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Jamaica Gleaner:- For more than a century, the practice of obeah has been illegal under Jamaican law. But just as lawmakers were getting ready to push the maximum fine to $1 million for anyone found guilty of practising obeah, Justice Minister Delroy Chuck signalled that the quasi-religious ritual could soon become legal. Chuck disclosed that already […]

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SPL- The Digicel SPLT2019 group stage could not have delivered any differently.  An exciting end to what has truly been an eventful group stage.  On Monday we saw group A come to closure with Choiseul Credit Union’s Choiseul Craftmasters getting one over their biggest rivals Avatar City Blasters.  The Craftmasters have never defeated Daren Sammy’s …
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Group B of the Saint Lucia Premier League T20 tournament concluded in unexpectedly dramatic fashion on Tuesday night. Not the game at the Philip Marcellin Grounds, though. That one went strictly according to plan. Vieux Fort North Raiders made a very sedate 124/5, Travis Gifford 45 runs off 41 balls, whilst Xavier Gabriel took 1-19 ...

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Press Release:– Hon. Minister Stephenson King in the Ministry for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour paid a visit to the Caribbean Grains Flour mill last Friday May 31st, 2019. He was accompanied with his staff in the Ministry of Labour including his Permanent Secretary Dr. Ambrose and Legal Consultant Ms. Mangal. The ministry officials met with […]

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CNN:–  Rihanna has as emerged as the richest female musician in the world, with a fortune considerably larger than those of the grande dames of pop: Madonna, Céline Dion and Beyoncé. The 31-year-old, whose real name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty, is worth a staggering $600 million, according to Forbes — overtaking Madonna by $30 million, […]

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Saint Lucia’s ruling United Workers Party (UWP) has started the process of preparing for the next general elections, Deputy Chairman, Nancy Charles has disclosed. “We gave started at the party level putting our house in order. We have started doing the basics that are necessary for your electioneering,” Charles told St Lucia Times. She spoke […]

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Police are investigating a fire in the accounts department of the Holiday Taxi Ltd office in Marisule. Floor Member of the company, Shoan Aubertin, said he received a call Wednesday morning from a board member informing him about the fire. He recalled that Holiday Taxi held elections about a month and a half ago and […]

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GEORGE TOWN, Cayman Islands (CNS) – No elected ministers, government backbench or even opposition Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs) were in attendance for the opening of a regional Commonwealth anti-corruption seminar Monday, even though invitations were sent to all 19 members. While the governor and senior civil servants attended the opening with guest speaker […]
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Press Release:–  The National Conservation Authority (NCA) has embarked upon an initiative to remove the troublesome Sargassum seaweed from Saint Lucia’s coastlines. The exercise involved the handling and recycling of the seaweed from the densely covered seashores. To accomplish this mammoth task the NCA in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and the Office of […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor MIAMI, Florida — Carnival Corporation has reached a tentative settlement with federal prosecutors in which the world’s most extensive cruise line eagerly consented to pay a $20 million in fines for some of its ships persistently polluting the oceans notwithstanding vowing years ago to discontinue. Senior US District Judge Patricia […]
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