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By Tim Balk (NY DAILY NEWS) — An Allentown, Pa., police officer who was caught on video pressing his knee against the head of a man outside of a hospital will not face charges despite public outcry, the Lehigh County District Attorney said on Friday. DA Jim Martin said in a statement that he had […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — As part of our COVID-19 response, the defensive driving course is now being delivered online, for your convenience. Regardless of your physical location—in St Lucia, within the region, or internationally—you can now register and complete the course from the comfort of your home. Live sessions are delivered via the Zoom platform. All […]

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By Anicia Antoine (GIS) — Several countries in the Caribbean, including Saint Lucia, have decided to retire the Common Entrance Examination, and implement the enhanced Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA). The CPEA, introduced by CXC in 2012, will improve the quality of education in primary schools and enable increased literacies necessary for students to benefit […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — A 29-year-old Security Guard on Monday appeared before Magistrate’s Peter Hugh via Zoom at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court charged with the unlawful killing of 23-year-old Nickosie Vankenie known as ‘scarie.’ Seon Rajopaul of Pope St., New Amsterdam was charged with the offence of manslaughter and was released on $300,000 bail. […]

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By Esther Durand (BVI NEWS) — A major search is underway for 50-year-old Jamaican landscaper Junior Peters who mysteriously went missing a week ago. With the help of the Jamaican association and other residents here in the BVI, his brother Direau Ricketts has been scouring several communities across Tortola and said he has no intention […]

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Many people who were previously employed in the tourism sector are now returning to work. Tourism officials continue to make the case for the re-start of the tourism industry, amid withering criticism from concerned interests. The agency launched its impact tourism video on Friday, in a pitch to the public on the importance of the …
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Shareholder governments of Liat are debating how the defunct airline plans to meet tens of millions dollars in liabilities and severance pay. The regional air carrier owes 94 million dollars in severance and holiday pay. Liat creditors are scheduled to meet on July 27th 2020. ECCB governor timothy Antoine sat down with Liat chair prime …
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