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Jamaica Observer:- ARISING from allegations that cesspool trucks are being retrofitted to take advantage of the boom in the delivery of drinking water in the Corporate Area, the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) is to be provided with a list of certified water trucking companies. Dr Yohance Rodriguez of the Kingston and St Andrew […]

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BBC News:– Nearly all applicants for US visas will have to submit their social media details under newly adopted rules. The State Department regulations say people will have to submit social media names and five years’ worth of email addresses and phone numbers. When proposed last year, authorities estimated the proposal would affect 14.7 million people […]

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Saint Lucia politician, Therold Prudent, has described as ‘unbelievable’, a proclamation by United States President, Donald Trump, making June as National Caribbean-American Heritage Month. “It’s just unbelievable,” Prudent told St Lucia Times. The former leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM) said he was not even sure that Trump wrote the proclamation. “Everyone knows that […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Danion Leary Welcome, the driver of the truck that killed 7-year-old Ciara Benjamin on the Agricola Public Road, East Bank Demerara Saturday, is seeking to clear his name in the horrific incident that has plunged many in despair. Welcome, through his lawyer, James Bond said that he was not “negligent, careless ...

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Guyana Chronicle:- MANY people have either died or fallen ill, not because of a medical condition, but in some instances because of substandard and falsified drugs which continue to find their way into the global and local markets. Falsified and substandard medications are from those companies that sell generic drugs, which are not made to the […]

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Police are investigating a traffic accident that occurred in Marisule, Gros Islet on Sunday, June 2, 2019. Reports indicate that around 10 a.m., a motorcycle and a bus collided, resulting in the motorcyclist sustaining unspecified injuries. An ambulance from the Gros Islet Fire Station transported the injured biker to Victoria Hospital. His current medical status ...

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WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — United States President Donald J Trump has proclaimed June National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, stating that, during the month, the US acknowledges “the significant ways Caribbean Americans have shaped our culture and heritage.” “Americans with roots in the Caribbean have greatly enriched our society, contributing to the arts, business, journalism, technology, […]

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