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Prime minister Allen Chastanet met the prime minister of the united kingdom Boris Johnson who is on vacation in the Caribbean. The head of the conservative tory party is riding high after a land-side victory at the recent general election, which solidifies the push to exit the European union. Chastanet who heads the conservative united …
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New York Post:- Elderly single women in Japan are finding a new way to stave off loneliness — get thrown in prison. With more than 4 million elderly women living alone in Japan, twice as many as men, the older ladies are increasingly finding accommodations, companionship and medical care behind bars, the Japanese national news agency […]

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has says the future of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) is as bright as the Christmas season being celebrated. Chastanet, who is also the outgoing CARICOM Chairman, made the comments in a Christmas message to the regional grouping. He asserted that the regional integration movement exemplifies the spirit of togetherness […]

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Trinidad Express:– A 68-year-old grandfather fell to his death on Christmas Eve, after he was pushed over a veranda at his home in Rio Claro. Homicide officers are now trying to determine whether Paul Henry was killed in an act of self-defence. Police said Henry was involved in an argument with a 17-year-old male relative at […]

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MINNESOTA, USA (AP) — A Minnesota police officer who cited a woman for stealing groceries had a change of heart when he realised the 61-year-old widow, who was caring for numerous children and grandchildren was desperate for food. Sarah Lindgren, who lives in the Minneapolis suburb of Oakdale, was scanning groceries in a self-checkout lane […]

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bout 2:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 25, 2019, officers attached to the Micoud Police Station received a report of a chopping at Anse Ger, Micoud. On arrival, officers encountered Aaron Cooper, a forty-five-year old resident of Anse Ger, who sustained an injury to his neck, following an altercation with a known male who is currently in police custody in relation to this incident.

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eason’s Greetings to all, and may you enjoy the festivities in the spirit of togetherness that is the hallmark of family and community. Our Caribbean Community (CARICOM) exemplifies that spirit, when we celebrate our achievements in different fields of endeavour and when we stand in solidarity with those who are faced with adverse circumstances.


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by Doctor James (Jimmy) Fletcher The Marigot Incident involving Spider Montoute was one of those teaching moments that we should not allow to go to waste. The video that went viral showed Spider Montoute reacting angrily and using profanities to the owner of an establishment, whom I am told Spider felt treated him unfairly. The […]

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(CNN) – A top executive at the company that operates Domino’s franchises in the United Kingdom and Ireland died in an accident on Thursday, according to the company. Domino’s (DMPZF) said Chief Financial Officer David Bauernfeind died on Thursday while on vacation with his family. “We are all deeply shocked and saddened by this tragic ...

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