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(BARBADOS NATION) — Three St Michael men are scheduled to appear in court today, charged in connection with the seizure of more than $1 million worth of cannabis. They are Christopher Dave Johnson, 36 years, of Martindale’s Road; 35-year-old Malo Anthony Edwards of Taylor’s Gap, Martindale’s Road and Colvin Ishmael Brathwaite, 47, of Brandons Main ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) –– A cricket ball which was hit for six has left a young mother grieving the death of her baby. Odeoinger Cunningham, 24, who was seven months pregnant, said she was struck in the stomach by the ball during a Premier League cricket game at Valery Pasture, Brittons Hill, St Michael, last November. ...

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All media and advertising options had been exploited, and all news stations had featured the story about a Saint Lucian returning home reincarnated as a self-made stage performer. His relationship with his aunt Sandra Lord (popular in her time as little Miss Blue, for songs like St Lucians Unite) was underscored; his mentorship by Jackie Jackson of the legendary Jackson 5 was repeated everywhere.

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Businesses who continue to block pedestrian pathways in the city of Castries will have to fork up some cash when the cops pass by — if they can pass. Castries Mayor is warning businesses that they can be fined $1,000 if they are found to be blocking pedestrian traffic, which he said can be a ...

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Patrons who filled the National Cultural Centre on Wednesday evening for the ‘Soul Beat Korea’ cultural event witnessed nothing short of a masterpiece production. The event was hosted by The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in celebration of the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Saint Lucia and the East Asian nation. Special guests included Republic of Korea Ambassador Sung Moonup, Senate President Jeannine Giraudy-McIntyre, Dame Pearlette Louisy and Senator Fortuna Belrose.

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Eight-year-old Rickayla Scotland lost her house and everything in it to a fire yesterday morning, but what seemed foremost on her mind was the loss of her books and not being able to go to school. “All a mi book dem burn up!” the little girl wailed yesterday when the Jamaica Observer ...

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(CMC) — A judge on Friday sentenced a Brooklyn youth to 17 1/3 years in jail for killing a 22-year-old college student just before the Caribbean J’Ouvert festival in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn began in 2016. Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Donald Leo imposed the stiff sentence on Reginald Moise, 20, for shooting in ...

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In 2019 many Caribbean nations are seeing strong growth in their economies. This is unquestionably a good thing overall, but presents new problems. Just as the faster a car drives, the more important a seatbelt is in the event of an accident, so too do regional nations need to consider new plans for their urban futures in light of their economic growth. A central consideration for the future is the challenge of addressing unplanned communities within urban centres.

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The disciples came up to Jesus and asked him: “Why do you use parables when you talk to the people?” “The reason I use parables in talking to them is that they look, and do not see, and they listen, but do not hear or understand.” Some people, sadly, are genuinely ignorant; meaning they lack knowledge or awareness.

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