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BBC:– A 12-year-old African-American girl who accused three white peers of cutting off her dreadlocks has recanted the allegations, according to the school. Amari Allen last week claimed the boys had insulted her hair and attacked her. Her family apologised “for the pain and anxiety these allegations have caused” in a statement given to the BBC […]

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In closing arguments Monday prosecutors sought to show that  former Dallas Cop Amber Guyger  was unreasonable when she entered Botham Jean’s apartment and shot him dead. Guyger claims she mistook his apartment for hers when the incident occurred in September last year. She also said she believed Botham Jean was a burglar. Guyger’s defence team […]

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Press Release:- The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL), the Government of Trinidad and Tobago and Cricket West Indies (CWI) are partnering to host two T10 matches ahead of the Men’s semi-final and final. The best women’s cricketers from across the Caribbean will be playing in the NLCB Challenge on 10 October at 3pm and the Courts […]

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Special Police Constable Jayvan John has been granted bail in connection with an illegal gun charge, police say. John, who resides in La Clery and Lathony Blanchard of Corinth were  both charged for possession of firearm and possession of ammunition without a valid licence contrary to section 22 of the firearms act on Sunday 29th […]

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The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) on Wednesday September 25, 2019 revealed the official calendar of activities for Creole Heritage Month celebrations 2019, under the theme “Dékouvè Sent Lisi, Dékouvè Kò’w” (Discover Saint Lucia, Discover Yourself). This call to action encourages Saint Lucians to embark on a journey of self-discovery through cultural immersion, […]

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Press Release:– The Department of Health and Wellness has recorded an increase in the number of cases of gastroenteritis reported over the last few weeks. Acute gastroenteritis is an inflammation of the stomach and the intestines and may be caused by viruses, bacteria, parasites among others. Gastroenteritis is spread by direct contact with an infected person, […]

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Since the colonial era of Christopher Columbus and his fellow explorers, for better or worse, Caribbean islands have been enticing to private interests. More recent years have seen a number of Caribbean nations open the door to a potential security threat concerning Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIPs) and private islands. It is one little discussed, but one of which the Caribbean family must be aware given the history with CIPs, and the recent history of the region as a whole.

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