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(NEWS DAY) — Imagine surviving on US$6 a month and all you can afford is a two-pound chicken or maybe a tube of toothpaste. That is what the average Venezuelan earns per month because of the deepening crisis in what was once Latin America’s richest country. Venezuelans flee the country daily to Trinidad and other ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Chief Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly Kelvin Charles and Chris James, president of the Tobago Hotel and Tourism Association, expressed disappointment at the recent robberies of two Canadian and British couples within the last week. Canadians Ian Roderick Mac Mullin and his wife Lina were robbed and assaulted with a ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A labourer has been held in connection with the shooting death of Parliament clerk Mariana Moonisar. Moonisar, 29, of Esperanza in California, was shot in her head last August while she and her father Roopchan Moonisar were in his car. She died at hospital. The elder Moonisar survived being shot in the ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — TTPost’s man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Richard Saun­ders died ear­ly yes­ter­day morn­ing af­ter suf­fer­ing a sus­pect­ed mas­sive heart at­tack while swim­ming at Mac­queripe Bay, Ch­aguara­mas. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Saun­ders was in the wa­ter when he re­port­ed­ly fell ill and got in­to dif­fi­cul­ty. Life­guards went to his as­sis­tance and brought him out the wa­ter. How­ev­er, they ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — University of Guyana student Sheliza Jafferally was formally charged by the police on Sunday with the offense of misuse of a telecommunication device under the Telecommunications Act of Guyana and could face a fine and a jail term if found guilty. Chapter 71. (1) of the 2016 Telecommunications Act of Guyana states ...

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(SNO) — A search is underway for a 87-year-old male resident of Bocage, Castries. A relative, speaking on condition of anonymity, told St. Lucia News Online that Ignatius Eugene, also known as Mr. Son, was last seen at 1 a.m. on Sunday, at his residence. He was last seen wearing a blue and white striped ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The year has started off in high gear for St. Lucia National Lottery (SNL) and most certainly for gamers. Two lucky gamers experienced a life-changing experience in January after playing Super 6: Victorin Weekes and Viventian Stephen are the latest winners of Super 6 jackpots. Weekes, who won $480,000 on Friday, January ...

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(SNO) — Police said the bag that was snatched from two Canadian tourists on Saturday, has been recovered with all its contents except the cash. The tourists, David and Carol Goss, who are in their 60s, were on their very first visit to the island, and had vowed never to return, according to a tourism ...

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Saint Lucia police have recovered a bag that was stolen from two Canadian visitors Saturday in Castries. A law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that the bag was discovered minus the cash it contained. However the official said other items such as credit and debit cards, a driver’s license and a health card were […]

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(BBC) — Hungarian women with four children or more will be exempted for life from paying income tax, the prime minister has said, unveiling plans designed to boost the number of babies being born. It was a way of defending Hungary’s future without depending on immigration, Viktor Orban said. The right-wing nationalist particularly opposes immigration ...

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