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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The woman who allegedly dumped her newborn into a pit latrine in Esson Castle district in St Ann last week Wednesday has been charged. Athlyn Cole, 39, was charged on Wednesday with cruelty to a child and could appear in court as early as Friday. The St Ann police reported Wednesday night ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Residents in St Ann have reacted with anger at news that a 93-year-old woman was raped at her home in Keith district in the parish on Wednesday night. The St Ann police, who confirmed the incident, said the woman is undergoing treatment at the St Ann’s Bay Regional Hospital, under watch from ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Arima police are probing an incident where a man was chopped several times about the body. But officers say the incident as recounted by two of the people involved, have left them perplexed. They were told that the injured man had broken into the home along Moonan Road, Wallerfield, and sexually assaulted ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A Couva man was hot dead at his home at Basta Hall yesterday. Ravi Ramkissoon, 49, a driver employed with Proman was entering the gates of his home when a gunman approached him and shot him five times around 4.30 pm. He was taken to the Couva District Hospital where he later ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Caribbean Air­lines will not be adding the Boe­ing Max 8 to its fleet next month. But it has not yet made a de­fin­i­tive de­ci­sion con­cern­ing adding the air­craft to its fleet in the fu­ture. Com­mu­ni­ca­tions man­ag­er for the air­line Dionne Ligoure con­firmed to Guardian Me­dia that, “Caribbean Air­lines’ in­ter­na­tion­al avi­a­tion con­sul­tants, at­tor­neys ...

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BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – Barbados Pride overcame a career-best spell from West Indies fast bowler Oshane Thomas and a strong all-round performance from Andre McCarthy and cruised to a 75-run victory over Jamaica Scorpions in the Colonial Medical Insurance Super50 Cup on Thursday. Thomas bowled with genuine pace and hostility and grabbed 5-54 from nine ...

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Press Release:-  A twelve (12) member team of French students from the Bellevue High School in Martinique accompanied by 2 coaches were in Saint Lucia from 25th October to 1st November 2019 to learn and practice the game of cricket. They participated in a friendly cricket match with students at the Babonneau Secondary School at […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — All cases that were set to be heard today at the Manchester Parish Court have been adjourned following an early morning fire that damaged a section of the building. Preliminary reports are that the fire started sometime after 4:00 am in a judge’s office on the upper floor. Director of Communications at ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Be careful of what you post to social media. You can be arrested, says Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith. Speaking at the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) media briefing on Wednesday, Griffith said investigations were ongoing into at least two social media posts. The individuals, he said, would be taken in ...

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Saint Lucia’s National Workers Union (NWU) has demanded in a letter to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet that the government move swiftly to establish what the union described as a much needed National Health Programme, that would initially take care of NWU members, organised labour, contributors to the NIC and pensioners. “The programme could be improved […]

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