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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Two peo­ple are dead and two wound­ed af­ter a dri­ve-by shoot­ing in Port-of-Spain on Sat­ur­day evening. Ac­cord­ing to re­ports, Javon Ass­ing, Atia Haynes, Is­rael Cox and Akeem Grant were stand­ing on the cor­ner of Queen and Nel­son Streets around 6.46 pm on Sat­ur­day when the at­tack hap­pened. Po­lice said a sil­ver AD ...

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Trinidad Guardian:- Hours af­ter de­fend­ing his of­fi­cers’ de­ci­sion to search the ho­tel room of Bu­ju Ban­ton, Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith met with the Ja­maican reg­gae artiste to as­sure him of­fi­cers will not in­ter­fere with him or mem­bers of his en­tourage again. In a re­lease, the TTPS said Grif­fith met with Ban­ton, whose re­al name is […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – More than 7 million gourdes (about US$87,500) are being allocated to non-existent parliamentary offices in Haiti. The revelation comes via a recent report by the Citizen’s Observatory for the Institutionalization of Democracy in Haiti (OCID). As part of its efforts to promote parliamentary transparency and better performance […]

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WASHINGTON, USA – St Kitts and Nevis’ prime minister and minister of finance, Dr Timothy Harris, who has been blocking the publication of the IMF article IV consultation on the economy of the twin-island federation, was absent from the IMF/World Bank spring meetings last week. The spring meetings of the boards of governors of the […]

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By Jasper Ward NASSAU, Bahamas — Bahamas Prime Minister, Dr Hubert Minnis, recently revealed that the government signed a contract with a company last week to commence a probe into the matters that led to the removal of the former board of Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) in August. Speaking to reporters, Minnis said, “Yes, […]

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By Ken Richards BASSETERRE, St Kitts (WINN) — St Kitts and Nevis wasn’t blacklisted by the European Union in a revised blacklist for tax havens outside the EU last month; however, that hasn’t stopped foreign affairs minister Mark Brantley denouncing what he considers unfair targeting of Caribbean countries. Regional states on the list included Aruba, […]

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ROSEAU, Dominica – The government of Dominica announced last week that it had commissioned the construction of 32 new, affordable, and, crucially, weather-resistant homes for Bellevue Rawle families in the Roseau North Constituency as part of Dominica’s ‘Housing Revolution.’ Once finished, the national project will count 5,000 new homes for residents across the island. Clearance […]

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts – Former St Kitts and Nevis minister of education and information, Nigel Carty, has won a nine-year-old defamation case he brought against current deputy prime minister and minister of education, Shawn Richards. Richards, the People’s Action Movement (PAM) parliamentary representative for St Christopher 5, sat on the opposition benches when the defamatory […]

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FORT DE FRANCE, Martinique – Until this year 2019, we did not know his name, hence the term “The Anonymous.” This character has left a story of his trip to the Caribbean Sea, a manuscript found in the library of the diocese of Carpentras, in the south of France, hence the name “Carpentras.” This manuscript […]

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Trinidad Express:–  The woman whose husband was killed by police officers during a domestic dispute in Chaguanas on Friday was chopped almost a dozen times by her spouse. Chinel Jeffrey sustained chop wounds to her back, hand, neck and head when she was attacked by her husband, Christopher Singuineau. A police officer on Saturday confirmed […]

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