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(PRESS RELEASE) — Clayton Julien grew up on his grandparents’ farm in Mahaut/Micoud, and as a child, his only thought of food was that it was for nutrition, and that girls were supposed to do all the cooking. Fast forward several years and Clayton Julien is not only a member of the official Saint Lucia ...

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(WSB-TV/AP) — A federal jury says Royal Caribbean Cruises owes $3.38 million to the family of a passenger who died during an Alaskan cruise. The jury returned its verdict Thursday in Miami federal court. Court records show Richard Puchalski was with his family on the Explorer of the Seas in 2016. A civil complaint says ...

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(USA TODAY) — Hyundai and Kia are recalling over 500,000 vehicles as both companies continue to be investigated by the federal government. The largest individual recall involves about 380,000 Kia Soul vehicles from 2012 to 2016 with 1.6-liter engines. According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration documents, high exhaust gas temperatures can cause damage to ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — More of regional airline LIAT’s business should be based in Barbados. That’s the feeling of president of the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), Akanni McDowall, who said the island continued to be called upon to inject vast sums in the airline, which was seemingly being run on a political footing as ...

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(BARBADOS NATION) — Milton Lynch Primary School is now cow itch free. Over the weekend, workers from CJC Building & Services were cleaning up the Water Street, Christ Church school and its environs following protest action from parents last week, which prompted a visit from Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw. Business owner Timothy Chandler said ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith says with­in the next two weeks over 140 po­lice of­fi­cers who work on the bor­ders of the south­west­ern penin­su­la will un­der­go poly­graph (lie de­tec­tor) tests. Grif­fith, who met with the of­fi­cers two weeks ago, ex­plained that the test was not an in­di­ca­tion of guilt but was meant to ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The bru­tal mur­ders of Guaico cou­ple Oni­ka Crafton and Ja­marie John have left the com­mu­ni­ty in shock and trau­ma­tised. Po­lice said Crafton, 34, a moth­er of two, and com­mon-law hus­band John 32, al­so a fa­ther of two and an em­ploy­ee with the Min­istry of Agri­cul­ture Land and Fish­eries, died in­stant­ly af­ter be­ing ...

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(SKY NEWS) — The longest nationwide power outage in world history is threatening to plunge Venezuela into even further chaos. Shops, businesses, schools and hotels are closed because of the lack of power. Communication and telephone systems have collapsed. There are no flights from any of the country’s airports. There is no water in taps. ...

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