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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua — Romario King with 108 and Kamario Grant with 137 not out ensured that Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados register huge victories in Round 3 of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Under 15 Super50 Cup, currently being played in Antigua. Barbados and TT defeated the Leeward Islands and Jamaica by 134 runs and ...

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Press Release:- Mr Speaker the Prime Minister’s budget address is usually a very exciting time for all the sectors of the Saint Lucian economic landscape.  The business sector are anxious to know what plans are there for economic expansion so that their bottom line may improve. The young people look to the changes that will meaningfully […]

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Antigua Observer:– The Litter Act – that will result in stiffer penalties for people caught dumping illegally – will take effect from tomorrow, Thursday. Minister of Health and the Environment Molwyn Joseph made the announcement Monday on OBSERVER Radio, stating that over the next few weeks the ministry will engage in discussions with the business community […]

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(TRINIDAD NEWSDAY) — There may be about 15 Trinidad & Tobago children in refugee camps in Syria, but a news story in the Daily Telegraph of London on Friday said a mother, who is a TT citizen, could not be accounted for. Neither can her British-born son. Nicole Jack, 32, left Trinidad & Tobago in ...

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BBC News:- Two university students blamed for a forest fire in the Italian region of Como have been fined €13.5m (£11.7m). The men, both aged 22, were barbecuing at a mountain forest home belonging to one of their grandfathers when the fire broke out on 30 December last year. The huge bill for the two students […]

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(SNO) — The island has recorded another homicide following a stabbing incident in Micoud, according to law enforcement sources. The victim is reportedly a male identified as Lance Camille. A female suspect is currently in police custody. Details are sketchy at this time, however it is reported that the deceased was fatally stabbed while allegedly ...

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Jamaica Observer:–  A Kingston man who is accused of sexually assaulting his two six-year-old daughters was remanded for trial in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on May 24. The 36-year-old resident of a Kingston community is charged with 12 counts each of indecent assault and grievous sexual assault. The date for the trial was […]

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Press Release:–  Female Wave of Change, a Netherlands based Social Impact Global Women’s Organization held its first event in the Caribbean region, hosted in St. Lucia as the Activation Weekend, led by the organization’s Caribbean Ambassador Nicole Joseph-Chin. The goals of this organization are to build ecosystems of social impact and active engagement throughout the […]

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