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Last Thursday the issue of flooding in Castries city reared its ugly head yet again as the island experienced heavy rains. Jason Hullingseed, communications manager in the office of the mayor, admits that while headway has been made in tackling the problem, there is still much work to be done.

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Trinidad Newsday:- A war of words has intensified between the police and the magistracy with Police Commissioner Gary Griffith directly calling on a magistrate to not bully his officers, and the magistrate accusing policemen of pedalling misinformation about the courts. Griffith’s latest salvo comes in a release this weekend in which he claims a magistrate, Aden […]

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As the end of October draws nearer, Joanna Joseph, the mother of 17-year-old Arnold Joseph who was fatality shot by police on May 22, leaves the island to return to work. Police said Arnold was one of three passengers aboard a “suspicious vehicle” that failed to stop when ordered to. Speaking to the STAR earlier this month, Arnold’s mother said it made no sense sticking around when the authorities refuse to entertain her concerns.

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Guyana police say they will crackdown on the use of firecrackers and other illicit explosives, local eports say. According to Stabroek News, the law enforcement officers say that those persons found in possession of the items will be prosecuted. In a statement issued on Friday, the GPF said it has embarked on a zero tolerance […]

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In Saint Lucia and around the region there are a number of major infrastructure projects either earmarked or already underway. Nobody disputes the benefits such projects can bring, but how best to achieve them remains a contentious topic when it comes to factoring in the pros and cons of public and private partnerships to realise infrastructure goals. This is especially so for any new maritime infrastructure in the Caribbean, which must face up to huge challenges, existing and emerging.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the shadowy leader of the Islamic State group who presided over its global jihad and became arguably the world’s most wanted man, is believed dead after being targeted by a U.S. military raid in Syria. A U.S. official told The Associated Press late Saturday that al-Baghdadi was targeted in […]

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BBC News:– The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned Boris Johnson and other MPs to avoid using inflammatory language – as the UK prepares for a general election. Justin Welby said it was “extraordinarily dangerous for politicians to use careless comments” in a “polarised and volatile” society. He told the Sunday Times that use of words like […]

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