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The family of the late Botham Jean is working to finalise the details for the Botham Jean Foundation, it has been reported. This amid concerns that as time passes and the news cycle changes, the 26 year old accountant’s tragic death will be forgotten. According to Dallas News.com, Botham’s Mother, Allison Jean, has disclosed that the  […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith’s wife, Nicole Dy­er-Grif­fith, says she is not one bit fear­ful of death threats is­sued against her ear­ly Wednes­day. Speak­ing with Guardian Me­dia, Dy­er-Grif­fith added that she “won’t waste time talk­ing.” Her com­ment comes as CoP Grif­fith re­ceived two death threats, over the week­end and again just af­ter 1 […]

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Barbados Today:–  With two deadlines already missed, Government announced today that it is finally ready to roll out its plan to collect Value Added Tax (VAT) on foreign online transactions by mid-next month. This afternoon Prime Minister Mia Mottley announced that the mechanism for the tax collection is now in place and Government was targeting its […]

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ABC News:-  A man has been found guilty of manslaughter for killing a heart surgeon in a one-punch attack at Box Hill Hospital in Melbourne’s east last year. Joseph Esmaili, 24, punched Patrick Pritzwald-Stegmann in the head during an argument in the foyer of the hospital in May 2017. The 41-year-old surgeon was knocked unconscious and […]

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A fire Tuesday morning forced the evacuation of the Ti Rocher Micoud Combined school, while fire service personnel extinguished the blaze. Firefighters from the Micoud Fire Station responded after an alarm was raised about 9:33 am, according to reports. A fire service official told St Lucia Times that on arrival, it was discovered that a […]

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By Youri A Kemp One of the many complaints about the citizenship-by-investment programmes (CIP) operated by five Eastern Caribbean countries – Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia and St Kitts and Nevis – is that the benefits to the people as a whole are, more often than not, less than tangible. Money generated from […]

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By Tiberiu Dianu Since December 2017 the mainstream press has been trying to induce to the general public the idea that a Democratic tsunami “blue” wave was going to hit America during the midterm election of November 6, 2018. Initial polls were showing a double-digit advantage in the generic ballot for Democrats. In the meantime, […]

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The National A.E:–  A woman is accused of killing her lover then butchering and cooking his remains before serving them to workers, according to Al Ain Public Prosecution. Police said the Moroccan woman was arrested on suspicion of killing her boyfriend of seven years after he told her he planned to marry another from their home […]

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Dear Sir: The Caribbean, like the Latin Americas, has been affected by the cancerous effect of Cuban Marxist-Leninist indoctrination. The Cubans for many decades have tried to convert the whole of the Americas and the Caribbean to their very nasty political system. Training foreign terrorists in both Cuba and on their home soils, they just […]

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Dear Sir: Almost immediately upon assuming office in September 2015, the Keith Rowley-led PNM administration continued its excesses on the controversial Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba. This stadium was originally scheduled to be completed for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. In December 2006, UdeCOTT, which was under the purview of then minister of housing now […]

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