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Press Release:– A football team from the Boys Training Centre (BTC) traveled to Grenada to participate in the 2019 Caribbean Children Charity Shield Soccer Tournament from August 17 to 24. The BTC team consisted of 16 boys and five members of staff. The team competed against 16 other teams from the Caribbean region for the 2019 […]

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BBC News:– Protests have erupted in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro after an eight-year-old girl was allegedly killed by police, as the number of victims in operations by security forces continues to rise. Ágatha Vitória Sales Félix was with her mother in a van when she was shot in the back in a poor area on Friday. […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The gov­ern­ment of Trinidad and To­ba­go has dis­con­tin­ued the Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing for Trinidad and To­ba­go, the Na­tion­al Hur­ri­cane Cen­tre re­ports. It says a Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing is now in ef­fect for Grena­da and its de­pen­den­cies and St Vin­cent and the Grenadines. A Trop­i­cal Storm Watch is in ef­fect for * U.S. ...

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SUMMARY: St Lucia Zouks 99-4 (Ingram 52*, de Grandhomme 17, Neesham 1-10, Pierre 1-18) – No Result The rain was the winner after only 12.2 overs were possible in Saturday’s Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) clash between St Lucia Zouks and Trinbago Knight Riders at Daren Sammy Stadium. Colin Ingram was the star of what ...

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(CNN) — It takes just seconds here to be overwhelmed by the stench of death. More than two weeks after Hurricane Dorian wiped out entire neighborhoods, East Grand Bahama still looks like a war zone. The carnage is so widespread that even police officers can’t bear to see it. “Police say they don’t want to ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas is aware of a number of false reports circulating on social media about the mistreatment of non-Bahamians in the wake of Hurricane Dorian that affected the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama. In particular, there is a video of purported violence by Bahamians against ...

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They call themselves the Baby Bees but, if things go according to plan, they will cause quite a buzz in years to come with the St Lucia Rugby Football Union (SLRFU). The Baby Bees were recently practising at the La Clery playing field under the watchful eyes of Vice President of the SLRFU, Lyndel Norville and Organiser of Baby Bees rugby for children, Mina Espeleta.

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Friday morning  met with executives of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)  to discuss development of cricket in Saint Lucia and the wider Caribbean. The WICB delegation included Chief Executive, Johnny Grave, Vice President Dr. Kishore Shallow and President of the Saint Lucia Cricket Association Julian Charles. “Our meeting included a […]

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For years, Adam Cadette has been engraving his name onto the local jewellery design industry. With various themes inspiring his unique designs, Cadette’s company, Ethany’s Creative Designs, is fast becoming the place for jewellery lovers to acquire quality pieces that can be found nowhere else. Its owner spoke to Businessweek about the inspiration behind his work.

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