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(PRESS RELEASE) – We can minimize crime in our communities by avoiding greed and selfishness. As we all know, the causes of crime are very complex. So many reasons have been assigned for committing crime including anger, revenge, greed, jealously, selfishness, or pride. In our society today, it seems to me that greed and selfishness, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has today recognised Chelsea Foster, representing St Lucia, as the 73rd Commonwealth Point of Light in honour of her exceptional voluntary service leading mentoring programmes for disadvantaged girls. Chelsea Foster is the founder of ‘Girls of A Feather’, a non-profit organisation that aims to empower young women ...

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CARICOM Today:-  The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is calling on governments, community leaders, healthcare professionals and individuals to work together to create an environment that supports a healthy lifestyle. The CARICOM Institution made the call in a statement in observance of World Obesity Day.The theme for World Obesity Day 2018 is ‘End Weight Stigma’. “CARPHA joins its […]

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AFP:–  A team of researchers has produced viable offspring from same-sex pairs of mice, using a novel technology that involves stem cells altered to remove certain genes. While the applications of the research are largely theoretical for now, they could include improving existing cloning methods for mammals and even eventually fertility treatments for same-sex couples. […]

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Press Release:-  A Small States Forum on Thursday October 11th is once again expected to be a major feature the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank Group Annual Meetings taking place from October 10th to October 14th 2018 in Bali, Indonesia. Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation and External Affairs, […]

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ABC News:–  First lady Melania Trump told ABC News in an exclusive interview that she has told her husband there have been people in his administration she didn’t trust who worked for him. Asked by ABC News Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas whether there are still people in the president’s administration “he can’t trust,” the first lady […]

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Barbados Today:-  No charges are pending for anyone in connection with a viral video in which a child is seemingly drinking a beverage from a Banks beer bottle, while a man in a Barbados Water Authority shirt and a woman stand by chatting, a senior police officer has said. Police had launched an investigation into […]

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The Saint Lucia government has been urged to follow the lead of Trinidad and Tobago in compensating relatives of police officers killed in the line of duty. In the twin Island republic, relatives of members of the protective services killed in the line of duty are expected to receive $5 million in a compensation package […]

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Antigua Observer:-  Acting Commissioner of Police, Atlee Rodney, believes there is still a place for the death penalty in today’s society. “Over the years we keep hearing all the debate about it, but I think it still has its place. I think it can serve as a deterrent to some of the heinous crimes we are […]

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