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Dear Sir: Regardless of the March 21, 2019, ruling of Judge Stanley John in the matter of the SVG election petitions, the court of public opinion who followed the issue closely may give a different verdict. Judges must follow legal guidelines and laws; the public often follows its heart and head in the court of […]

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Press Release:– The World Blind Union joins the World Health Organization to celebrate the World Health Day, 7 April 2019. The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as other related organizations. The campaign theme this year […]

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Dear Sir: After greeting him with feelings of consideration. I want to use the right of reply to respond to an article written by Indhira Suero and headed “Socio-Cultural Movement for Haitian Workers condemns lynching of Haitians in the Dominican Republic”. We could not have looked for a more fateful date to have written these […]

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Dear Sir: Waajihatul Islaamiyyah (The Islamic Front) is indeed not amused nor does it find solace in the reinstatement of assistant superintendent of police (ASP) Roger Alexander. This is one error Gary Griffith should not be making so early in holding this office of commissioner of police. Moreover, as if reinstatement was not enough, Griffith […]

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Four individuals were fined for indecent exposure when they appeared in the First District Court at Gros Islet Thursday morning, law enforcement officials say. The four male individuals had complaints lodged against them by the City Police for urinating in public. The four pleaded guilty and were all fined $500 or two months in prison, […]

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According to Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) President, Nigel Baptiste, the Group’s acquisition of majority shareholding in Cayman National Corporation Limited (CNC) provides a Caribbean model for development, growth and empowerment. Baptiste said, “The acquisition combines the values and skills of two successful organisations for the betterment of the entire region.” “The Cayman National brand […]

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