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KINGSTON, Jamaica – Former senior team manager, Ricky Skerritt, is the new president of Cricket West Indies (CWI). He defeated the incumbent, Dave Cameron 8 – 4; his running mate, Dr Kishore Shallow, who challenged Emmanuel Nanthan, also won the same margin. Grenada’s prime minister, Dr Keith Mitchell said Skerritt and Shallow, would “lift the […]

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ST THOMAS, USVI — Clouds and a couple of squalls sent windy curve balls across the courses set for the 50-plus boats racing in the 46th St Thomas International Regatta (STIR). STIR, long known as the ‘Crown Jewel of Caribbean Yacht Racing’, lived up to its reputation by delivering professionally-set round-the-rocks and round-the-buoy courses, the […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Commssioner, Severin Moncherry, has promised an investigation after the posting on social media Tuesday of a viral video of a police officer striking a man in handcuffs. Moncherry, who was on leave, returns to work Wednesday. “I will definitely cause it to be investigated speedily and will report to media on that,” […]

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WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — The number of emergency-room visits linked to cannabis in one hospital in the first US state to completely legalise its use tripled within a few years, according to a study that points to the dangers of ingesting the drug. Colorado legalised marijuana for recreational use in 2014, the first state […]

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Jamaica Observer:- KINGSTON, Jamaica — There is an outpouring of grief from Jamaicans from all walks of life this afternoon following news of the death of veteran broadcaster Dorraine Samuels. Samuels, who recently underwent surgery, passed away today losing her battle to cancer. She had officially retired from the RJR/Gleaner Communications Group on January 11 after […]

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[CNN NEWS- March 26th, 2019]:- Finland has a lot to celebrate. Not only does it have a capital city bursting with gastronomic creativity, the spectacular Northern Lights and Santa Claus’s year-round home (plus the reindeer support staff) in Lapland. It’s also the happiest country in the world for the second year in a row, according to …
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The member of parliament for Castries South Dr. Ernest Hilaire has warned that the recent invitation by the United States government to meet with a select few heads of government of CARICOM, may have been an attempt to harm regional unity. Hilaire made the statement ahead of Tuesday’s sitting of parliament, during an interview with …
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Former Saint Lucia Foreign Minister, Alva Baptiste, has asserted that  there was nothing ‘illegal’ about the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia meeting with United States President, Donald Trump. “There is nothing wrong with the United States having bilaterals with Saint Lucia – this is a normal thing. However, before the meeting, it was very clear […]

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The minister for economic development is under growing pressure, following the surfacing of a letter written on the letter-head of his ministry, and apparently bearing his signature. Minister Guy Joseph did not acknowledge the letter which is in circulation on social media, in which a serious financial commitment was made on behalf of the Government of …
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