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Irish Times:–  Shannon Gabriel asked Joe Root “Do you like boys?” during the third Test between the West Indies and England, he has revealed. The West Indies fast bowler has published a statement in which he has explained and apologised for the incident which overshadowed this week’s match in St Lucia. Gabriel has been banned for […]

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ABC News:-  A 7-year-old Tampa boy is turning heads with his speed. Rudolph “Blaze the Great” Ingram Jr. has become a verified Instagram star for his sprinting skills. He has more than 300,000 followers. “How old were you when we started training? Like four? We started training around four,” said Rudolph Ingram Sr. His father says […]

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(SNO) — Veteran journalist and communications/media specialist Clinton Reynolds is job hunting again. According to reliable sources,  Reynolds is no longer working at the St. Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) because his position was made “redundant”. His last day of work as chief communications officer was on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, reliable sources confirmed. He joined ...

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People:–  Venezuelan model Michelle Lewin was enjoying a tropical bikini-clad photo session on the islands of the Bahamas when things went from fun in the sun to beach nightmare. The 32-year-old fitness influencer was visiting Big Major Cay island in Exuma, which is an uninhabited area known for its feral pig and piglet population that swim in the […]

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NBC News:–  A surprise blizzard in Washington State caused the death of more than 1,800 dairy cows across a little more than a dozen farms, leaving farmers to find a way to dispose of cattle that were a key source of their livelihood. An arid region of the state, Yakima Valley is host to a number […]

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Trinidad Express:–  AFTER losing money at a casino in Chaguanas, a man drove his car off a multi-storey car park and plummeted 30 feet to the ground early Wednesday. Darren John, 37, of Bamboo Grove #1, Valsayn, survived the fall. He suffered spinal injuries. The incident occurred around 3.20 a.m. at Price Plaza. John’s uncle, Sam […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  GOVERNOR of the Bank of Guyana, Dr. Gobin Ganga says there is no shortage of US currency in the banking system. The Governor, in an interview with the Department of Public Information (DPI), was responding to claims contained in a newspaper article which stated that a well-known shipping company was requesting that its clients […]

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The man whose brainchild Serenity Park was, received recognition Wednesday evening during a ceremony to rename the facility. But he is clearly not happy that the park has been renamed. “I would like at this point to acknowledge the contribution of Mr. Richard Frederick, whose dedication to national service was the reason for the establishment […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Olympian and National Record Holder Kemoy Campbell yesterday walked for the first time since he collapsed at the Millrose Games in New York over the weekend. The athlete, who was functioning as a pacesetter in the 3000m on Saturday when he collapsed, gave the update to his 10,200 Instagram followers in an ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARIAN) — Af­ter be­ing kid­napped at sea and held cap­tive in a Venezue­lan for­est for over a month, 17-year-old Ken­rick Mor­gan has height­ened his am­bi­tion to join the Coast Guard so that he can pro­tect oth­ers from suf­fer­ing the same fate. Mor­gan, a stu­dent of the Moru­ga Sec­ondary School, is ex­pect­ed to write this ...

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