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Jamaica Observer:-  The woman whofound a large sum of money in an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) on East Queen Street in downtown Kingston has stoutly defended her mother who called her “stupid” for returning the cash. Mother of two Ackaisha Green told the Jamaica Observer last week that she understands why her mother hurled the insult at […]

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Barbados Today:– Veteran journalist and Editor Emeritus of the Nation Newspaper Harold Hoyte has passed away. Hoyte, who has a long and distinguished career in journalism, started his profession as a copy writer at the Barbados Advocate in 1959. He later moved to Canada where he worked for the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Telegram and editor of the Contrast. On his return to […]

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CNN: :Mother’s Day means big business for retailers. This year is no different — shoppers will spend an average of $196 per mom. If you hate all of the commercialization behind the day that celebrates moms, imagine how Anna Jarvis would feel now. The holiday’s founder worked so hard to get the world to give moms everywhere […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) Veteran journalist and Editor Emeritus of the Nation Newspaper Harold Hoyte has passed away. Hoyte, who has a long and distinguished career in journalism, started his profession as a copy writer at the Barbados Advocate in 1959. He later moved to Canada where he worked for the Globe and Mail, the Toronto Telegram ...

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This year’s Saint Lucia Jazz calendar presented some new venues throughout the festival, including for the mainstage events, now transferred from Pigeon Island to Gros Islet and Rodney Bay. The Ramp on Rodney Bay and Gros Islet Park left some, especially northerners, wondering about the mysterious notion that Saint Lucia Jazz might be held on the open beach.

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From the first day that she gets confirmation that there is a life growing inside of her to the day that she takes her last breath, and even to the great beyond, a mother’s love can never be denied or questioned. If ever you look to define the Epitome of Strength, Courage, a go-getter, influencer. ...

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March 21 this year marked two years since the deadly quarry explosion at Cul de Sac that claimed the lives of four individuals and left many with life-changing injuries. Two months following the incident in 2017, the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions acknowledged receipt of a report on the explosion.

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The very serious issues of revenge porn and the publicizing of surreptitiously secured audio and video recordings, have been largely ignored even in the wake of the Ubaldus Raymond episodes. The secretly recorded Raymond tapes somehow made their way to the Allen Chastanet government’s best known detractors. They were also disseminated on Facebook and other Internet platforms, especially those that seem to exist solely for the purpose of bringing Chastanet down.

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