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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Officials within the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) have uncovered an alleged plot to kill Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, Supt Roger Alexander and members of the Special Operations Response Team (SORT). According to intelligence, the assassins are allegedly former members of the Venezuelan military (National army of the Bolivarian Republic of […]

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By Carlos Felipe Jaramillo The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams – Eleanor Roosevelt We can never really foresee the future. It is always dynamic and changing, and shaped by any number of unforeseen circumstances. Who could have predicted, for instance, that a global pandemic would burst upon us […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — In light of the current COVID-19 situation and the need to continue to maintain social distancing protocols, the management and staff of Celestial SDC have prepared to serve their clients in a live-online virtual setting. We will continue to deliver live programmes where it is possible to observe all existing protocols as directed […]

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SOUTHAMPTON, England – Cricket West Indies (CWI) has announced that Phizz is the official hydration tablet partner to CWI and the West Indies teams. The partnership is set to launch on the pitch on Wednesday, July 8 in the team’s highly anticipated first Test match of the Sandals West Indies Tour of England 2020 in […]

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(ECB NEWSROOM) — The England men’s Test team will wear a Black Lives Matter logo on their playing shirts when they face West Indies in the #raisethebat three-match Test Series, starting Wednesday, July 8. The decision was taken by the England and Wales Cricket Board, fully supported by the England players led by Test captain […]

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Police Sergeant, Shervon Matthieu, has advised persons who engage in physical exercise such as walking and jogging, to ‘ditch’ their headphones as a crime safety measure. Matthieu, dubbed a ‘Cop Who Cares‘, offered the advice in his latest crime safety video released on Sunday. “Music may be entertaining but they reduce awareness of your surroundings,” […]

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has assured his Castries East ‘family’ and the rest of Saint Lucia that brighter days are ahead under his leadership and the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). Pierre, who is the MP for Castries East, gave the assurance in a post on the official Facebook page of the SLP. He […]

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There’s good news for travellers from Saint Lucia to the United Kingdom as our island is among the “Travel Corridor” List released by the UK Government, meaning visitors from Saint Lucia do not have to self-isolate on arrival in UK. (Left to right) Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, High Commissioner Guy Mayers and Prime Minister Boris […]

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Castries, St. Lucia, July 3, 2020 – The Castries Constituency Council last week held two separate meetings with both provisions market and coconut vendors.  The tone of the meetings was positive.  Both gatherings were chaired by Communications Manager, Jason Hullingseed, who spoke fully to the ideals, rules and regulations of the CCC and the image […]

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Trinidad and Tobago Guardian:– Prime Minister of Barbados and former chair of Caricom, Mia Mottley has revealed that six air carriers have expressed interest in taking over LIAT’s travel routes, in wake of the carrier’s current financial challenge. They are SVG Air, One Caribbean Ltd, Caribbean Airlines, InterCaribbean Airways, Silver Airways and Air Antilles. The issue […]

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