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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley will leave Monday for the Unit­ed States (US) where he will un­der­go a se­ries of coro­nary tests and ob­ser­va­tion due to a build-up of plaque in one of his arteries. He will be at­tend­ed to at a health in­sti­tu­tion in Cal­i­for­nia. His med­ical leave of ab­sence will ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The teachers and students of the Des Barras Combined School in Babonneau, Saint Lucia, now have an Apple iMac computer that will serve as a teaching aid during classes, and support the students in ICT development. The computer was donated by former Commissioner to the OECS for Martinique, Ms. Murielle Lesales. A ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — As part of this year’s 40th Independence celebration, the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations partnered with the Daren Sammy Foundation to host an essay competition among primary and secondary school students. The competition provides students with the opportunity to reflect on this year’s Independence theme “All In: Our Journey, Our ...

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(DEMERARA WAVES) — Two residents of Vigilance and Haslington villages, East Coast Demerara died in a minibus accident Sunday morning on the Success Public Road, police said. Dead are 58-year old Denise Cully of 89 Vigilance and 59-year old Patricia Ellis of 30 Haslington. Police said there was no trace of alcohol on the driver’s ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Police have made “a major breakthrough” in a case in­volving an increase in fraudulent automated banking machine (ABM) transactions at the One Wood­brook Place branch of First Citizens (FCB). According to a news release from the TTPS, on Friday, members of the Fraud Squad’s ABM Task Force, in partnership with FCB security ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The T&T Po­lice Ser­vice is tak­ing a very se­ri­ous ap­proach to the safe­ty of chil­dren this Car­ni­val sea­son. They gave the first ex­am­ple of this on Fri­day night when they ar­rest­ed a 27-year-old woman who al­leged­ly aban­doned her three-year-old son dur­ing Kid­dies Car­ni­val ac­tiv­i­ties in Siparia. Siparia po­lice al­lege that they were ...

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Sky News:–  US police received a surprise when they were called to check on the welfare of a cardboard cutout figure. Officers in the snowy northern state of Minnesota were told an adult male had been seen standing “motionless outside” while “wearing no coat in the cold and hugging a pillow”. The figure turned out to […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A 43-year-old fe­male se­cu­ri­ty of­fi­cer in To­ba­go is nurs­ing a gun­shot wound af­ter she al­leged­ly dis­charged her com­pa­ny-is­sued firearm. The in­ci­dent oc­curred on Fri­day. Ac­cord­ing to po­lice re­ports around 12:30 pm, Ali­cia Bruce of Tran­quil­li­ty Heights, Sig­nal Hill, an Es­tate Con­sta­ble em­ployed with Qual­i­ty Se­cu­ri­ty Com­pa­ny was on du­ty at the East­ern ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Executive Director of the Jamaica Cancer Society, Yulit Gordon, has challenged insurance companies to introduce more affordable critical illness plans so that more persons can have access and be adequately prepared for critical illnesses. She said that contributing to the fear factor in dealing with illnesses like cancer is that persons face ...

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Superintendent Methodist Minister, Seth Ampadu, has warned that the consequence of the abolition of spanking in schools will be chaos in the school system. “Now that we have not abolished corporal punishment, look at how some students are behaving towards their teachers,” Ampadu told St Lucia Times. “If it is abolished, it will be chaos […]

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