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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis has responded to claims made by Castries South MP, Ernest Hilaire, that the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is in financial trouble. The opposition MP made the claims recently during a Town Hall meeting of the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). Among Hilaire’s assertions was that things were so bad at the […]

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Saint Lucia’s Department of Consumer Affairs and Massy Stores have issued statements in response to a video posted on social media, asserting that expired flour is being offered for sale here. The flour has since been withdrawn from the market, according to the department and a statement from Massy Stores. The  viral video, lasting two […]

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Sky News:– Prince Andrew has been accused of touching the breast of a young woman at the home of a wealthy financier facing trial in the US, according to newly released legal documents. The allegation surfaced in a cache of legal papers unsealed by a US judge in a defamation case involving a British socialite […]

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NASSAU, Bahamas — A judgment of the Privy Council in an important case affecting the insolvency law of The Bahamas in which Lennox Paton Partners Brian Simms QC and Sophia Rolle-Kapousouzglou appeared has been handed down.   The judgment of the JCPC was delivered on July 29, 2019, following an appeal from the Court of Appeal […]
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WASHINGTON, USA — The Department of Justice, together with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), announced a settlement that requires Facebook to implement a comprehensive, multi-faceted set of compliance measures designed to improve user privacy and provide additional protections for user information. The settlement also requires Facebook to pay an unprecedented $5 billion civil penalty the […]
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Trinidad Express:–  Former national footballer and former Scottish football club player Richard Roy has come to the attention of an animal welfare charity for allegedly cooking and eating an iguana in the UK. Roy, 31, has been criticised on Facebook where his wife, Cheryl, posted a picture of him smiling and holding a dead iguana by […]

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Jamaica Observer:- ARISING from allegations that cesspool trucks are being retrofitted to take advantage of the boom in the delivery of drinking water in the Corporate Area, the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) is to be provided with a list of certified water trucking companies. Dr Yohance Rodriguez of the Kingston and St Andrew […]

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WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — United States President Donald J Trump has proclaimed June National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, stating that, during the month, the US acknowledges “the significant ways Caribbean Americans have shaped our culture and heritage.” “Americans with roots in the Caribbean have greatly enriched our society, contributing to the arts, business, journalism, technology, […]

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