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Opinion is split on Castries south east MP guy joseph’s disparaging remarks about MBC reporter Miguel Fervier. Former chief medical officer and independent senator dr. Stephen king, believes the minister should apologize. However, supporters of joseph claim the media is to blame.
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Trinidad Guardian:- Two strikes and People’s National Movement MP Ancil Antoine has now been dropped as the party’s D’Abadie O’Meara candidate because of insensitive and objectionable statements he made about the United States during a political meeting on Saturday. This was confirmed in a Facebook post on Sunday from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, who […]

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Daren Sammy’s claim that an International Cricket Council (ICC) bouncer rule in cricket was intended to limit the success of a black team, the West Indies with its pace attack, has been strongly criticized. Writing in an opinion piece in Sportskeeda,  top contributor Sai Krishna described Sammy’s assertion as ridiculous. Krishna declared that the Saint […]

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The economic development minister has decried what he describes as a misrepresentation of the policy decisions taken by the Allen Chastanet administration. Joseph sat-down for a wide-ranging interview during the latest Covid-19 update at the studios of NTN on Thursday.
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Minister for health Mary Isaac’s damning statements about the alleged contract killing of victor Maurice by members of the upper echelons of society has sparked controversy. Now the Gros Islet MP and cabinet colleague of the embattled minister Lenard Spider Montoute is weighing-in on the controversy. He has joined the chorus of voices who suggest …
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Commissioner of police, Severin Moncherry says he has no problem with the media. His remarks follow the furore surrounding his criticism of crime reporting by the press especially coverage of a daring gas station robbery in Piaye, Choiseul. The chief of police spoke to the press on Monday at a wide-ranging press conference at which …
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BBC News:- The singer Barbra Streisand has apologised after she was criticised for sympathising with Michael Jackson over child abuse accusations against him. Streisand told The Times newspaper that she believed the allegations against the late superstar but said his actions “didn’t kill” the accusers. She later wrote on Instagram that she was “profoundly sorry for […]

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Press Release:-  On behalf of the Government of the United States, I congratulate the people of Saint Lucia on your 40th anniversary of independence on February 22. The United States has enjoyed a longstanding and productive partnership with Saint Lucia. Today, entrepreneurship opportunities through exchange programs such as the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative and […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA — On Friday, the permanent delegation of Antigua and Barbuda to the Organisation of American States (OAS) expressed its sincere regret to the permanent observer mission of Spain, and the people and government of Spain, for the hurt experienced when a former prime minister of their country was […]

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