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Chris Gaffaney If we judge William Shakespeare by the first act and scene of his play, Macbeth, he would have been a terrible baseball and cricket umpire, and an even worse football referee. After all, he wrote, “Fair is foul and foul is fair.” However, when I said this to one of my friends, a […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Lifeguards protesting health and safety issues at their headquarters have been staying away from duties at the Maracas beach. As a result, there was no immediate help for a Penal man when he began floundering in the water on Sunday. Lifeguards from the neighbouring beach at Las Cuevas were called to assist. ...

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Trinidad Express:- LIFEGUARDS protesting health and safety issues at their headquarters have been staying away from duties at the Maracas beach. As a result, there was no immediate help for a Penal man when he began floundering in the water on Sunday. Lifeguards from the neighbouring beach at Las Cuevas were called to assist. They arrived […]

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(BBC) — Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó has called for an escalating series of strikes to force President Nicolás Maduro to relinquish power. Mr Guaidó urged public employees to act on Thursday, saying the stoppages would lead to a general strike. A woman was killed in clashes between protesters and security forces in Caracas on ...

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Saint Lucia’s fire chief has confirmed that after a 10-day strike, the men and women of the fire service are back on duty. In a sit down with HTS News4orce on Monday, Joseph Joseph said that the industrial action dealt a severe blow to the service, but is urging the public to refrain from blaming …
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[The Associated Press – March 25th, 2019]:- A widespread new power outage spread across much of Venezuela on Monday, knocking offline much of the country’s communications and stirring fears of a repeat of the chaos almost two weeks ago during the nation’s largest-ever blackout. The outage began shortly after 1 p.m. (1700 GMT) and appeared …
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Saint Lucia’s Fire Chief says he can’t attribute any loss of life to a recent strike by firefighters. Joseph Joseph acknowledged that a number of stations were closed as a result of the industrial action by members of the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS). Joseph also said responses  to certain calls would have been delayed. […]

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