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(NEWS ROOM) — A 57-year-old man and his pregnant 19-year-old girlfriend appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly Friday at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court, accused of swindling monies from persons with the promise of obtaining house lots for them. Rajeshwar Persaud called Raj Persaud and Renika Rajbance, who is currently seven months pregnant, were nabbed by police ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 16, CMC – Four people, including a fireman, died after the vehicle in which they were travelling crashed into a lamp post in Central Trinidad early Saturday morning, police said. They have identified two of those killed as fireman Kerwin Duncan and 28-year-old disc jockey, Dwayne Dick. Police said the ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Feb 16, CMC – Left-handed opener John Campbell is poised to make his one-day debut less than a month following his first Test cap, after being drafted into West Indies’ 14-man squad as one of three injury replacements, ahead of Wednesday’s start of the five-match series. The 25-year-old has been joined by Twenty20 ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Two people been taken into custody for questioning in connection with the brutal murder of Trelawny farmer Valerie Thompson. The mutilated, naked body of the Clark’s Town farmer was discovered on her farm by a search party consisting of community members Thursday night after she had not returned home. Family members believe ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — Government on Friday unveiled a package of developmental projects for the township of Lethem and the entire Rupununi, which includes the construction of a US$4B international airport and major upgrades to the existing Linden-Lethem road before a paved highway is constructed. These and other matters were ventilated when government ministers met with ...

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(TORONTO SUN via NEWS ROOM) — Feb. 14th was Riya Rajkumar’s 11th birthday, her mom’s birthday and Valentine’s Day. It was also the day she was senselessly murdered — allegedly by her own dad. “We are proceeding with a first-degree murder charge,” Peel Regional Police Const. Danny Marttini said Friday. When that happens depends on ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Three men on their way home from a party, died in a crash in Longdenville, central Trinidad early today. Two others are listed in critical condition at hospital. The crash happened at 4a.m. at the corner of Enterprise Street and Dam Road. Police were told that at high speed, the car carrying ...

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(SNO) — One of Saint Lucia’s top athletes, Levern Spencer, is giving back to the Babonneau community by hosting a special lunch for 40 seniors. The event is expected to take place on Sunday, February 17 at the Union Orchid House. It is being done in collaboration with the group F.O.C.U.S and the Babonneau Constituency ...

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Cambridge Trust scholar Gill Francis from St. Lucia, who is undertaking a PhD in education at the Centre for Research on Play in Education, Development & Learning, has had her first research paper published. Gill first came to Cambridge in 2014 to study for a master’s degree in psychology and education studies at Murray Edwards ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Anti-bullying author and youth advocate, Loverly Sheridan, will kick off the official launching of her international “Buddy Bench Campaign” — endorsed by the Ministry of Education and Infrastructure — at the Carmen Rene’ Memorial School on Monday, February 18, 2019. ‘BE A BUDDY, NOT A BULLY’ is a successful ongoing U.S. national ...

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