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(SKY NEWS) — NASA is planning to take the “next giant leap in deep space exploration” as it looks to send astronauts to the moon who are able to stay there. The space agency’s administrator, Jim Bridenstine, called for American firms to help develop human lunar landers – “reusable systems for astronauts to land on ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A sting op­er­a­tion led to the ar­rest of a man who po­lice be­lieve was an al­leged gang mem­ber try­ing to ex­tort mon­ey from work­ers on a Car­ni­val project in Port-of-Spain. Po­lice sources said yes­ter­day that the man had passed ear­li­er in the week with as­so­ciates and promised to re­turn for monies re­lat­ed ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — At least one Jamaican obeah man is taking issue with the recent influx of Indian ‘philosophers’ on the island. Ronnie, an obeah man from Bog Walk, St Catherine, who has been practising his craft for more than 40 years, said he is concerned that the Indians are tricking Jamaicans. “Some a dem ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Three months after ‘pastor’ Jean Clarke was seen in a video with a sex toy in his mouth, the man of God says the backlash continues to be unimaginable. Clarke, originally from Jeffrey Town, St Mary, says the video has cost him his wife, and has led to his income from bus ...

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(SNO) — Eight young men from across Saint Lucia will be taking the stage to compete in the first ever Mr. Independence Youth Development Pageant. It forms part of the calendar of events as the island celebrates its 40th anniversary of independence, and will take place on February 9. Mervin Joseph, coordinator of the event, ...

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(CNN) — By giving mosquitoes diet drugs, they could be prevented from biting humans and spreading deadly diseases, according to new research. Scientists found that female mosquitoes, which transmit the microbes that kill millions of people every year, lose interest in human blood if their appetites are suppressed with the chemicals. The study, which is ...

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GROS ISLET, St Lucia, Feb 8, CMC – A series that began shrouded in uncertainty and contention now stands on the brink of becoming a watershed moment in West Indies cricket, as the reinvigorated home side chase their first whitewash of England in 33 years, when the final Test bowls off here Saturday. Only a ...

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(SNO) — Human and gender rights advocate, Felicia Browne, has expressed disappointment with the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force regarding the homicide case of Kimberly Williams De Leon, who was fatally shot at her residence in late 2018. Browne, who is also president of the Caribbean Mentorship Institute, called on Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry and ...

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Feb 8, CMC – The Antigua and Barbuda government will seek parliamentary approval later this month to declare the regional airline, LIAT, an essential service. Antigua and Barbuda is among the shareholder governments of the airline, which is headquartered here. The others being Barbados, Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Information ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) proudly announces the commissioning of three additional pools to its operational site at the Sulphur Springs Park. The project was conceived with the primary aim of responding to some of the numerous concerns of congestion from operating with a single pool, particularly during the months of ...

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