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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Twenty-four-year-old Jafar Carter of Haslington Housing Scheme, East Coast Demerara was remanded to prison Wednesday for allegedly robbing a female Police Officer at the Shell Gas Station on Regent Street, Georgetown. Carter appeared before City Magistrate Faith Mcgusty and pleaded not guilty to the charge, which alleged that on May 25, ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Hours after two women fought at a police station over alleged social media posts, they stood side by side in the prisoners’ dock at the court. Jamika Joachim, a final year university student, and Lamarsha Joseph, a secretary, were both charged with disturbing the peace by fighting. On Wednesday, they appeared before ...

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A man who was robbed at gunpoint on his way to Jerusalem waterfalls has disclosed his ordeal on Facebook while warning residents of Soufriere to be on the lookout for the dark-skinned bandit who has a “square face, pointed chin, no facial hair, small dread-locks down to under his shoulders and is 5’6″ tall”. The ...

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The dead body of an unidentified male that washed up on the coastline at Mathurin’s Point, Vieux Fort on Tuesday, May 28, is believed be that of a man who jumped from a small boat when it was intercepted by the police on Friday, May 24, according to law enforcement sources. The vessel, named ‘Corrie’, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Jaushieh Joseph Wu, is scheduled to visit Saint Lucia from May 30th to May 31st 2019. Saint Lucia and Taiwan have had a high level of bilateral cooperation which spans a cross-section of areas including agriculture, health, human resource development, community ...

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Port of Spain, Trinidad — CARICOM citizens have important rights but to exercise these rights clear documentary evidence of their nationality is required. This was the outcome of the case of Bain vs. Trinidad and Tobago, that was decided today by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Mr Bain, a citizen of both Grenada and ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Class Action lawsuit recently filed against Sandals in the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida is baseless, both in fact and law, and will be vigorously defended by Sandals. The assertion that Sandals has not paid taxes due to the government is categorically false. We are proud to ...

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(CMC) — A Caribbean climatologist says that while the Caribbean is best known for having wet, dry and hurricane seasons, a little known fact is that the region also has a distinct heat season. Cédric Van Meerbeeck, climatologist at the Barbados-based Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH) says that since about 1995, the Caribbean ...

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(WIRSPA Secretariat) – Caribbean rum brands, members of the regional grouping WIRSPA, have appointed a Community Envoy to further support their efforts to promote the industry globally and in keeping with the increasing influence of social media on consumer behaviour. Matt Pietrek, more familiarly known online as the ‘Cocktail Wonk’ or ‘Rum Wonk’, will complement ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A police officer who recently secured a promotion died suddenly at his home on Tuesday. Dexter Theophille, 47, was discovered unresponsive by his wife at their home in Enterprise, Chaguanas. He was attached to the Inter-Agency Task Force. Police said foul play is not suspected in the officer’s death. An autopsy is ...

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