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(BARBADOS NATION) — According to several international media sources Rihanna is suing her father Ronald Fenty for exploiting the Fenty name. Media site TMZ claims to have obtained court documents which claims her father, started a talent development company in 2017 called Fenty Entertainment. However Rihanna has already trademarked “Fenty” for a number of business ...

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(CMC) – A senior official of the Methodist Church here has expressed concern at what he termed “money making” churches that have appeared in Saint Lucia virtually overnight. “I am very concerned. Nowadays we are making the church into a business entity,” said Seth Ampadu, the superintendent minister of the Methodist Church here. He said ...

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(AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is boosting the minimum wage again amid the country’s relentless battle against hyperinflation. Maduro presented his economic plans Monday at the start to his second disputed term, with increasing calls for him to give up power in the crisis-wracked country. Though rich in oil, Venezuela is enduring a historic ...

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(CMC) – Chief Justice Roxane George-Wiltshire on Tuesday said she intends to give a ruling by the end of this month regarding the three matters challenging the validity of last month’s motion of no confidence that led to the downfall of the David Granger coalition government. She told lawyers representing the various parties during the ...

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(CMC) – A Surinamese national, who was being sought by police for questioning in connection with the seizure of a large quantity of cocaine, has been found dead in neighbouring Guyana. Relatives have positively identified the body of Nitinder Oemrawsingh, a rice exporter, after it was discovered with a single bullet wound to the head ...

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(CMC) – Dominica has signed an EC$200 million (one EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) agreement with the Irish-based telecommunication company, Digicel, which it says is intended to meet the growing telecommunication and information communication and technology (ICT) needs of the island. The 15-year agreement ends a 50-year monopoly that was previously enjoyed by the British-owned Cable and ...

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(CMC) – The Tobago Business Chamber (TBC) Tuesday said it hopes there can still be “some way of salvaging” the deal that would allow Sandals Resort International (SRI) to reverse its decision to withdraw its participation in the establishment of a multi-million dollar resort on the island. “The Tobago Business Chamber is convinced that with ...

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(SNO) –Police said the lifeless body of British national and longtime Saint Lucia resident, Robert ‘Bob’ Hathaway, was discovered with “apparent wounds”, according to a press release on Tuesday. The bloodied body of Hathaway was reportedly discovered in his residence in Piat, Grand Riviere, Gros Islet by a neighbour. Officers from the Gros Islet Police ...

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(CMC) – Sandals Resorts International (SRI) Tuesday, citing “constant and ongoing negative publicity” has withdrawn its participation in the establishment of a multi-million-dollar resort on the island of Tobago. “So it is with great sadness and it is very unfortunate that we had to take this step but we believe it is best at this ...

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(SNO) — The Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) has accused Prime Minister Allen Chastanet of not speaking the truth in relation to the island’s debt burden. In his new year’s “State of the Nation” address, Chastanet said that one of the major challenges inherited by his administration was “the limited space to borrow money given ...

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