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(PRESS RELEASE) – Domino action continues in the Inter Commercial House Domino Competition with four exciting matches: Monday October 22nd 2018 GROUP A Bay Gardens on 71 points defeated SLASPA (68 points) and Sagicor (64 points) Top scorers Bay Gardens – Kenneth Augustin scored 14 points SLASPA – Jimmy Frederick scored 13 points Sagicor – ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Sixty-Sixth Meeting of the OECS Authority was held at the Beachcombers Hotel, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, on October 23rd 2018, under the Chairmanship of Dr. the Honourable Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Heads of Government and Representatives of Government in attendance included: Honourable Gaston Browne, ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – Soca artistes Ian “Bunji Garlin” Alvarez and his wife Fay Ann are working with Trinidadian-American rapper Onika Maraj, known professionally as Nicki Minaj with flood relief efforts for those devastated by the torrential rains which caused widespread flooding across Trinidad. Alvarez said, “Right now is to get the resources to those who ...

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(BBC) – Facebook has said that 8.7 million images of child nudity were removed by its moderators in just three months. The social network said that it had developed new software to automatically flag possible sexualised images of children. It was put into service last year but has only become public now. Another program can ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A CHAGUANAS woman defending her husband and home chopped an intruder who broke into the house on Wednesday. As her 59-year-old husband fought the cutlass-carrying criminal, the woman grabbed a chopper and fought back. She chopped the intruder on the right forearm. The wound was so severe that he ran out of ...

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(CMC) – The London-based Privy Council Wednesday reserved judgement in a matter involving a former member of the left-wing Grenada Revolutionary Government (PRG) that ruled Grenada from 1979-83. Ewart Layne is asking the Privy Council, Grenada’s highest court, to determine whether the Court of Appeal erred in holding that a High Court judge did not ...

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(FOX NEWS) – A US school chef has reportedly been fired for adding kangaroo meat to student lunches without disclosing it this month. But Kevin Frei insisted he was only doing what was best for the students, claiming kangaroo meat was as an extremely lean meat and recognised for its “nutritional value”. Potter-Dix Public School, ...

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(CMC) – The Dominica government Wednesday announced that it would bestow the island’s highest award on noted historian Dr. Lennox Honychurch. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said that Honychurch 65, has made a tremendous contribution to the socio-economic development of the country, having served also as a parliamentarian and involved in the talks that led to ...

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(CMC) – The Guyana government Wednesday distanced itself from the late payment of salaries to members of the joint ad protective services, saying that the submission of inaccurate information was to blame for the situation. Finance Minister Winston Jordan dismissed suggestions that the delay was due to unavailable finances, noting that the Ministry of Public ...

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(THE GUARDIAN) – Apple and Samsung are being fined €10m and €5m respectively in Italy for the “planned obsolescence” of their smartphones. An investigation launched in January by the nation’s competition authority found that certain smartphone software updates had a negative effect on the performance of the devices. Believed to be the first ruling of ...

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