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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) – Two more bad road users have found themselves in court, and after guilty pleas, Jimba Silcott and Alvin Phillip had their driver’s licences suspended. Magistrate Dexter Wason suspended Silcott’s licence for one year after he admitted guilt to driving without insurance and licence. For the first charge, he was also fined $1,000 ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell is expected to be among witnesses summoned to testify in a financial wrongdoings and corrupt practices investigation into the Marketing and National Importing Board (MNIB). The probe is being undertaken by the Office of Integrity Commission and Mitchell confirmed that he is prepared to be called as a ...

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(FOX NEWS) – Health department officials in New York say a child has died from influenza, the city’s first reported flu-related pediatric death of the season. Acting New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot (OHK’-see-rees bahr-BOH’) made the announcement on Thursday. The child’s name, age, gender and borough of residence haven’t been released. Officials ...

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(FOX NEWS) – Still don’t know what to look out for when it comes to breast cancer? Fear not because leading charity Breast Cancer Care has teamed up with Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa to share potentially life-saving information on the signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Alexa will now be able to guide women through ...

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(ABC NEWS) – Police in South Carolina say a naked woman tried to bite off a man’s genitals and then rushed on all fours at responding officers, who shocked her with a stun gun. WCSC-TV reports that a man called police for help, saying the woman tried to bite off his penis during sex with ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – A more globally competitive Caribbean tourism brand and stronger industry await if the power of human resource management is harnessed to enhance branding. That is the key message that Ron Johnson, the managing director of Blueprint Creative, Barbados, will deliver during the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)’s 9th Tourism Human Resources Conference in ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – Dr. Phil invited a 16-year-old black girl onto his show this week who insists she is white — even going so far as to say that she’s “completely and utterly” better than black people. “I just know that I am white. I can feel it through my veins,” the teen claimed ...

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(AP) – The Kenyatta National Hospital is east Africa’s biggest medical institution, home to more than a dozen donor-funded projects with international partners — a “Center of Excellence,” says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The hospital’s website proudly proclaims its motto — “We Listen … We Care” — along with photos of ...

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(SKY NEWS) – Johnny Depp has been dropped from new Pirates Of The Caribbean films, according to reports. The actor, 55, has starred in five films over the past 15 years, but it seems he may have made his last appearance as Captain Jack Sparrow. Original scriptwriter Stuart Beattie appeared to confirm the news to ...

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