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Pharmacist followed to the bank: Loses $90,000 money bag

Trinidad Express:-A SAN Fernando pharmacist was robbed of $90,000 near a bank on Monday. The victim was on his way to deposit the cash when he was accosted by the...

Antigua: Teachers want stress relief

Antigua Observer:-Alister Thomas, President of the Parent Teachers’ Association (PTA) is calling for assistance for the nation’s educators. Speaking on OBSERVER AM yesterday, Thomas said that teachers are under societal...
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Barbados: Politicians accused of protecting criminals

Barbados Today:-United Progressive Party (UPP) leader Lynette Eastmond has charged that some politicians are protecting people involved in crime, making them untouchable. And she has called on Barbadians to reject...
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U.S. Consular Officer to Hold Appointments for U.S. Citizens in St. Lucia

PRESS RELEASE:-We are pleased to announce that a Consular Officer from the U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) will visit St....

‘Thug lifestyle’ a survival tactic?

Antigua Observer:-Two panellists who have had careers studying the criminal behaviour of young men in the region are in agreement that drug influenced gun violence in Antigua and Barbuda...

Jamaica gets additional area code — 658

Jamaica Observer:-KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Office of Utilities Regulation (OUR) today announced that Jamaica now has another area code – 658 – in addition to the existing 876. OUR says...

Guyana: Pilot dies in jungle crash

Demerara Waves:-A pilot attached to the domestic airline, Air Services Limited (ASL), died in a plane crash earlier Sunday a few miles from Mahdia, Director-General of the Guyana Civil...

Jamaica Police improve domestic violence response

Jamaica Observer:-The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) enhanced its capacity to deal with domestic violence with the certification of 208 domestic violence counsellors last week. The 208 counsellors, comprising community-based pastors...
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Barbados: Parents urged to speak out against gun violence

Barbados Today:-Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for St Michael South Kirk Humphrey has called on parents to take a stand and speak out against gun violence in the society for...

T&T: Wage freeze an option?

Trinidad Guardian:-Economists are saying the Government may have no choice but to freeze public servants’ salaries given the economic situation in the country where its revenues have declined significantly. But...