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Antigua: Minister to recommend decriminalisation of buggery

Antigua Observer:- The Minister of Social Transformation, having taken notice of the discussion on the decriminalisation of buggery (anal sex) between consenting adults which was rehashed recently at the United...

T&T: PSA Boss on rape charge will not quit

“I will not resign,” a defiant Public Services Association (PSA) president Watson Duke said yesterday, moments after he was released on $250,000 bail following an appearance in the Port-of-Spain...

ECCB Governor tells A&B to reduce debt

Antigua Observer:-The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is advising the government to institute a debt ceiling and a cap on state payroll to reduce its staggering 92 percent debt...

Guyana: Child killed by cop’s vehicle

Guyana Chronicle:- TEN-YEAR-OLD Davin Sealey of Sisters Village, West Bank Demerara, who at about 21:00 hours on Sunday went in search of his father who was at a relative’s house,...

Jamaica police warn against fake cops

HOUSEHOLDERS are being urged not to rush to open their doors to people claiming to be members of the police force. Superintendent Merrick Watson said that people should first seek...

T&T: Fined for leaving kids to party

Trinidad Express:- Thirty-seven-year-old Sparkle Woods-Thomas, of Moriah, Tobago, was ordered to pay $8,000 or face four months in jail after she pleaded guilty to abandoning her four children. Woods-Thomas, according...

Jamaica: Cops told to wear condoms

Jamaica Observer:- ROSE HALL, St James — Some policemen believed security minister Robert Montague was joking yesterday when he told them they needed to wear condoms. However, Montague was in...

Jamaica: Five injured in building collapse

Jamaica Observer:- THE collapse yesterday of a section of the Blue Diamond Royalton Hotel currently under construction in Negril, Hanover forced Local Government Minister Desmond McKenzie to have the parish...

Ralph Gonsalves still opposed to CIP

Jamaica Observer:- KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) – The St Vincent and the Grenadines Government says it remains opposed to the controversial citizenship by investment programme (CIP) as a means of...