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Guyana: Police to track calls to inmates?

Guyana Chronicle:-THE police are seeking the assistance of mobile phone companies to determine whom prisoners were communicating with, Clifton Hicken, the Georgetown Police Commander said Wednesday, following a raid...

Jamaica: Senior Cop arrested

Jamaica Observer:- THE Independent Commission of Investigations (INDECOM) yesterday arrested and charged two members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force from the Area One Headquarters in Montego Bay, St James,...

Antigua: Teenage access to contraceptives?

Antigua Observer:- The head of the Caribbean Family Planning Affiliation is hoping for an era when adults are open to the idea of allowing their teenagers to be able to...

Jamaica: Quaker Granola bars recalled

Jamaica Observer:- KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC) says that the US-based Quaker Oats company today announced a voluntary recall of a small quantity of Quaker Quinoa...

Guyana: Five teenagers charged with murder

Guyana Chronicle:- FIVE teens appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Tuesday, charged with the murder of 75-year-old retired professor Pairadeau Mars, who was bound, beaten and strangled last...

Guyana: Cops “rough up” News Reporter

Guyana Chronicle:- A POLICE constable stationed at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court is currently under investigation for assaulting Newsroom reporter, Leroy Smith. The incident, which occurred on Tuesday in the court’s compound,...

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,...