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Francis to dialogue with police officers

Press Release:-  Ahead of International Labour Day on Tuesday, May 1st, Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Senator the Honourable Hermingild Francis is looking forward to holding fruitful...

Justice Saunders selected for international judicial board

Press Release:-  The Hon. Justice Adrian Saunders, who will assume the post as president of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on July 4, has been appointed to the Advisory...
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Mondesir says ganja unstoppable, here to stay

Former Health Minister, Doctor Keith Mondesir, asserting that ganja is here to stay and is unstoppable, has come out in support of its legalisation. “ The entire first world, Europe...

Police ‘visit funeral home to unlock dead man’s phone’

BBC:-  Police in Florida have been criticised for allegedly entering a funeral home in a futile bid to unlock a dead man's smartphone. Linus Phillip, 30, was killed while trying to...

Mary Francis ‘disturbed’ that ORC cops ‘promoted’

Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, asserting that police officers who were involved in the controversial Operation Restore Confidence (ORC) have been promoted, has said that she is ‘disturbed’ that...

Woman ‘fined $500 over free Delta Air Lines flight apple’

BBC:-  A woman says she is facing a $500 (£357) fine from the US customs agency after a free apple she was given as a snack on a plane was...

Jamaica: Murder accused wants $35m

Jamaica Observer:-  ACCUSED murderer Mervin Cameron, the first prisoner to successfully sue the State for keeping him too long in custody without being tried, is asking for $35 million in...

Saint Lucia police probe sudden death

Saint Lucia police are investigating a sudden death that occurred at Ti Morne on Saturday. Law enforcement sources have identified the deceased as Allen Thomas, 54. A post mortem examination has...

Guyana: Prisoner on the run sentenced to three years in absentia

Guyana Chronicle:-  A 26-year-old man from Onderneeming village on the Essequibo Coast who was wanted for several offences was on Thursday sentenced to three years imprisonment in his absence. Magistrate Esther Sam, after...

WASCO deals with health hazard caused by illegal connection

The Water and Sewerage Company Inc (WASCO), has addressed a problem caused by an illegal water connection in the North of the Island. The company said  the illegal connection created...