Law & Order

Canadian zoo fined after taking bear out for ice cream

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Sky News:-  A wildlife park has been fined after forgetting to tell police they were taking their bear out for ice cream. Discovery Wildlife Park in Alberta, Canada, drove Berkley the...

Saint Lucian Student Wants Money Back From Barbados Cosmetology School

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Barbados Today:- A St Lucian on a student visa here claims she has lost thousands of dollars while seeking qualifications at a cosmetology school – and she wants her money...

Mexico’s police: ill paid, poorly trained — and overweight

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El Universal:-  It is widely known that Mexico’s police are ill-paid and often poorly-trained. But a new study shows that many are also carrying a lot of extra weight. Eight...

T&T: Catholic Church backs CCJ death penalty decision

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, July 5, CMC – Archbishop of Port of Spain and Apostolic Administrator of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgetown, Reverend Charles Jason Gordon, has welcomed the Caribbean...

Chinese City Confiscates Dogs That Bark Too Much

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UK Express:-  THE Chinese city of Jinan has demanded dog owners keep their four-legged friends on a leash, carry a dog license and prevent their animals from barking too much...

Sandals Denies Cover Up Amid Sexual Assault Claims

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Sandals Resorts has strongly denied allegations that it is covering up allegations of sexual assault on two American females. The Jamaica Observer, quoting a statement from the resort Monday, said Sandals...

Antigua: Jail-time, fines and licence suspension for traffic offenders

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Antigua Observer:-  Be warned and be careful, are the two bits of advice of the Traffic Court in St. John’s, as Magistrate Dexter Wason clamps down on dangerous/reckless drivers including...

Castries Mayor Says PWA President Giving Criminals ‘Upper Hand’

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has hit out at the President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, in the ongoing controversy over a move to grant islandwide powers...

Mayor Wants Halt To Student Loitering In Castries

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With the re-opening of schools for the new academic year, the Mayor of Castries, Peterson Francis, is seeking the cooperation of students in stopping student loitering in the Saint...

Castries Mayor Sounds Warning To Sidewalk Parkers

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has sounded a warning that the City Police will be enforcing the law against motorists who park on sidewalks in the capital. Francis said in a...