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March 24, 2018

Duo facing drug charges

Source: Nation Newspaper On Monday, March 19, the Drug Squad arrested and charged Antonio Raymond Browne, 35, of Glendalough Road, Josey Hill, St Lucy and Damien Omar Gooding, 32, of Salters Tenantry Road, St Michael with four… Link: Duo facing drug charges

St. Lucia


Source: The St. Lucia Star On Tuesday this week Mr. Andy Daniel was sworn in as the eighth Speaker of the Saint Lucia House of Assembly. Before he replaced Speaker Leonne Theodore-John, Mr. Daniel had been president of the Senate. Mrs. Theodore-John resigned two weeks ago to take up the position of Minister Counsellor


Curtain comes down on Impact World this weekend

Source: Nation Newspaper Impact World performances continue to mesmerize audiences across Barbados. The three teams: Global Expression, Team Extreme and Island Breeze deliver a smorgasbord of family entertainment featuring hip-hop… Link: Curtain comes down on Impact World this weekend


Fifth person charged over Bermudian’s murder

Source: The Montserrat Reporter by STAFF WRITER   NOTTINGHAM, England, Mar 24, CMC – A 15-year-old girl has been charged with murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of Bermudian teenager Lyrico Steede in England. Nottinghamshire police said she was the fifth person to be charged in the investigation of the 17-year-old, who was…


‘Dreamers’ angry as Trump blames Democrats over immigration

Source: iNews Guyana WASHINGTON, United States (AFP) — America’s so-called “Dreamer” immigrants and supportive lawmakers were left fuming and fearful Friday after anti-deportation measures were left out of a federal spending bill signed by President Donald Trump. More than six months after Trump announced he was scrapping an Obama-era programme that protected hundreds…

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EYEWITNESS: Spill all the beans…

Source: iNews Guyana …on the Govt and oil The President invited three wise men from the north to advise him on the oil contract “Nassau” Trotman negotiated with Exxon. Yes, your Eyewitness knows wisdom used to come from the east – but its locus shifted after 1492, didn’t it? Now, one may object…

St. Lucia

Becoming business-friendly

Source: The St. Lucia Star Caribbean states must look to widespread reforms to climb the ‘Ease of Doing Business’ rankings and attract vital investment. The role of the private sector in encouraging economic growth cannot be overstated. Generating jobs, investing in infrastructure, driving innovation and creating entrepreneurial opportunities are all vital components of a


MP Renee Ming To Host Easter Egg Hunt

Source: Bernews MP Renee Ming and the members of PLP C#1 Branch are getting set to host their annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 31 at East End Primary School, beginning at 2.00pm. The event will include the egg hunt, games, refreshments, and more. The event poster says, “MP Renee Ming and the… Link:

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TSX higher as gold prices rise

Source: Nation Newspaper Canada’s main stock index rose on Friday, led by the materials sector as gold prices surged to a one-month high, a day after the index posted its worst day since September 2016 on fears of a global trade… Link: TSX higher as gold prices rise

Cayman Islands

24 Mar Weather in Cayman

Source: Cayman Eye News   24 Mar Sat 2018 Weather in Cayman SYNOPSIS Fresh northeasterly winds and rough seas will continue across the Cayman Islands in association with a high pressure system over the southeastern US. Radar images show no showers over the Cayman area. Sunshine just makes the day a little better, but…

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