Guyana to soften immigration rules; no need for special registration of Venezuelans- Greenidge

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Guyana will soon put in place a more lenient immigration policy to avoid persons fleeing harsh economic and political conditions in their homeland from being deported for illegal entry, Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge said. “At the policy level, the government may want to see what can be done. We are looking, for example, at Read More

Former NCN boss Fuzzy Sattaur dies

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Mohamed ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur Former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the state-owned National Communications Network, Mohamed ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur died on Saturday as a result of illness at a city hospital. Former President, Donald Ramotar, in paying tribute to his long-time party comrade and co-worker at the Mirror newspaper, recalled that he was one of the competent Read More

Broken main causes flooding at St Jude Hospital

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September 2nd, 2017 1 comments St Jude Hospital staff had to mop up Saturday after a broken main sent water spewing onto the floor. The hospital’s Public Relations and Liaison Officer, Shervon Alfred, told St Lucia Times that at around 12.30 pm a four inch pipe close to the medical wards ruptured. He said the Read More

What Comes Next for Luck?

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CLOSE The Colts activated franchise QB Andrew Luck on Saturday, but how long will it take him to play? Plus, the notable cuts as the team moves down to 53 players. Zak Keefer/IndyStar For the first time since Week 17 of the 2016 season, Andrew Luck can practice with the Colts.(Photo: Mykal_McEldowney/Indy_Star) He’s back. Finally, Read More

Some parents squandering $500 bursary “to drink, gamble” – says CRB cop

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Shares 351 CPl Silvina James The head of the Community Relations Branch (CRB) of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force in the south is making a clarion call to the Ministry of Education to put a system in place to prevent parents from using the monies given to them under the One-Time-Bursary-Assistance programme, for no Read More

Stolen vehicle found scrapped and burnt in Bexon

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By SNO Staff September 1, 2017 Shares 112 A Nissan Tiida car that was stolen from a residence in Monier, Gros Islet between last night and this morning has been found – but not in the condition the owner would like. It was scrapped of parts and burnt. Acting on tips from the public, the Read More

Communities should grab third-level funding

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Communities should grab third-level funding. Senator Maria Byrne THE DEPARTMENT of Education has announced €16.5 million in third level supports of third-level funding aimed at helping single parents and disadvantaged students.Fine Gael Senator Maria Byrne is encouraging local education clusters to apply for the funding available. “We need to use education as a tool to Read More

Nigerian Songstress Comes Looking For Her “Johnny” at Dominica WCMF

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Share this NIGERIAN Afro-pop star, Yemi Alade, comes looking for her “Johnny” when she performs at Dominica’s World Creole Music Festival on the opening night, Friday, October 27, at Festival City, Windsor Park Sports Stadium, Roseau, Dominica. Alade made her musical debut in an all-girl group called Noty Spices in 2005, but her music became Read More

Colts QB Andrew Luck is back — but when can he play?

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CLOSE The Colts activated franchise QB Andrew Luck on Saturday, but how long will it take him to play? Plus, the notable cuts as the team moves down to 53 players. Zak Keefer/IndyStar For the first time since Week 17 of the 2016 season, Andrew Luck can practice with the Colts.(Photo: Mykal_McEldowney/Indy_Star) He’s back. Finally, Read More

55 Years After Cutting Ties With Great Britain, is Trinidad and Tobago Independent or “In Dependence”?

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Image of a postage stamp displaying the Trinidad Hilton Hotel and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, as well as the year (1962) of Trinidad and Tobago’s independence from Great Britain. Photo by Mark Morgan, CC BY 2.0. On August 31, 2017, Trinidad and Tobago celebrated its 55th anniversary of independence from Great Britain. Social Read More