Caribbean Courts and Lawyers embrace technology for swifter justice

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Sadly, it is no longer a surprise when citizens seeking resolution before courts in the Caribbean are forced to contend with severe case backlogs and delays. Too often, many are denied the right to swift justice, with delays lasting for years and in some cases decades. So serious is the problem, it has triggered the Read More

New York model found dead with throat slashed in Jamaica

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Desiree Gibbon, 26, was found dead with her throat slashed Sunday while on tour for work in Jamaica A New York model seeking work in Jamaica was found dead on the side of a road with her throat slashed. Desiree Gibbon, 26, from Queens, was found by locals bloodied and lifeless a few miles from Read More

Chester Celebrates ‘First Friday’ Tomorrow

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CHESTER – Tree lighting, carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts , music, art openings, shops in their winter wonderland glory with special gift ideas, tastings and more are all part of the annual Holiday Night/First Friday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 8 Read More

Jubilarians 2017: Third order of St. Francis

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The Catholic Telegraph 2017-11-30 In 2017 twenty-three Sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis celebrate anniversaries of their entrance into the Franciscan community. Eight of these Sisters were originally from the Cincinnati Archdiocese: 80 years – Sister Adele Zahn of St. Anthony’s, Dayton75 years – Sister Mary Jean Sora of St. John’s, Middletown70 years Read More

Event Alert: ST. VINCENT DE PAUL TO DISTRIBUTE COATS TO FAMILIES IN NEED

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Home»Local News»Event Alert: ST. VINCENT DE PAUL TO DISTRIBUTE COATS TO FAMILIES IN NEED The Catholic Telegraph 2017-11-30 On Saturday December 2nd, St. Vincent de Paul volunteers and staff will distribute winter coats to families in need on Saturday beginning at 9:00 a.m. at four locations. The coats have been donated by people throughout the Read More

Grenada man charged with child exploitation

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Jeramy Mooney (Photo: AG Hood’s Office) GRENADA, Miss. (WJTV) — A Grenada man is facing a child exploitation charge. Attorney General Jim Hood said authorities arrested 43-year-old Jeramy Mooney following an investigation of suspicious online activity. Authorities charged him with one count of child exploitation. Hood said if convicted, Mooney faces up to 40 years in prison and Read More

BuskAid returns to Waterford for December 23rd

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By Michelle Clancy. Published on Thursday, November 30th, 2017 at 12:28 pm BuskAid, Waterford’s biggest annual busking fundraiser, will bring live music back on to the streets of the city on Saturday, December 23rd, having raised €3700 last year.Two worthy causes will benefit from this year’s fundraiser, the Tinteán Housing Association and the Waterford Lion’s Read More

Calgary charity to be promoted in NFL’s My Cause My Cleats campaign this weekend

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Olympic speed skater Marsha Hudey at Colonel Walker School in Calgary, photo credit goes to Penny Breedon As hundreds of high-profile NFL players lace up in colourful shoes this weekend for the annual My Cause My Cleats initiative, a Calgary mentorship charity will be featured on a Buffalo Bills player as the team takes on Read More

Queens model found dead with throat slashed on rural Jamaica road while looking for tourism job in the country

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A 26-year-old Queens woman looking for work in Jamaica’s tourism industry was found dead with her throat slashed on the side of a rural road in the island nation. The body of Desiree Gibbon was discovered Sunday morning in the small northwestern town of Anchovy on a road called Long Hill about 4 miles from Read More

Trinidad Drilling Ltd. Announces the Extension and Amendment of its Credit Facility

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/EIN News/ — NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES. CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 30, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Trinidad Drilling Ltd. (TSX:TDG) (“Trinidad” or “the Company”) announced today that it has amended and extended its existing credit facility. “The amendment and extension of our credit facility provides Read More