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Dominican Police Continue Probe Into Missing Vessel At Sea

ROSEAU, Dominica, April 23, 2019 (CMC) – Police say they are continuing their investigation, into an incident at sea, after one person was discovered, following a joint search-and-rescue operation with the Maritime Rescue Coordinating Centre (MRCC) in Martinique. They said ...

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Jamaican Police Probing Triple Murders

KINGSTON, Jamaica, April 23, 2019 (CMC) – Police are investigating the murders of three people, after their bodies were found at their home, by a friend, in Manchester, in west central Jamaica, today. Police have identified the dead family members ...

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Trinidad’s Central Bank Conducting Survey On Cyber Risk

Trinidad’s Central Bank Conducting Survey On Cyber Risk

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago, April 22, 2019 (CMC) – The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT) says it is conducting a survey, to determine the adequacy of financial institutions’ cyber security frameworks to ascertain security measures, currently ...

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Why Fathers Should Teach Their Sons About Sex

Why Fathers Should Teach Their Sons About Sex

By Yvonne Sam Social and Political Commentator Men act as very influential fixtures in the lives of their children. It is a well-known and widely-accepted fact, that both boys and girls need a strong male to teach and show them ...

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Montego Bay Bridge, in Jamaica, To Be Repaired

Montego Bay Bridge, in Jamaica, To Be Repaired

By Okoye Henry Contributing Writer MONTEGO, Jamaica April 22, 2019 — The bridge, located at the eastern end of Howard Cooke Boulevard, in Montego Bay, St. James, is to be repaired, The National Works Agency (NWA) has advised. Community Relations ...

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“Just Returned From A Few Glorious Months In Guyana”

“Just Returned From A Few Glorious Months In Guyana”

Hello Michael! Just read your piece, “An Enjoyable And Unexpectedly-Memorable Experience In One Of Guyana’s Tropical Forests”, with great interest and pride [pun intended]!! Having just returned from a few glorious months in Guyana, it was affirming to read about ...

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Meaningful Living Takes Courage

Meaningful Living Takes Courage

By Ettie Rutherford Wellness Specialist Trying to live among the challenges of today’s world, is like stepping, barefooted, through an unknown field, and always wondering what will be the next happening, to demand attention. On a daily basis, our lives ...

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