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November 2018

Hundreds Participate in Annual Youth Month March and Rally

The Department of Youth Empowerment continued its youth month activities with a march and rally on Friday. Hundreds of students from the various primary and secondary schools across the federation were seen marching through the streets of…

Man Found Guilty of Murder

Kevon Hamilton, originally from St. Pauls but living in West Farm has been found guilty of murder by a verdict of 10-2 for the murder of Ernest Hendricks. The incident occurred on June 24 2015. According to reports, Hendricks, who runs a…

Prime Minister Harris Visits The Grange

The proprietor of the Grange Healthcare Facility in Ottley’s Village, Patricia Richards-Leader, has again voiced her appreciation for the dedicated support and service rendered by Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris over the…

Republican wins Mississippi Senate vote marked by race row

Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith has won Mississippi’s racially charged Senate election, beating a challenge from the black Democrat, Mike Espy. It extends the Senate majority of President Donald Trump’s party 53 for Republicans and…

Scotiabank Selling off Banks in the Caribbean

Scotiabank is shutting shop in parts of the Caribbean, entering an agreement with a Trinidad-based leading financial group to take over its banking operations in nine “non-core markets” in the region. It was announced today that, subject to…

Climate Change: Global Challenge Requiring Global Response

Dr. Lee Ying-yuan Minister Environmental Protection Administration Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan) August 2018 Continued growth in emissions of greenhouse gases around the world has caused abnormal and extreme weather events such as…