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Belmont Fire

Fire on Thursday morning destroyed a dwelling house in Belmont St George’s. No lives were lost or any injuries sustained, according to police. Although the occupants of the house declined to be interviewed, one neighbour Agnes Williams spoke ...

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Teachers Accused Of Campaigning

Teachers are openly campaigning for the New National Party in Carriacou. That’s according to the National Democratic Congress’ caretaker for that constituency, Tevin Andrews. Andrews is not pleased with this development and is hoping to hav...

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Coroner’s Inquest

Details coming to light in the death of Victoria resident, Kevon Downes, who was fatally shot by police in April of 2016, is of concern to his family. A pathologist report has brought into question whether excessive force was used by police.

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Dismiss Suspicion

Senator Winston Garraway sought to dismiss any suspicion, that there may be a diabolical scheme in requesting that people present their voter’s ID card, in order to receive government assistance for school supplies. He was responding to a quest...

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PWU To Meet With Government On Friday

Public service unions met with government on Thursday, to get their feet wet for a meeting on Friday. Friday’s get-together is to determine whether government will consider paying public servants two thousand dollars, in acquiescence to their ...

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