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AG; Corruption Culture Must Be Stamped Out

Attorney General Dale Marshall is adamant that Government will do all it can to stamp out corruption in this country. He expressed this sentiment during a recent courtesy call with British High Commissioner to Barbados, Janet Douglas. During the meeting,…

Colin Powell: Trump Has Changed ‘We The People’ To ‘Me The President’

Former Secretary of State Colin Powell scorched President Donald Trump on Sunday for placing himself ― rather than the American people ― at the center of the nation. “My favorite three words in our Constitution are the first three words:…

Facebook bandits to appear in court

Trinidad: THREE La Romaine teenagers are expected to appear before a San Fernando magistrate tomorrow for luring people through online car advertisements using fake profiles and robbing them. The men, two 18-year-olds and the other, 19, were expected to be…

Weed Ed | Navigating The Banking Quandary

Cash is king, and nowhere is this truer than Jamaica’s emerging cannabis industry. If you visit any of the local herb houses to purchase medical ganja, you will most likely be greeted by a ‘CASH ONLY’ sign. You won’t find…

3.9 magnitude earthquake shakes Jamaica

Jamaica was hit by another minor earthquake on Sunday night. A preliminary report from the earthquake Unit has confirmed that a 3.9 magnitude jolted the island at 9:29 pm. The intensity of the quake was felt in Kingston, St Andrew…

Investigator in cocaine-in-lumber trial says was “instructed” not to charge key witness

The lead investigator in the case against drug-accused, Stephen Vieira, Tazim Gafoor, Nazim Gafoor and Sherwayne De Abreu, on Friday testified that he had been instructed not to pursue charges against prosecution witness Hakeem Mohamed, even with overwhelming evidence against…

Nationwide roadblock threat: Minister calls of citizens to ignore it

Communications Minister, Stuart Young has appealed to citizens to ignore calls for members of the public to block roads in protest against the Government on Monday. In a statement, Young said this type of behaviour is irresponsible and unpatriotic and…

SEX RING BUSTED

Three Colombian women who were “pimping out” girls in Trinidad and Tobago have been captured, Colombia’s state prosecutor’s office said in a statement on Wednesday. The girls were between the ages of 15 and 19 and were offered jobs in…

BRA office shuts out customer before 3:30. Claiming they had a hard day

On Monday 30th The BRA office, located in The Pine, refused entry to a customer despite the fact that he had arrived before their stipulated 3:30 deadline. The gentleman pleaded with one of the security officers, explaining that he had…

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