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Joe Biden is President-Elect for the United States of America

Written by on 8 November 2020

It is projected that Joe Biden will be the 46th president of the United States. In a victory speech on Saturday, the President Elect called for unity and asked those who did not vote for him to give him a chance. California Sen. Kamala Harris, the Vice President Elect, will make history as the first […]

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Fatal Robbery Attempt in St. Thomas

Written by on 14 October 2020

The police have reported that two men have been killed after an alleged shootout in Highbury, St Thomas yesterday. A third man is in custody after the incident and a fourth is on the run. The shootout occurred shortly after a businessman was shot fatally in a daylight attack in Prospect, St. Thomas. According to […]

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David Smith, Former Olint Head, Released from Prison

Written by on 7 October 2020

According to a news outlet in Turks & Caicos (TCI) ,The Sun, David Smith was released today from prison in the TCI. The former head of Olint was freed after completion of 10 years of imprisonment. The ten year prison term represented 6.5 years to which he was sentenced in TCI and a concurrent 10 […]

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Another Blow to Goat Thieves in St. Thomas

Written by on 5 October 2020

A woman has been taken into custody by the police after efforts of a group of goat thieves where thwarted during a vehicular check operation in St Thomas. According to reports a red Toyota Wish motor car was signalled to halt. Initially it appeared as if the driver complied wit the request but instead four […]

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Primary School Students in St. Thomas Get Passes in CXC English

Written by on 2 October 2020

Andrene Morgan and Khyreice Gordon, 12 years old students of Morant Bay Primary, both accomplished grade II passes in English in the recent CSEC examinations. According to news outlets, the two students credit Devmarie Blake-Brown (their teacher) and families as playing a huge role in building in their confidence and supporting them in the process. […]

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Water Supply Disrupted in Some St. Thomas Communities

Written by on 25 September 2020

The National Water Commission (NWC) has advised that the pumping operation at the Ward River Pumping Station has been affected by a single phase power supply problem. As a result, there has been disruptions in the water supply to a number of communities in St. Thomas served by the pumping station.

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Skillibeng Says He has 9 Subjects as CXC Results are Released

Written by on 23 September 2020

The timing of the announcement from Skillibeng on social media provides positive reinforcement about the importance of pursuing an education. The announcement was made during the week that CXC results have been released. The successful musician, born Emwah Warmington, attended Morant Bay High school. Skillibeng made a splash on the music scene with his song […]

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Barry O’Hare Passes Away

Written by on 22 September 2020

Barry O’Hare, renowned recording engineer, passed away at age 56 at UHWI on Saturday, September 19, 2020. It has been reported that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and was at the hospital receiving treatment. O’Hare has worked with many top artistes inclusive of Third World, Steel Pulse, Burning Spear and Shaggy. He is survived […]

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