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I’ve always tried to follow the news from home and I’ve always had pretty strong opinions about a lot of it. Now, a chance to air those opinions at last. Let’s hope that somewhere out there, there may be someone interested in what I have to say…

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  • Custos: We can’t go back to living in fear
    WESTERN BUREAU: Bishop Conrad Pitkin, the custos rotulorum for St James, is calling for immediate action to be taken to stop the growing murder tally in the parish, which he says is renewing fear among residents. Pitkin was speaking at the 38th...
  • Third man held in 8-y-o’s murder probe
    Investigators have taken a third man into custody in relation to the murder of eight-year-old Shantae Skyers of Sterling Castle Heights, St Andrew. This brings to three the number of persons now being questioned by investigators. “One other man is...
  • Buju raid to shake up T&T police unit
    The Organised Crime and Intelligence Unit (OCIU) of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service is to be overhauled after a search of the hotel room of reggae artiste Buju Banton (real name Mark Myrie), who was in the twin-island republic for a show,...
  • Shaw urges farmers to ramp up pumpkin production
    Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw is urging farmers to grow more pumpkins as he has found a market for the produce. Addressing the 2019 staging of the St Mary Agri-Expo at Gray’s Inn Sports Complex in Annotto Bay...
  • JET keeps talk going to save Cockpit Country
    The Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) has ramped up its public-awareness drive on the Save the Cockpit Country campaign with the release of a new set of public service announcements ahead of Earth Day, which was observed across the world yesterday....