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Police in St. Lucia had to be called in at The George F.L Charles after drama started with two Albanian men, who according to sources arrived on a LIAT flight from Barbados without valid visas for entering St. Lucia recently.

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The Jamaican policeman who murdered his girlfriend two years ago has been sentenced to life in prison.

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Whereas the Government of Barbados in the Budget of August 2013 delivered by the Minister of Finance announced a 19 month Home-grown Fiscal Adjustment strategy which was further revised by the Minister of Finance in his Ministerial Statements to Parliament in December 2013 and March 2014, after failed attempts from 2010 and 2011 with a Medium Term Fiscal Strategy and a Revised Medium Term Fiscal Strategy, respectively.

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A Trinidadian-born woman returning to her home in the United States was booted off a Caribbean Airlines aircraft for being unruly on Tuesday.

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Trinidad and Tobago’s Acting Police Commissioner Stephen Williams said the implementation of LIDAR speed guns has been given the go ahead. In fact, a legal notice issued said it would be in full effect from Friday.

“At this point in time everything is in place with full implementation.

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