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US Senate passes first gun control bill in decades

The US Senate has passed a gun control bill - the most significant firearms legislation in nearly 30 years. It imposes tougher checks on young...

Newcastle United signs Nick Pope from Burnley

Newcastle United has signed England goalkeeper Nick Pope from relegated Burnley for an undisclosed fee. The 30-year-old moves to St James' Park on a four-year...

NEMO releases update list of 2022 Emergency Shelters

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) earlier today released the updated list of emergency shelters for this year, 2022. They are as follows: North Windward: 1....

Low participation during Public Service’s Week of activities ‘heartbreaking’ says Minister Stephenson

This week, the Ministry of the Public Service, Consumer Affairs and Sports is hosting the Week of Activities to celebrate Public Service Day, today,...

20 Rose Place fishermen have agreed to compensation says PM Gonsalves

Twenty Rose Place fishermen have now signed agreements with the Government with regards to their compensation for them moving their operations to facilitate work...

RSVGPF disassociates itself from former auxiliary officer

The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force has launched an investigation into a video being circulated on social media showing a man...

Grenadians vote in 2022 general election today

Grenadians will cast their vote today in a general election where only one thing is certain, the surname of the next Prime Minister will be...

Jamaica’s tourism minister suggests single-visa regime for CARICOM

Jamaica's Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett says a single-visa regime among CARICOM member countries should be the next critical consideration in rationalising entry protocols in...

Uvalde, Texas police chief accused of botching school shooting response, put on leave

A police chief accused of botching the response to the fatal shooting of 19 school children and two teachers in Uvalde, Texas, has been...

Medical staff to be tried for football legend Maradona’s death

Eight medical personnel are to stand trial accused of criminal negligence in the death of legendary Argentinian footballer Diego Maradona. A judge has ordered a...

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