Category : World News

by Staff - 1 hour from now

Tamale Mirundi’s Daughter Laid to Rest

By Staff Writer Omukukunavu Tamale Mirundi laid to rest one of his daughters, Moreen Namatovu Mirundi. Namatovu passed on while giving birth. During the burial ceremony, people power was represented by Muhammad Nsereko and Chairman Nyanzi who passed...

by Staff - 52 minutes from now

Four Injured In Babonneau Motor Vehicle Accident

Four people were injured after two vehicles collided head on in Babonneau Sunday, emergency officials say. According to the officials, the accident occurred near the Cacoa, Babonneau junction. The Saint Lucia Fire Service said it received a distress...

by Staff - 18 minutes from now

Concern In T&T Over Venezuelans With Hindu Marriage Licences

Trinidad Newsday:– THE SANATAN Dharma Maha Sabha is concerned about Venezuelan migrants entering the country with Hindu marriage licences issued by a pundit in central Trinidad. Pundit Lutchmidath Persad Maharaj, in a telephone interview yester...

by Staff - 8 minutes ago

Questions Raised In Antigua Over Proposed ‘Tyson Farm’

Antigua Observer:- News of a proposed cannabis farm destined for Antigua and Barbuda is travelling like wildfire through the twin island, leaving a trail of opinions, especially noting the government’s plan to collaborate with US boxer, Mike Tyson, o...

by Staff - 1 hour ago

India Magician Feared Drowned After Houdini Trick

BBC News:– An Indian magician, who attempted to recreate Harry Houdini’s famed trick by jumping shackled into a river, is feared dead. Chanchal Lahiri was meant to escape and swim to safety but did not emerge from the Hooghly river in Wes...

by Staff - 1 hour ago

Government Announces New Fuel Price Adjustments

Press Release:-  The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of gasoline remains unchanged. The...

by Staff - 2 hours ago

Golfers enjoy thrilling tour in Jinja

By Our Reporter Over the weekend, golfers headed to Jinja to tee off at Jinja Golf Club in the Uganda Open tournament. They made a stop over deep in the very navel of Mabira Forest. Onesmus Muhereza, the guide took the group through a historic journ...

by Staff - 2 hours ago

Heather Neel Bio – Inside The Life Of Derek Carr’s Wife

BIOGRAPHY Heather is famous as the wife of NFL quarterback Derek Carr. She was born on 3rd January 1990 in Northern California. Her father is Bryan Neel and her mother is Vicki Neel. She studied at Fresno Christian High School then proceeded to Fres...

by Staff - 2 hours ago

MTN announces reduced Mobile Money rates

Christopher Ssali, Senior Manager Mobile Financial Services addresses media. By Our Reporter MTN Uganda has today announced a reduction in mobile money sending fees by more than half in a new promotion aimed at giving back to their customers. The new...

by Staff - 11 hours ago

Jamaica Tourism Minister Praises Impact Of Sandals On Region

Jamaica Observer:- The impact that Sandals Resorts International has had on the development of Jamaica and the wider Caribbean has been described as “nothing short of phenomenal”. Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s tourism minister, made the observatio...

by Staff - 11 hours ago

Driver Escapes Injury After Vehicle Crash

A driver escaped unhurt after a vehicle crash at Independence City, Castries, Sunday afternoon, eyewitnesses have reported. According to the eyewitnesses, the taxi driver had dropped off some passengers and was driving down the hill when the vehicle...

by Staff - 11 hours ago

U.S: Recalled Ragu Sauce May Be Contaminated With Plastic

USA Today:– Mizkan America Inc. has issued a voluntary recall for some varieties of Ragu pasta sauces, saying in a press release that they may contain fragments of plastic. The company said it has not received reports of consumer injuries but i...

by Staff - 12 hours ago

Re: Stammering

Garfield Chamberlain 87 School Street Boston, MA 02108 U.S.A. June 16, 2019 To the editor of THE ST. LUCIA TIMES: I am a native of Jamaica who will always consider myself a stammerer, or as they say now, a “PWS” or “person who stamm...