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Prime Minister, US Secretary of State
Posted: Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Prime Minister, US Secretary of State talk crime, security
"Work is ongoing to update several pieces of legislation, such the Telecommunications Act, the Data Protection Act, the Electronic Transactions Act and also much-needed cyber security legislation."

Kamla slams PM over US crime talks

Agard: Big tech made US$11.5b in region last year
CHAIRMAN of the C9 Committee, Lisa Agard, says that last year, the big six global tech companies—Alphabet, Meta, Apple, Amazon, TikTok, Netflix—earned a combined total of US$11.5 billion in the Caribbean, and they are responsible for 67% of the region's Internet traffic.

Abraham tells PM: 'I will not shut up on crime'
RETIRED police supt Johnny Abraham slammed the Prime Minister for chastising him for talking about crime and criticising the leadership of the police service.

He also welcomed proposals by Opposition Leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar to make firearm user's licences (FULs) available to more people, including police officers, and stand-your-ground laws.

Ish Galbaransingh has passed away
Businessman Ishwar Galbaransingh has died. Confirmation of his death came from his wife Cheryl Monday afternoon.

Ishwar Galbaransingh dies

Family grieves for woman who died after fall from cliff at fete
Safety features may have prevented death

Cro Cro: Calypsonians not always right
He also could not say what the ruling would mean for the art form, in particular political and social-commentary calypsoes.

The legacy of Mother Ipyana – Irma Simonette
Simonette, who received the Hummingbird Medal (Silver) in 2011 for her contribution to culture, died on January 19 in Blue Range, Diego Martin, at her family home of the last 50 years. She was 90.

3 schoolboys in brutal attack on another student suspended
The three Diego Martin North Secondary students who brutally assaulted a Diego Martin Central student and left him unconscious along a roadway have been sent on extended suspension.

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