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LIAT operations hampered by pilots reporting sick

Liat-Pic-2ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Chief Executive Officer of LIAT, David Evans, said the airline is “managing” cancellation of flights due to a spike in the number of pilots reporting sick.

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Bullets for Bodyguard

Four days after it was disclosed in an article in the Sunday Express that he was the personal security guard of a LifeSport director, 42-year-old Curtis Gibson was shot dead at his Malabar home yesterday.

Gibson, who was also known as “Tallman”, was the bodyguard of LifeSport’s  Deputy Director of Physical Education and Sport at the Ministry of Sport, Ruth Marchan.

ruth-2Marchan had hired Gibson as her bodyguard after she went public with a threat on her life and that of two senior officials at the Ministry of Sport following the suspension of the LifeSport programme to facilitate an audit by the Ministry of Finance.

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Woman accused of luring daughter into prostitution denied bail

gavel-2A domestic helper, accused of pimping out her 13-year-old daughter who has not attended school since last September, was yesterday remanded when she appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court.

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Jamaican charged with sex-trafficking denies being ‘global pimp’

Damion-St-Patrick-Baston-2MIAMI, United States,   CMC - A Jamaican national standing trial in the United States on sex-trafficking charges of pimping women around the world has denied the allegations.

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Get ready for by-elections

Antigua parliament-2ST. JOHN’S, Antigua,  CMC – Prime Minister Gaston Browne has warned his administration is prepared for early by-elections as opposition legislators made good on their threat to boycott the first sitting of the new Parliament following the June 12 general election.

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