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    The accused in the Roger Pratt Case have been found guilty in the death of the British national. The long awaited verdict came on Friday February 21st 2020, putting an end to a pro…

  • TOP COP ISSUES STERN WARNING TO BIKER BOYS

    Authorities have put motorcycle enthusiasts on notice ahead of the annual independence round the island bike ride. Acting top cop Milton Desir has threatened to pull the plug on ac…

  • PM DEFENDS HANDLING OF COVID 19 SCARE

    The covid-19 scare had many eyes looking towards the political leaders for guidance. However, the perceived frequent absence of prime minister Allen Chastanet, had detractors heavi…

  • February 21st, 2020 Epoll

    Are you impressed with WASCO’s handling of the ongoing situation? …

  • SAINT LUCIAN BRITISH SOLDIERS HOME FOR INDEPENDENCE

    For the first time ever, native Saint Lucian soldiers in the British army will be participating in Saint Lucia’s independence day celebrations. The soldiers who are home for indepe…

  • JULIAN MONROSE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SLTU PRESIDENCY

    It appears to be the end of an era for the St. Lucia teachers union (SLTU). There will be a new person at the helm of the storied organization. Outgoing president Julian Monrose is…

  • COPS TIGHT LIPPED ON DEAD BODY DISCOVERY

    Law enforcement officials are confirming the discovery of a decapitated body at the Atlantic shores riding stable in vieux fort. During a media conference on Thursday, authorities …

  • CCC WORKERS REMEMBER COLLEAGUE

    It was exactly ten years ago Wednesday when 52-year-old corporal Vincent Trevor peters lost his life after he and his colleague were ambushed by a gunman. Corporal peters was shot …

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TOP COP ISSUES STERN WARNING TO BIKER BOYS

Authorities have put motorcycle enthusiasts on notice ahead of the annual independence round the island bike ride. Acting top cop Milton Desir has threatened to pull the plug on activities, if the biker boys fail to adhere to the law of the land during the weekend festivities.

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PM DEFENDS HANDLING OF COVID 19 SCARE

The covid-19 scare had many eyes looking towards the political leaders for guidance. However, the perceived frequent absence of prime minister Allen Chastanet, had detractors heavily criticizing where his priorities lie. Now, answering to his name, Chastanet says he remains confident in the abilities of the individuals tasked with handling …

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JULIAN MONROSE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SLTU PRESIDENCY

It appears to be the end of an era for the St. Lucia teachers union (SLTU). There will be a new person at the helm of the storied organization. Outgoing president Julian Monrose is no longer eligible to run for re-election. Nominations for the executive of the SLTU were held …

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COPS TIGHT LIPPED ON DEAD BODY DISCOVERY

Law enforcement officials are confirming the discovery of a decapitated body at the Atlantic shores riding stable in vieux fort. During a media conference on Thursday, authorities revealed that the head of the corpse was also found at a separate location some miles away.

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CCC WORKERS REMEMBER COLLEAGUE

It was exactly ten years ago Wednesday when 52-year-old corporal Vincent Trevor peters lost his life after he and his colleague were ambushed by a gunman. Corporal peters was shot multiple times about 9:00pm, on Friday the 19th of February, 2010, at the Castries waterfront, on the john Compton highway. …

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