• Soufriere man beaten to death, Homicide 11

    A 57-year old Soufriere man has died in what residents tell News4orce is a family feud that came to a head. Reports out of Diamond, Soufriere indicate that the victim, known affect…

  • 21 year-old motorcyclist dies after Cacoa crash

    21 year Clement Maximim reportedly succumbed to traumatic injuries after a head-on auto crash late Wednesday afternoon [23 May] in Cacoa, Babonneau. The 21-year old was the rider o…

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    The Education Minister says her department has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse.  Dr. Gale Rigobert’s comments follow reports that a ward at the Boys Training Centre (BTC) …

  • Amid the rising price of petroleum products, the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) is now contemplating the way forward where bus fares are concerned. This was the …

  • LA CLERY RESIDENTS URGE AUTHORITIES TO HALT CDC DEMOLITION

    In the wake of the untimely death of one of their own, residents of La Clery have formed an organisation to advocate for affordable housing in the community. Members of the Tafari …

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Soufriere man beaten to death, Homicide 11

A 57-year old Soufriere man has died in what residents tell News4orce is a family feud that came to a head. Reports out of Diamond, Soufriere indicate that the victim, known affectionately as ‘Beben’ was beaten with a sharp object. They say his body was removed from the scene around …

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21 year-old motorcyclist dies after Cacoa crash

21 year Clement Maximim reportedly succumbed to traumatic injuries after a head-on auto crash late Wednesday afternoon [23 May] in Cacoa, Babonneau. The 21-year old was the rider of a motorcycle that collided with a truck. EMTs responding to the crash said Maximin sustained ‘scalp lacerations’ and multiple ‘extremity fractures’ about the …

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Amid the rising price of petroleum products, the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) is now contemplating the way forward where bus fares are concerned. This was the agenda of a meeting convened on 23 May by the organisation’s general council.  

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LUPUS ASSOCIATION LAUNCHES ‘LUPUS KNOWS NO BOUNDARIES’

This lupus awareness month, the St. Lucia Arthritis and Lupus Association (SLALA) wants members of the public to know that “lupus knows no boundaries.” The association recently teamed up with the Spartan Health Sciences University to host a special education forum on the illness.

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THE IMO AUDITS LOCAL MARITIME SECTOR

Saint Lucia’s maritime sector is to benefit from an audit being conducted here by the International Maritime Organisation. The St. Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Port Services are instrumental in facilitating this exercise. 

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