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FATAL SHOOTING IN LA FARGUE CHOISEUL, MAN FOUND DEAD

The community of la Fargue, Choiseul was shattered by deadly violence on the weekend. Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of 48-year-old Morrison joseph who was found unresponsive in a pool blood at his residence on Sunday July 26th, 2020. Its just the latest in a spate of violent crimes …

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TOCO DONATES TO KIWANIS CLUB

The Kiwanis club of Castries presented hampers and shoes to raise your voice St. Lucia on Friday. The donation will be distributed to those in need. The contributions were made possible through Kiwanis members, massy stores and Tenderoni.

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WHO CALLS FOR GREATER LEADERSHIP

The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling for the emergence of leadership – both civic and political to spearhead the fight against the covid-19 pandemic. The who says everyone can and ought to play a part in this global effort, by taking personal responsibility and encouraging others to do the …

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TRACING SAINT LUCIA’S SAINT VINCENT COVID 19 CASE

The health ministry awaits the test results of workers and family members who were in close contact with the Saint Lucia national who tested positive for Covid-19 in St. Vincent. According to chief medical officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-eorge, none of the contacts of the individual are showing symptoms of the …

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NEMO URGES VIGILANCE AS GONZALO APPROACHES

Disaster officials in Saint Lucia are keeping close tabs on tropical storm Gonzalo which is expected to affect the southern windward islands on Saturday July 24th 2020. Officials at the national emergency management organization, warn that although Saint Lucia might be spared a direct hit, heavy rains are forecast.

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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR TACKLING CRIME?

Senator Hermangild Francis says the national security minister cannot direct the police commissioner or the justice system on how to do their jobs. According to senator Francis, his role is to provide the resources to facilitate law enforcement and the judiciary in carrying out their duties.

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MINISTER MONTOUTE WEIGHS IN ON EX COVICT REMARKS

Opinion is split on Castries south east MP guy joseph’s disparaging remarks about MBC reporter Miguel Fervier. Former chief medical officer and independent senator dr. Stephen king, believes the minister should apologize. However, supporters of joseph claim the media is to blame.

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