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HISTORY-MAKING WIN FOR JEREMIAH NORBERT IN MICOUD NORTH

SLP candidate Jeremiah Norbert has made history after capturing the last bastion of the united workers party – Micoud North. The former police man, pulled off one of the biggest upsets in Saint Lucia’s electoral history, with victory over former education minister Dr. Gale Rigobert.

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29-YEAR-OLD MAN GUNNED DOWN IN JACMEL

The tragic life and death of 29-year-old Jonathan ben has left the community of Anse La Raye reeling. The young victim who lost his mother to violence many years ago, was gunned down in cold blood in full view of eye-witnesses during a political motorcade in Jacmel on Thursday night …

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POLICE TURN OUT IN LARGE NUMBERS TO VOTE

The 2021 general election voting process got underway on Friday, with advancing polling by members of the respective protective services. Advanced voters, especially the police flocked to the polls on Friday morning, starting off the general elections with a bang.

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GUY JOSEPH ISSUES WARNING OVER INDUCEMENT ALLEGATIONS

With just days to go before Saint Lucians cast their ballots in the 2021 general elections, allegations of inducement involving some of the main contenders in the race from over a decade ago have resurfaced. However, the man at the center of the controversy is sending a strong warning to …

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EX-PM MIKEY PILGRIM ENDORSE KING’S BLUE WAVE

Former Saint Lucia prime minister, Michael Pilgrim, has come out in support of Castries north MP, Stephenson King, who recently announced that he will be taking part in the July 26th general elections as an independent candidate. Pilgrim described king as astute, experienced, Hard-working and committed, and an individual who …

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TOCO FOUNDATION DONATES FOOD ITEMS

They Often Cry Outreach (TOCO) foundation is continuing its drive to help those most in need during the covid-19 pandemic. The foundation gifted grocery items to distribute to various social clubs.

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