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STATE OF EMERGENCY TAKES EFFECT, CURFEW IMPOSED

A state of emergency is now in full effect with the start of a curfew in St. Lucia as of 7pm Wednesday February 3rd 2021. The NEMAC endorsed decision has received the backing of a number of organizations which have pledged support for protocols to regain the upper hand against …

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BOSL RESPONDS TO CUSTOMER CONCERNS

Bank of Saint Lucia has responded to reports from its valued customers who expressed concern regarding fraudulent transactions on select accounts. While the financial institution has fraud monitoring measures in place, it further advises its customers to be vigilant in the use of debit and credit cards.

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BANDITS ROB FAMILY AT SUNNY ACRES BEACH

A family of five is calling for swift action from law enforcement after they were robbed by marauding bandits at Sunny Acres beach. The victims are urging authorities to ensure a greater police presence in the area which has become a magnet for criminals

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CSA SAYS ITS LIVES OVER LIVELIHOODS IN THE PANDEMIC

The president of the civil service association is stressing the importance of prioritizing lives over livelihoods. Cyprian Montroupe who cites the ten covid-19 related deaths in January, says immediate focus needs to be placed on worker safety.

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BORDELAIS INMATES LIVE STREAM THEIR PROTEST

Inmates at the Bordelias correctional facility took to social media on Tuesday to vent their frustration with the covid-19 pandemic response at the prison. Several inmates and a staff member have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

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VICTORY PENTECOSTAL CHURCH WANTS ACTION ON CRIME

A leading clergy-man has made an impassioned plea to the state and the nation to come together to combat the scourge of crime and violence. Bishop Thomas Eristhee is calling for unity of purpose, in rallying the nation to address the menacing threat to peace and security in Saint Lucia.

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COVID 19 WARDENS STRUGGLE TO EFFECT ARREST

The performance of the covid-19 wardens is under public scrutiny after a rough weekend on the job in the face of non-compliant members of the public. Video of a recent crack-down on offenders which has gone viral, is raising questions about the training and capacity of the well-meaning wardens.

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