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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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8 BORDELAIS INMATES TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID 19

The Bordelais correctional facility has been infiltrated by covid-19. Inmates have made their anxieties known, following the release of a video from behind prison walls. Now authorities are scrambling to put a plan of action in place to curb the spread of covid-19 at the prison.

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ON CALLS FOR SHUTDOWN

The cabinet of ministers is reportedly considering tougher restrictions to stem a staggering increase in covid-19 cases. Deliberations by the executive branch follows a meeting, Friday morning of the national emergency management advisory committee to discuss the nation’s pandemic response. Senior communications officer in the office of the prime minister, …

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THE UNSOLVED MURDER OF VICTOR MAURICE

Former city councilor Victor Maurice passed way at 5 am on Tuesday 28th January 2020. The well-known packaged nuts and berries vendor died from injuries sustained in a brazen shooting carried out by bandits outside his balata residence in November 2019. He joins a very long list of homicide victims …

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CHIEF EDUCATION OFFICER URGES PROTOCOL COMPLIANCE

Chief education officer dr. Fiona Philip-Mayer has reiterated the importance of following covid-19 protocols in the classroom. While face-to-face instruction for most students has been suspended for 10 days, special allowances were made for select students who preparing for exams. Dr. Mayer appealed to teachers, students’ parents and the wider …

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