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HEALTH OFFICIALS WARN OF POSSIBLE 4TH COVID-19 WAVE

Saint Lucia may be on the brink of a 4th wave of the covid-19 virus. That’s the grim assessment of health officials at a media briefing on Tuesday to update the public on Saint Lucia’s covid-19 statistics. Health experts continue to stress the importance of adhering to mitigation measures to …

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MAN WHO LOST PARTNER TO COVID-19, YEARNS TO SAY GOOD-BYE

Covid-19 is not only robbing Saint Lucians of loved ones, but the opportunity to say good-bye to the dearly departed. Due to the highly contagious nature of the virus, there are strict guidelines on the handling of the remains of someone who has died due to covid-19 complications. These restrictions …

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TWO INJURED IN BRUTAL CUTLASS ATTACK

A cutlass wielding man sent two residents of the Bois Patat area to hospital following a brutal Un-provoked attack on Monday. One of the victims remains in medical care nursing serious wounds. The other survivor is exhorting the authorities to locate the assailant who is still at large.

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TWO PROMIENT RASTAFARIANS RESPECTFULLY DISAGREE

Two prominent members of the Rastafarian faith who were at odds on a number of issues of public concern say there is no bad blood. Peter “Ras Ipa” Isaac and Aaron Alexander were split on the recent controversy surrounding the SDA church confrontation, involving Castries south east hopeful Joachim henry. …

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OPM WARNS OF FAKE PM AIR TRAVEL MANIFEST

The office of the prime minister has sought to clear the air on a recent private airline travel manifest purporting to be that of prime minister Allen Chastanet. Senior aides claim reports of a trip on a private jet are false

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NCOPT CALLS FOR POLICE PRESENCE ON BUS STOPS AFTER STUDENT-ROBBERIES

The national Council on Public Transportion (NCOPT) has responded to calls for the re-location of bus facilities in known hot spots, after accounts of students being robbed of their belongings. The NCOPT has echoed the sentiments of concerned parents and education officials for increased police presence in these areas.

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JUSTICE REGIS TO RECEIVE HONORARY DEGREE

Saint Lucian-born retired justice in Canada Gregory Regis will join human rights advocate and nobel prize winner Malala in receiving an honorary degree from a prestigious university in Canada. The former CBC-TV director was a trail blazer in the Canadian justice system who broke a number of racial barriers on …

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