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BODY RECOVERED NEAR DENNERY ISLET

The body of a 60-year-old man was found in the waters off the coast of Dennery on Monday. Saint Lucia has witnessed a rash of reports of floating bodies just off the shore of a number of coastal communities over the past several days.  

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FIVE INJURED IN PICKUP CRASH

A road crash which left several people injured along the Micoud highway was just one of the emergencies, first responders of the Saint Lucia fire services had to contend with on the weekend.  

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MONTOUTE WELCOMES RODNEY BAY ROAD PROJECT

Gros-islet MP Lenard “Spider” Montoute has welcomed the Rodney Bay highway road improvement project. The two-term parliamentarian says the works are the manifestation of a campaign promise.  

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CUSTOMS DETAINS ERNEST HILAIRE’S VEHICLE

Customs comptroller Peter Chicot had issued an ultimatum to Dr. Ernest Hilaire to produce relevant paper-work on the importation of his SUV or face the seizure of the vehicle. Now the authorities have made good on that warning by taking possession of the vehicle in the middle of the night.

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TWO HURT AFTER CAR SMASHES INTO HOUSE

The police are investigating a motor vehicular accident on the Bexon highway on Thursday night. The fire service received word of a collision around 10:10 pm Thursday after a car crashed into a building.  

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SOCIAL GATHERINGS SUSPENDED AS COVID 19 CASES RISE

The National Emergency Management Advisory committee has rolled out a new set of stiffer penalties to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Health officials fear that if the virus is not contained in quick time, Saint Lucia’s numbers could triple in short order. The command center provided the nation with …

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HIGH COURT DISMISSES CASE AGAINST REHANI ISIDORE

The high court has thrown out the crown prosecution’s case against news reporter Rehani Isidore. The journalist was accused by the state of phoning in a bomb threat at the George FL Charles airport in February 2019. Now, the high court this week dismissed the case forthwith.  

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NO CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE OF THE BACKDOOR THEORY

Health officials concede that they still cannot conclusively say that evidence exists, that illegal entry is to blame for the rise in covid-19 cases in Saint Lucia. While officials investigate possible links, they are also taking a closer look at established protocols to fine-tune the management of covid-19 cases.  

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