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Frederick deplores rising gun crime in capital

The recent spate of gang violence in Castries has gained the attention of the MP for Castries Central Richard Frederick. Frederick says he is appalled at the blatant disrespect for human life. He advises that the authorities make a more concerted effort to tackle the problem.

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More gunplay in capital city

Following a deadly shooting on the weekend, gun-shots again rang out in the inner city. Shortly after 10 am on Monday, citizens were sent scurrying for cover on the bustling Jeremie Street after a gunman opened fire reportedly at rival factions.

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Montoute indifferent about run-off

Staunch supporters of United Workers Party [UWP] Gros Islet candidate Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute have dismissed calls for a run-off in the constituency. Now the deputy UWP leader is speaking out on a possible show-down with controversial new comer Jeana Cornielle.

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Men dominate health hotline calls

It’s been one week since the launch of Saint Lucia’s first national suicide prevention help-line. Officials say, they have been inundated with genuine calls for assistance. However, the authorities want prank callers to stop phoning in, placing those who really need help at risk.

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Ex-Top cop calls out Mayers

Former top cop Ausbert Regis, has taken issue with comments made by former National Security Minister Guy Mayers. Mayers has accused the SLP administration of mistreating the current police commissioner Vernon Francois, after the top cop had his vacation leave extended for the second time in three months. However Regis …

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Football players furore over facilities

A local football team has expressed disappointment in invest St. Lucia’s handling of a matter involving a play-ground. The footballers claim that the agency with out consultation dismantled some of their make-shift facilities.

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Corneile remains defiant

The constitutionality of a public servant’s foray into active politics continues to spur national debate. However, the head of St. Lucia’s largest public trade union is standing by the government employee, calling for sweeping reform of the staff orders of the public service.

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OECS fashion garment industry push

The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States [OECS] commission is embarking on a new frontier in the fashion and garment industry in the sub-region. With that said, policy makers are devising a plan of action to take the latent industry to the next level.

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