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Feuding students damage Route 5F bus

A Route (5F) bus operator on Wednesday became the unsuspecting target of an alleged gang attack. Rival factions from the state-backed community college reportedly endangered passengers and caused extensive damage to the minibus.

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SMA President touts significant strides in 2014

The St. Lucia Manufacturers Association [SMA] convened their 13th annual general meeting on Tuesday April 21st. The SMA’S President Ronald Ramjatan presented to the membership what he regards as significant progress over the past 12 months.

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Invest St. Lucia host domestic forum

Invest St. Lucia is making a renewed push for local business. On Tuesday, Invest St. Lucia engaged key stakeholders in the private and public sectors on strategies to strengthen support structures and boost home-grown investment.

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Soca artiste laid to rest

One of St. Lucia’s budding soca and reggae talents was laid to rest on Tuesday. Valentine Moise better known as Mubarak was suspected to have committed suicide on April 2nd – days after his 41st birthday.

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Guinness rewards contest winners

Anthony Evans of Marisule Gros – Islet is the lucky winner of a 2014 Yamaha motorcycle, which was part of the month-long Guinness Rev Up Under the Crown promotion.

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Shell-shocked media gets grief councelling

The ministry of health on Monday facilitated an emergency counselling session for St. Lucia’s media practitioners. Clinical psychologist Jeanelle Nelson and human services director Elizabeth Lewis debriefed the media personnel who are on the frontline of the coverage a recent spate of fatal shootings.

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Police walk-through crime hotbed

Police retrieved ammunition used in deadly assault weapons such as the M-16, during the conduct of an operation in the Wilton’s Yard area in Castries on Monday, April 20th, 2015. The urban community and the nearby Chausee Road has been a hot-bed of gun violence over the past few weeks, …

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Beleagured Lambirds students gone AWOL

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force has confirmed that several persons allegedly involved in St. Lucia’s largest human trafficking scandal are apparently missing. The purported students vanished on the weekend and now a frantic search is underway by local authorities.

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