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GRAND JURY EXPECTED TO MAKE DECISION IN BOTHAM JEAN CASE TODAY

[Fox 4 News] A decision is expected Friday by a grand jury reviewing the case of an off-duty Dallas officer who shot a man dead in his own apartment. Amber Guyger is currently charged with manslaughter, but that could change after a grand jury decides to make an indictment of …

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HOMICIDE ON WATERWORKS ROAD

The Sounds Of Bullets Disturbed The Thursday Afternoon Calm, Along The Water-Works Road In Castries Near The Adelaides Home. When The Dust Settled, A Man Of Grass Street, Castries, Lay Dead, As A Result Of What Is Suspected To Have Been A Drive-By Shooting.

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STARTUP ST LUCIA

“Start Up Huddle St. Lucia”, Is On A Quest To Assist Young Persons Become Interested In Business. Michelle Samuel Who Is The Driver Behind This Enterprise Says There Are More Options Available For The Youth Than Is Commonly Believed.  

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MENTORING WORKSHOP

Young Persons In The South Of Saint Lucia Are Being Exposed To A Special Mentorship Programme Aimed At Assisting Them In Making Sensible Decisions That May Impact Their Lives. That The Programme May Soon Be Extended To Older Students Of The Community.

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SLBS ON CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

The Bureau Of Standards Is Calling On St. Lucian Consumers To Be Mindful During This Festive Season, Of The Commodities That They Purchase. The Bureau Says Some Products May Place Property And Lives At Risk.

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CIP CEO SAYS APPLICANT VETTING TIME IS DOWN BY 10 DAYS

Applicants Seeking St. Lucian Citizenship Will Soon Have To Wait For A Shorter Time To Receive Their Approval. The Citizenship By Investment Programme Is Working Towards Becoming More Competitive By Reducing The Waiting Time For Approval. This Move Towards Greater Efficiency May Raise Further Concerns From The International Community.

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WORLD DIABETES DAY

The St. Lucia Diabetic And Hypertension Association Is Warning Of The Increased Prevalence Of Diabetes Among Children. The Association Is Calling On Parents And Guardians To Do More To Protect Their Children From Those Lifestyle Diseases. November Is Being Observed As World Diabetes Month. Health Experts Are Appealing To Persons …

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OPPOSITION LEADER WARNS OF BANKING MONOPOLY

The St. Lucia Labour Party Has Sounded A Warning To The Government And People Of St. Lucia Regarding The Growing Trend Among Big Businesses, To Merge. On Tuesday The News Of The Sale Of Scotia Bank In 9 Caribbean Islands, Including St. Lucia, Caught Business Leaders And Governments Off Guard. …

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