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Man Gunned Down In Ravine Poison, Homicide #34

The shooting death of a Vanard man on Wednesday night has brought St. Lucia’s homicide count for 2017 to 34. Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 41-year-old Sherwin Auguste also known as “Shervy”.

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Venezuelan Embassy Not Informed Of Visa Plan

The resident Venezuelan ambassador to Saint Lucia says she has received no indication from government concerning placing visa restrictions on Venezuelan nationals wishing to enter the country. During Monday’s pre-cabinet presser, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet announced indicated to the media that he had asked immigration officials here to prepare a …

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Joachim Henry Denies Allegations Of Wrongdoing

The back-and-forth over the controversial national lotteries authority (NLA) minister’s account continues with senator Joachim Henry placing the burden of proof on the government. Both the government and the opposition have been engaging in a sparring session over direct awards and the execution of contracts. The latest row also involves …

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Fedee Seeks To Clarify RSL Misconceptions, Again

The minister responsible for information & broadcasting has sought to clarify what he says are misconceptions about the dissolution of the nation’s station. As announced, state-owned radio Saint Lucia closed its doors formally on July 31st, 2017, with most employees save for about 3, continuing minimal operations in the interim.

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Waste Authority On Garbage Collection Concerns

The Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority is responding to public concerns about the collection of garbage in two Castries Communities. Residents of Ciceron and lower Morne Du Don have been complaining that the agencies responsible for garbage collection have been irregular in their operations. They say this has resulted …

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Stray Dogs Posing Threat To Nesting Sea-Turtles

Stray dogs in Castries are not only a problem for the Castries constituency council, but the department of fisheries is also concerned about their presence in the city. According to the department’s communication’s assistant, stray dogs are affecting the sea turtle population.

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