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TEEN DUO REMANDED ON MURDER CHARGE

The 16-year-old duo on murder charges in connection with the shooting death of a 74-year-old Marchand resident appeared in the first district court on January 7.  Shaquille Lionel and Walter Hofer were arrested on January 3rd, – roughly one week after three people including two 15-year-olds were shot on Marchand …

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BANDITS TARGET DAX

Thousands in cash and goods were reportedly stolen from local wholesaler DAX enterprises over the weekend. Company officials say they are cooperating with law enforcement to bring the perpetrators to justice.

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ST LUCIA CELEBRATES JAZZ SINGER POPPY AJUDHA

A jazz singer who boasts Saint Lucian roots and a recent endorsement by former US President Barack Obama is currently on island and is expected to make a series of appearances this week. Poppy Ajudha is already on a social media blitz, updating her Instagram and Facebook accounts from Saint …

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SANDALS TO BAN STYROFOAM PRODUCTS

Sandals resorts international has said that effective next month, it will eliminate all Styrofoam products from its operation across the region. A number of Caribbean countries have already banned the use of plastics. Deputy chairman of sandals resorts international Adam Stewart said after banning plastic straws, stirrers, laundry bags and …

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CSA LOOKS AHEAD IN 2019

Saint Lucia’s largest trade union – the Civil Service Association has its 2019 agenda set on securing benefits for thousands of its members employed in the public service.

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NWU WANTS EMPLOYERS TO REJECT BAD ADVICE

The National Workers Union (NWU) is calling on employers to ensure that they receive sound advice on industrial relations from experts. The NWU was responding to a St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce press release on the high incidence of lawsuits being filed by workers against their bosses.  

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POLICE SUGGEST MEASURES TO REDUCE TRAFFIC CONGESTION

Deputy Commissioner of police Milton Desir believes that the expansion of the road network and drivers being more courteous could help alleviate traffic congestion. Desir responded to questions on the issue at a St. Lucia Air and Seaports Authority press conference on Friday.

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