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JOSEPH WORRIED ABOUT ROAD SAFETY

Minister for transport Guy Joseph is alarmed by the staggering rate of traffic crashes on Saint Lucia’s roadways. First responders have been stretched to the limit with scores of emergency calls to the protective services.

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BOGUIS DOUBLE HOMICIDE UPDATE

Law enforcement officers are calling for the swift return of one of the weapons at the scene of a double homicide at Boguis on the weekend. Two young men of the community were dead with gunshot wounds on Saturday January 25th 2020.

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POLICE OFFICERS RECEIVE RAPE INVESTIGATION TRAINING

Law enforcement officers are undergoing training in the investigation of rape and sexual assault cases. The opening of a major training workshop officers of the royal saint Lucia police force the vulnerable persons unit (vpu) was held on Monday January 27th 2020. supported by the British high commission, officials say …

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FIRE OFFICERS UNDERGO DRIVER TRAINING PRACTICAL

The Saint Lucia fire service is taking to steps to lessen the chances of its personnel becoming the latest statistic on saint Lucia’s harrowing roadways. With a recent upswing in traffic collisions, fire officers underwent an intense training regimen to improve their handling of emergency vehicles. The goal is to …

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NEWS REPORT SAFETY AT SEA TRAINING WORKSHOP

A week long session for the training of trainers in fishers’ at sea safety took place at the Belle Jou Hotel earlier this week in Saint Lucia, the session’s aim to teach and bring awareness to new methods implemented for the safety of fishermen.

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THE LABORIE HISTORY PROJECT

A group of citizens is designing a history project to chronicle the story of the quaint village of Laborie. The assignment forms part of activities in observance of the 2020 Nobel laureate festival.

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THE IMPLICATIONS OF HILAIRE VS CHASTANET

Legal Observers Warn That The Recent Court Of Appeal Decision In The Ernest Hilaire/Allen Chastanet Defamation Case Could Have Far-Reaching Implications For Saint Lucia. The Court Of Appeal Overturned A High Court Ruling, That The Prime Minister Could Not Use An English Law As A Defence In The Defamation Suit …

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POLICE MOUNT CHECKPOINTS IN CRIME FIGHT

Members of the special services unit of the royal Saint Lucia police were out in force on Friday, as law enforcement continues to ramp-up operations in response to a recent rise in crime. Saint Lucia has been rocked by gun violence and property crimes which have cause injury and the …

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