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POLICE SEIZE GUNS, DRUGS AND AMMO IN 319 OPERATIONS

The Royal Saint Lucia police force is reporting a number of successes in law enforcement operations in 2020. The island’s principal law enforcement agency has recorded the seizure of a large haul of narcotics, illicit firearms and ammunition as a result of hundreds of operations during the year.

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CORNELIUS LUBIN DIES

The island is mourning the loss of former permanent secretary in the ministry of health CorneliusLincoln Lubin obe, mbe, jp. The ex-deputy to former head of state, Dame Pearlette Louisy served in several capacities during his 59-year tenure in public service. Lubin was a teacher; police & probation officer; hospital …

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LABORIE CREDIT UNION DONATES LAPTOPS

Just over a month after announcing plans to assist its fourth form student members, 35 laptops were donated by the Laborie credit union on Wednesday. The financial institution says it is determined to keep a promise made to provide support to those in need during the pandemic.

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RESTAURANT OWNERS WARNS OF COLLAPSE OF SECTOR

The independent restaurant sector is calling on the current administration to provide immediate stimulus to help the sector. They say it is on the brink after months of lock-down measures to stave-off the covid-19 virus.

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FRANCIS VOWS IMPACS WILL BE RESOLVED BEFORE ELECTIONS

National security minister senator Hermangild Francis says the impacs investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings by members of the royal Saint Lucia police force will be addressed before Saint Lucians head-back to the polls. He made the declaration during a prime-time tv appearance on tuesday on one of the local networks.

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POLICE SEIZE GUNS, DRUGS AND AMMO IN 319 OPERATIONS

The Royal Saint Lucia police force is reporting a number of successes in law enforcement operations in 2020. The island’s principal law enforcement agency has recorded the seizure of a large haul of narcotics, illicit firearms and ammunition as a result of hundreds of operations during the year.

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SENATOR AUGIER SOUNDS ALARM BELLS ON TOURISM ECONOMY

Independent senator Adrian Augier has issued a dire warning about the fate of the Saint Lucian economy amid the global crisis. Augier is calling for better coordination and a more coherent policy to restart the key tourism based economy. The lawmaker believes that thus far, the response to the crisis …

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NO ARRESTS OVER BLACK LIVES MATTER RALLY?

It appears that the police will not be pursuing arrests of participants at the recent black lives matter rally at constitution park. However, acting police commissioner Milton Desir notes that participants broke the law by attending the event.

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