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CASTRIES MAYOR DEFENDS BROTHER IN VIEUX FORT SOUTH SPAT

It appears that former prime minister dr. Kenny Anthony’s contribution to the debate on the 2021/2022 estimates has touched a nerve of one of the Francis siblings. Mayor of Castries Peterson Francois has leapt to the defence of his brother – national security minister Hermangild Francis. The Vieux Fort south …

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RASTAFARIAN COMMUNITY SITS-DOWN WITH CMO

Public health authorities sat-down with members of the Rastafarian community on Tuesday to discuss the covid-19 vaccination program. The meeting was also intended to allay the concerns of the religious sect, which has historically harboured reservations about the process.

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GROS ISLET BUS ASSOCIATION SECRETARY SHOT DEAD

Secretary of the Gros-Islet minibus owners association Hermia Lorde was fatally shot on the Gros-Islet bus stand on the morning of Saturday, march 20th The reprehensible crime committed during a month designated to commemorating women the World over, has plunged the transportation sector and the nation into mourning.

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VETERINARIAN APPALLED BY LOCAL ANIMAL ABUSE VIRAL VIDEO

The acting chief veterinary officer has condemned a gut-wrenching video of young men hurling helpless dogs off a cliff. The official who examined the video on Monday says these actions are cause for concern and demonstrates blatant disregard for the sanctity of life.

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GUN VIOLENCE TRIGGERS STRENUOUS WEEKEND FOR SLFS

Which was punctuated by a slew of shootings and violence, placed considerable strain on the fire department. First responders were called out to at least five shooting incidents and a number of physical altercations. The department responded to 84 ambulance calls between Friday, march 19th and Monday, March 22nd 2021.

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GROS ISLET BUS ASSOCIATION SECRETARY SHOT DEAD

Secretary of the Gros-Islet minibus owners association Hermia Lorde was fatally shot on the Gros-Islet bus stand on the morning of Saturday, march 20th The reprehensible crime committed during a month designated to commemorating women the World over, has plunged the transportation sector and the nation into mourning.  

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