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CHOISEUL LOBSTERMAN ROBBED

Some 200 pounds of lobster have been stolen from an elderly Choiseul lobster-man. The senior citizen who depends on the catch for his livelihood says the theft of the lobster has set him back financially.

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JOSEPH CALLS OUT DELINQUENT BUS DRIVERS, COMMUTERS

Transport minister guy joseph is appealing to the travelling public to exercise greater personal responsibilty in response to the covid-19 pandemic. Joseph is advising both commuters and operators to abide by the protocols in the mass transportation sector.

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ROTARY CLUB MOURNS DR KEITH SCOTLAND

The rotary club is paying homage to well-known veterinarian dr. Keith Scotland. The man at the helm of rotary says the sudden death of the medical practitioner is a heart-breaking loss for the organization. President Leathan Khan says dr. Scotland’s passing has left a huge void in the club.

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NEMAC ACTIVATES MEASURES TO CURB RISE IN COVID 19 CASES

The National Emergency Management Advisory Committee has announced revised measures to curb in-community spread of covid-19. The NEMAC met on Friday in the wake of concerns over the last four covid-19 cases having no known travel history. Although, authorities are loath to impose a complete lockdown, they concede that the …

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OPPOSITION SLP WARNS AGAINST COVID 19 COMPLACENY

The Saint Lucia Labor party is pushing back at what it says are rumours surrounding the October 5th protest march and recent developments in the management of the covid-19 pandemic. Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre who is urging Saint Lucians to cooperate with the authorities, has expressed concern about the …

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