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ANNELA WILSON LAID TO REST

24-year old nursing student Annella Wilson – Saint Lucia’s latest high profile victim of intimate partner violence was laid to rest on Thursday following a moving funeral service at the minor basilica of the immaculate conception in Castries.

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OPPOSITION GANJA REFORM A CAMPAIGN PLOY

The opposition has joined a host critics who are questioning the government’s handling of a separate statutory instrument and cabinet conclusion. They claim the actions of the current UWP administration are deeply flawed and open to legal challenge.

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OPPOSITION LABELS UWP GANJA REFORM A CAMPAIGN PLOY

The opposition has joined a host critics who are questioning the government’s handling of a separate statutory instrument and cabinet conclusion. They claim the actions of the current UWP administration are deeply flawed and open to legal challenge.

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POLICE SEIZE ILLEGAL WEAPONS

The royal St. Lucia police force continues to crack down on illegal firearm possession in the wake of a recent upsurge in gun-related violence. Six more persons are now in custody following dawn raids in the north of Saint Lucia on Friday. The operations have taken the tally of weapons …

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AUTHORITIES PROBE SUSPECTED SUICIDE

The local taxi fraternity is once again in mourning. Law enforcement officers are investigating the apparent death by suicide of a 54-year-old man. Now his brother is warning the public not to ignore the tell-tale signs of depression.

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SAINT LUCIAN ARTIST IN BRONX WRITES WRITES SONG TO BRING POSITIVE CHANGE, INSPIRED BY GEORGE FLOYD

VIA NEWS 12: http://bronx.news12.com/story/42415987/bronx-musician-pens-song-inspired-by-the-death-of-george-floyd-in-the-hope-of-sparking-change Link to Video: Bronx musician is using his voice to spark change, after the death of George Floyd prompted him to change course and write a new song. Phil Nessy has been writing and recording songs for years, and recently was working on a song about the coronavirus. “I was in …

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FRESH START INCENTIVES RAISE EYEBROWS

A former independent senator is raising concerns about a statutory instrument used by government to grant a host of concessions to a construction company under the fiscal incentives act. Business-man Everitus Jn marie believes the move is tantamount to executive over-reach.

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