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NO FIRE WORKS DISPLAYS FOR NEWS YEAR’S CELEBRATIONS

There will be no ringing-in the new year with the traditional fire works shows illuminating the night sky, as saint lucia looks toward 2021. The covid-19 pandemic has put a damper on another time-honoured tradition. As part of an effort to discourage mass gatherings to curb the spread of the …

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HOMICIDE#55 SUNBILT SHOOTING VICTIM DIES

A day labourer is Saint Lucia’s latest homicide victim. 35 year old Shane Adelson, who was shot multiple times at Sunbilt on Monday afternoon has died. The man who has been described as very helpful by residents, was pursued by relentless assailants, who inflicted multiple gunshot wounds on the hapless …

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BABONNEAU MAN DIES AFTER BEING TIED, MAIMED AND BURNT

Shock and dismay in the community of Chassin, Babonneau after a disturbing video of a victim of a horrendous assault goes viral. Law enforcement officials are putting the pieces together, following the gruesome homicide of a man from Chassin , who was rescued from a burning dwelling with his hands …

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MAN STABBED TO DEATH AT RAVINE CHABOT, MURDER AT BOGUIS

Shock and dismay in the community of Chassin, Babonneau after a disturbing video of a victim of a horrendous assault goes viral. Law enforcement officials are putting the pieces together, following the gruesome homicide of a man from Chassin , who was rescued from a burning dwelling with his hands …

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COPS FIND MORE ILLEGAL GUNS, SEIZE ANOTHER AK 47 RIFLE

The Royal Saint Lucia police force has made another startling recovery of a military grade machine gun. The seizure of an ak-47 – the second such find for 2020, was one of three separate operations during the Christmas observances that resulted in the arrest and confiscation of illegal firearms.

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VIEUX FORT SCHOOL HAMPER DONATION

Faculty at the Vieux-Fort infant school say they are aware of the trials and tribulations facing some families during the covid-19 pandemic. The school solicited assistance from corporate St. Lucia to contribute food hampers to students in the community.

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NYC BEMOANS FLARE UP IN HOMICIDES

The family and friends of Saint Lucia’s latest homicide victims will be experiencing their first Christmas without their slain loved ones. The country was rocked this week by four homicides in less than three days and the heinous sexual assault of an elderly woman. The national youth council which has …

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TRIBUTES POUR IN FOR THE SLAIN FORMER COACH

Tributes continue to pour in for late bus driver Melvin Charles. A long-time childhood friend and local sporting stand-out is paying homage to the former basketball coach. The slain bus driver – Saint Lucia’s 48th homicide victim of 2020, was well known for his sporting prowess during his formative years, …

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