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MAN DENIED BAIL AFTER COPS FIND ARSENAL IN HOUSE

One man was arrested and charged for illegal firearm possession after police officers with search warrants in hand, found a veritable arsenal at a Bois D’Orange home. A magistrate has denied bail in the case amid growing public outrage over the rise in gun crime on Saint Lucia.

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OFFICIALS RELEASE QUARANTINE – COVID 19 UPDATE

One man was arrested and charged for illegal firearm possession after police officers with search warrants in hand, found a veritable arsenal at a Bois D’Orange home. A magistrate has denied bail in the case amid growing public outrage over the rise in gun crime on Saint Lucia.

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OFFICIALS RELEASE QUARANTINE – COVID 19 UPDATE

Public health officials say there are no coronavirus cases in Saint Lucia or the Caribbean region. Authorities continue to fact-check a number of erroneous reports surrounding covid-19 on social media networks and digital platforms with the latest hoax on Guyana. Chief medical officer, Dr. Sharon Belmar-George in her latest public …

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SPARTAN HOSTS YOGA SYMPOSIUM

Medical doctors in training were recently given insight in the therapeutic benefits of yoga in the treatment process. Yoga is a Hindu spiritual discipline which, includes breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures and is widely practiced for health and relaxation. The spartan health science university …

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SAINT LUCIA RECORD 7TH ROAD FATALITY IN 2020

St. Lucia recorded its 7th road fatality for the year along the Bexon highway on Friday 14th February, 2020. Fire and law enforcement officials have expressed deep condolences with the death of 26 year old Aldon Joseph – son of chief fire officer Joseph Joseph.

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LOW KEY AFFAIR FOR SECOND HORSE RACING EVENT

The DSH Caribbean Star Limited racecourse facility played host to another horse-racing event put on by the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club on Sunday February 16th 2020. Although there was not much fan-fare leading up to the second horse racing event given the fallout from recent geopolitical events, organizers are …

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SAINT LUCIAN REPRESENTATIVES TO ATTEND WORLD SUMMIT 2020 IN KOREA

(PRESS RELEASE) – Despite the global panic around the coronavirus outbreak, three Saint Lucian delegates, joined the 7,000 heads of state, entrepreneurs, academics, media and religious leaders who journeyed to the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Korea from February 3-5 for peace talks to contribute their expertise to bringing solutions to conflict …

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THE DISCUSSION ON ST.LUCIA’S NEW SERVICES POLICY

(PRESS RELEASE) – The Government of Saint Lucia achieved a new and significant milestone when the Cabinet of Ministers approved a National Services Policy along with the Services Sector Strategy and Action Plans for four (4) priority Service Sectors namely; (1)Creative Industries (2) Information and Communications Technology (ICT) (3) Professional Services …

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MACE SPRAYING SENIOR SENDS CROWD SCURRYING FOR SAFETY

It was a chaotic scene in the middle of the capital on valentine’s day, as our news crew happened upon an attack on a man in constitution park by an elderly woman brandishing mace. Visibly shaken, bystanders were sent scampering as the caustic and pungent smell of the fumes from …

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FEMALE PASSENGER ROBBED AT GUN POINT ON BUS

An early morning valentine’s day robbery on a bocage bus left one woman without her valuables. The bus-driver says the brazen incident left the victim traumatized. Efforts by fellow passengers to track down the perpetrator who was armed with a gun proved futile.

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