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COPS BREAK UP PAN SUNDAY IN CASTRIES EAST

Police were called in to disperse participants of the latest “pan Sunday” activities in the heart of Castries east this past weekend, after someone allegedly lodged a complaint about the noise. Supporters of the opposition Saint Lucia Labor Party have been hitting the streets every Sunday, since the 5th anniversary …

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GUY JOSEPH SCOFFS AT PAJOH LETTER ALLEGATIONS

 Minister for economic development, guy joseph is once again dismissing allegations of mis-conduct in the Pajoh’s letter saga. The Castries south east MP who addressed the controversy on his UWP show on Monday, is questioning the intellectual capacity and sincerity of the main opposition Saint Lucia Labor party which has …

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PWA REACTS TO NEWS OF RSLPF US SANCTIONS RELIEF

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has hailed the announcement of partial us sanctions relief for the royal Saint Lucia police force. However, the PWA contends despite this development, it does not address the cloud of suspicion which continues to hang over the heads of the officers implicated in the ill-fated …

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FRANCIS FIRES BACK AT CRIME MANAGEMENT CRITICISM

Crime management continues to be a hot button issue, with a former minister for national security launching a blistering attack on the current holder of the office for his handling of the scrooge of violence. Now, the minister for national security Hermangild Francis has issued a scathing riposte of his …

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MEDIA, POLICE SLAMMED FOR CONTAINER DRUG BUST COVERAGE

The continued lack of information in a major drug bust in April, 2021, has drawn the ire of some members of the public, who demanding a level of consistency from the press and law enforcement. The media in particular has been raked over Hot coals by critics, who point to …

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TROPICAL WAVE DUMPS HEAVY SHOWERS ON SAINT LUCIA

Officials are urging residents in low lying areas to proceed with caution, as a tropical wave continues to blanket Saint Lucia with heavy rain. The national emergency management organization and the met office say the Thursday thunderstorms are a stark reminder of severe weather during the annual Atlantic hurricane season.

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US EASES SOME LEAHY LAW RESTRICTIONS ON RSLPF

The U.S government has relaxed some of the leahy law sanctions on the royal Saint Lucia police force. The big announcement was made on Friday at a joint US/Saint Lucia security briefing with prime minister Allen Chastanet and the us ambassador to Barbados and the eastern Caribbean in attendance. The …

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