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August 17th Police Launch Crime Scene Awareness Campaign

The Crime And Intelligence Unit Of The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force Is Embarking On A Campaign To Apprise The Public On The Do’s And Don’ts At Crime Scenes. The Promotion Called “To Serve And Protect”, Involves An Informative Booklet That The Police Department Hopes Will Enlighten The Masses On …

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August 17th 2015 Marchand Children’s Park Is Opened

The government of Saint Lucia has completed another project under the constituency development program. This weekend, the residents of Castries east welcomed a new children’s park. The government is encouraging parents to spend some quality time with their children at the park. Authorities hope the open space and recreational park …

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August 14th 2015 Bordelais Inmates Graduate

This week, inmates at the Bordelais Correction facility were treated to a small celebration. The reason for the ceremony, inmates’ outstanding academic achievements in the facility’s education program.

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August 13th 2015 Teen Dies After Riding Into a Wall

A freak accident has claimed the life of a young man on old Victoria road, Castries. The incident occurred just before 2:00 am on Thursday. 20-year-old old Miguel Alexander succumbed to severe head injuries after crashing into a wall riding a bicycle. The tragic incident has left a mother of …

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August 12th 2015 Health minister denounces corporal punishment

What we are witnessing is the continued debate on corporal punishment What is excessive force? How far can parents really go when correcting an “unruly” child? Well minister Alvina Reynolds who sits at the helm of the human relations department has spoken out yet again on corporal punishment and child …

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August 12th Guy Joseph slams regulations to road laws

Former transport minister Guy Joseph characterizes government’s amendments to the motor vehicles and road traffic act as an ‘attack against the people’. The change makes it mandatory for motorists to produce a valid driver’s license during traffic stops.

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Acting top cop denounces threats against police

St. Lucia’s acting commissioner of police has put criminals on notice – warning that threats against law enforcement officers will not be tolerated. Errol Alexander’s comments come on the heels of gun-shots being fired at the Richfond police station.

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