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GUN FROM MURDER SCENE STILL MISSING

The police department is on the hunt for the gun which mysteriously disappeared at a homicide scene in Babonneau earlier this month. Law officers had sent out a strong appeal for the return of the weapon which is a crucial piece of evidence into the investigations.

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NSDC TO OFFER FULL SCHOLARSHIPS

Unemployed Saint Lucians in search of technical, vocational and skills training could be eligible for full tuition scholarships at the National Skills Development Centre. So says the Public Relations Officer and Communications Officer at the State-backed training institution, Deane Jules. According to the NSDC P.R.O, the centre is placing a …

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STUDENTS PRESENT FINDINGS OF CASTRIES CITY STUDY

A group of students from Jamaica are in Saint Lucia on a study tour of the city of Castries. The contingent of 44 students and two lecturers, are from the Caribbean school of architecture in Jamaica. The visit to Saint Lucia is part of the requirement for the completion of …

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BUSINESSMAN GUNNED DOWN EXECUTION STYLE

Loved ones say Saint Lucia’s latest homicide victim, 55-year-old John Honora was a quiet individual. The business-man was shot dead at Reduit, Gros Islet, on the night of Wednesday February 12th 2020. Honora’s brother who spoke to news4orce on Thursday, was brought to tears as he recalled memories of his …

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NYC REP SUPPORTS SUSPENSION OF CYBER BULLIES

School administrators at the St. Joseph’s convent have taken action to stamp out a reported case of cyber-bullying at the learning institution. The decisive move is receiving plaudits from representatives of the national youth council, who are calling on parents to support the disciplinary measures taken by the school.

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LATTER DAY SAINTS HELPS THE NCPD OUTFIT AMPUTEES

Missionaries from the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints together with the national council of and for persons with disabilities has embarked on a weeklong journey to outfit disabled individuals with brand new wheel-chairs, walkers and canes. The non-communicable disease; diabetes, was singled out as the culprit behind …

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GROS ISLET MP ON ISAAC MURDER FOR HIRE REMARKS

Minister for health Mary Isaac’s damning statements about the alleged contract killing of victor Maurice by members of the upper echelons of society has sparked controversy. Now the Gros Islet MP and cabinet colleague of the embattled minister Lenard Spider Montoute is weighing-in on the controversy. He has joined the …

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HOMICIDE AT REDUIT

Business man shot dead in Reduit. The victim, identified to be 56 year old John Baptiste Honora, was reportedly shot in the head. More details to follow

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VICTIM OF UNPROVOKED ATTACK SPEAKS OUT

The victim of an unprovoked attack in the middle of the capital city is speaking out. The senior citizen was bludgeoned in the head and knocked unconscious to the cobble-stoned pavement of the Derek Walcott square. The man behind the assault and battery has a purported history of mental illness. …

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