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ONE CHARGED IN VIRAL STONING VIDEO

When the video of a young man stoning an elderly man surfaced one month ago, it sparked outrage and condemnation. The police wanted to move in on the suspect, but they faced a major obstacle – an uncooperative witness in the video.  

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BRAZEN ROBBERY AT CIBC VIEUX FORT

A daring raid by robbers took place at CIBC’s Vieux Fort branch. The management of CIBC and the St. Lucia police force is saying nothing at this point about the robbery.  

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NIC SPEAKS OUT ON COBOT PROJECT INVESTMENT

The NIC has commented on the controversial loan to the Cabot project at cap estate.The management of the NIC called a press conference on Friday to clear the air on the loan to the Canadian developer.  

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GROS ISLET MAN FATALLY STABBED BY TEENAGE GIRL

A Gros Islet man believed to be in his 20’s was fatally stabbed on Thursday morning. Marley Williams  is said to have been stabbed with a knife by a teenage girl. The incident happened on Marina Street in Gros Islet.  

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POLICE CAUGHT BEATING SUSPECT WITH CUTLASS

Saint Lucia police are again placed on the defensive, as a video surfaces on social media of police beating a subdued suspect. This video comes days following a video of a police-woman, brandishing a firearm at a minibus driver and threatening him. Wednesday’s video was captured by an onlooker to …

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ONE MAN DEAD FOLLOWING ALTERCATION AT CORNERSTONE HOUSE

An attack on a vulnerable member of the community has left a man – a resident of the Cornerstone house dead. The man, who returned to the Cornerstone residence complaining about feeling unwell, following what he says was an unprovoked assault, was rushed to hospital on Sunday where he later …

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CITY CENTRE BRAWL MAKING THE ROUNDS ONLINE

Another disturbing video is making the rounds involving violence and a minibus driver. The incident happened near the intersection of Jn Baptist Street and Darling Road, Castries. But, had it not been for the intervention of some witnesses, this incident could have ended in blood-shed.  

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OBESITY EPIDEMIC CRUSHING THE CARIBBEAN

The obesity crisis is having an impact on St. Lucia’s health care. The latest study conducted by the United States food and drug administration and the Organisation for Economic Development, paints a disturbing picture of the situation in the Caribbean and the Americas in general.  

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