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SELF PROCLAIMED GANGSTER CHARGED

The self-proclaimed gangster could be facing time behind bars. The man at the center of the now infamous confrontational video with a police officer has been reportedly slapped with a number of charges stemming from the incident.

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BUSY WEEKEND FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

There were a slew of physical assaults and car wrecks on the mother’s day weekend. The St. Lucia fire service had to respond to victims of violent assaults and automobile crashes. They received 68 ambulance calls during the period may 8th to may 11th 2020, the majority of which emanated …

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NATIONAL TRUST RESPONDS TO PM LATEST BROADSIDE

The st. Lucia national trust having been accused of standing in the way of national development by prime minister Allen Chastanet, has fired back. The trust’s annual subvention was removed chastanet who insists the entity should be self-sufficient. Director Bishnu Tulsie says the trust is now operating on no revenue …

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POLICE UPDATE ON INNER CITY RAIDS

The Royal saint Lucia police force is currently exploring the use of body-worn cameras. News of the trials come against the backdrop of a controversial viral video of a man threatening to do harm to a team of police officers who were attempting to break-up a social gathering in-keeping with …

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CARMEN RENE’S E LEARNING APPROACH

Zoom will be one of the online learning platforms used to administer instruction for students of the Carmen Rene memorial school. Educators say while adapting to the mediums has its challenges; there are some positives; one of which is reaching parents almost instantaneously.

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LINES WRAP AROUND LIQUOR STORES

Supermarkets, mini-marts, small grocery shops, wholesalers and gas stations around at the island were greeted by long lines as alcohol beverages resumed. Some are concerned that this may lead to an increase in more cases lawlessness, and accidents. The substance abuse advisory council secretariat advises the public to be mindful …

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POLICE SAY RAID NOT LINKED TO VIRAL VIDEO

The Royal saint Lucia police force is currently exploring the use of body-worn cameras. News of the trials come against the backdrop of a controversial viral video of a man threatening to do harm to a team of police officers who were attempting to break-up a social gathering in-keeping with …

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SCHOOL OF BALLET OFFERS ON LINE CLASSES

The St. Lucia school of ballet and modern dance is offering three introductory online dance classes ages 5 to adults in observance of its 41st academic year. The school follows the syllabi of the world’s most influential dance education organization, the royal academy of dance for classical society as well …

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