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GOV’T LIFTS BAN ON SALE OF ALCOHOL

Liquor licenses for approved business will be reinstated from Friday May 8th, 2020. This announcement follows the ban on the sale of liquor, which saw individuals resorting to consuming rubbing alcohol and robbing a rum factory as well as reports of a thriving underground alcohol black market.

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OFFICIALS WARN PUBLIC TO AVOID BLACK MARKET BOOZE

Liquor licenses for approved business will be reinstated from Friday may 8th, 2020. This announcement follows the ban on the sale of liquor, which saw individuals resorting to consuming rubbing alcohol and robbing a rum factory as well as reports of a thriving underground alcohol black market.

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CHAMBER BACKS MEASURED RESTART OF ECONOMY

The St. Lucia chamber of commerce officials believe a structured and systematic approach is the best way to go about reopening of the economy. The commerce notes the harsh blow dealt to the business community by the lockdown, and health safety protocols due to covid-19 Executive director Brian Louisy provided …

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TOP COP RESPONSE TO THREAT TO POLICE OFFICERS

The commissioner of police on Thursday called on a group of people who openly defied law enforcement to turn themselves into authorities. The warning comes against the backdrop of a disturbing confrontation with the police at an unauthorized public gathering during which a self-styled gangster openly threatened a police officer.

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THIEVES ROB ST.LUCIA DISTILLERS OF RUM

St. Lucia Distillers has been targeted by thieves who reportedly made off with 170 liters of alcohol. The company has warned the public not to purchase the substance which is pure and undiluted and not safe for drinking.

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