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LIFELESS BODY DISCOVERED NEAR LABORIE HIGHWAY

Police are investigating what may have led to the death of a man of Laborie, whose body was found at the side of the highway near the Laborie Village. The discovery of the man’s body was made late Wednesday afternoon.  

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RSLPF RECEIVES UNDP FUNDING FOR NEW POLICE DIGITAL REPORT SYSTEM

Members of the public may soon find the process of registering a complaint to the police a lot more efficient and welcoming. The Royal St. Lucia Police Force is the recipient of a grant of 150 thousand US dollars from the United Nations Development Programme and the Regional Security System …

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GUY JOSEPH ADDRESSES SEVERAL ISSUES OUTSIDE PARLIAMENT

St. Lucia’s parliament was in session on Tuesday. As is the norm, a swarm of news teams assembled outside the house of parliament to interview elected members as they make their way to the chamber. Tuesday’s session was heated, as the member for Castries South East Guy Joseph, pushed back …

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POLICE SPEAK ON LATEST ROAD ACCIDENT

A fatal accident involving a pedestrian and a car at Vide Bouteille along the Castries – Gros Islet Highway on Monday morning, was about to become an even uglier affair, when the friends of the man who died turned their anger onto the motorist. The man is said to have …

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PM STANDS HIS GROUND ON MOCKING OPPOSITION LEADER’S STUTTERING

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is standing his ground in the latest political controversy. The Prime Minister at a Soufriere meeting on Sunday, joked about Philip J. Pierre’s stuttering. This has created a fire-storm on social media, with strong reactions for and against the Prime Minister’s attempt at ridiculing the leader …

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ONE MALE DEAD FOLLOWING MOTOR VEHICULAR ACCIDENT

One man is dead following a motor vehicular accident on the Castries – Gros Islet highway at approximately 1:00 AM today. Reports indicate that the male individual was attempting to cross the four lane highway near Monroe College, when he was hit by a Subaru car heading towards town. There …

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MARY FRANCIS RECEIVES ‘WOMAN OF COURAGE AWARD’

Attorney Mary Francis has been bestowed with a special award for her tireless and brave efforts in the field of human rights. Despite being the subject of criticism and harassment, Francis continues her efforts at seeking justice for marginalized persons.      

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LIFELINE FOR LIAT

The regional airline LIAT is making progress in its efforts to stabilize its operations. LIAT has been in a financial bind over the past six months. This prompted LIAT to make a special appeal to Caribbean governments for financial assistance. With many of the Caribbean governments making a contribution to …

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