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3 SAINT LUCIANS AND 4 VENEZUELANS RESCUED BY US COAST GUARD

The US Coast Guard transferred seven men – 3 Saint Lucians and 4 Venezuelans to Saint Lucia on Monday, after a rescue at sea. The acting commissioner of police says while Saint Lucia’s visa restrictions on Venezuela nationals provide proper vetting, there are citizens from the Latin American nation who …

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TAXI DRIVERS WEIGH IN ON QUARANTINED CRUISE SHIP AT PORT CASTRIES

Measles is a highly contagious, infectious disease caused by the measles virus. The symptoms usually develop between ten to twelve days after exposure to an infected person, with the disease lasting between seven to ten days. The symptoms include high fever, runny nose, inflamed eyes and spots in the mouth …

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DOMINICAN NATIONAL FOUND MURDERED IN MICOUD

A Dominican man who proudly proclaimed that he had changed his life around, was found dead at Latille, Micoud on Wednesday. The man, who hails from Ravine Chabot was discovered with bullet wounds on his body.  

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NEW SENATOR FRANCISCO JN PIERRE SWORN IN

The senate was the centre of attention on Tuesday with the swearing in of a former United Workers Party Laborie candidate Francisco Jn Pierre, who took the oath of office on Tuesday and is the newest government senator. A senate seat became vacant with the resignation of former public service …

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ST LUCIA RECORDS TWO MORE HOMICIDES

The Monday night quiet in the rural community of Marc, Bexon, was broken by the sound of gun shots. This was one of the violent incidents on Monday – the other was in the village of Canaries. Both incidents had deadly consequences.  

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19 YEAR OLD CHARGED WITH MURDER OF STANISLAUS PISTOL

Police have recorded a break-through in the investigations into the shooting death of businessman and father Stanislaus Pistol. Pistol was shot while at his shop, located at the intersection of Cedars and Water-Works Road, Castries. The incident happened on the 13th of March 2019.This was not the first time that the …

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