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ROAD CLOSURE – ROCK HALL ROAD

The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that works will commence on Sunday, May 28, 2017 on the Rock Hall Road from 7:00am to 5:00pm to facilitate repair to Grill Crossing at the bottom of the road. In view of this, commuters are informed …

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IRS Conducts Financial Investigative Techniques Course on Grenada

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) – Criminal Investigation hosted a financial investigative techniques workshop in Grenada from May 22-26 to assist police and financial intelligence units from across the Eastern Caribbean to better identify, assess and pursue financial investigations.  The training was conducted by the …

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LIAT Pilot Strike Averted

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Thursday May 25, 2017 – It was business as usual for LIAT’s operations across the region today after threatened strike action was averted at the 11th hour An emergency high level meeting in St John’s yesterday, involving Antigua and Barbuda’s Labour Minister Steadroy Benjamin, the airline’s management, the …

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‘Above Average’ Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected

The Atlantic ocean could see another above-average hurricane season this year, with 11-17 big storms and as many as nine hurricanes, US forecasters said Thursday. The expected absence of El Nino, an ocean-warming trend that tends to reduce the likelihood of hurricanes, is a major reason for the expected rise …

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Official Police Statement On Fatal Shooting

Meanwhile police have released an official statement on the fatal shooting of a 26-year-old cacao man. Law enforcement officials say they received the distress call about the incident at green gold, Babonneau, about 8:20 pm Wednesday. A masked assailant shot Isidore while he sat in a car. He sustained two …

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Police High Command Conduct Jacmel Town Hall

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force says don’t be fooled, they have taken notice of the recent Re-surgence of gun-fire in the city. Moments after a 26-year-old Babonneau man became St. Lucia’s 25th homicide victim for 2017, acting police commissioner Milton Desir spoke to the media. Desir was in the …

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Castries Mayor Denounces Up Tick In Gun Violence

The Castries constituencies council is planning to provide further assistance to the police in quelling the up-tick in violent crime within its jurisdiction. This was announced by mayor Peterson Francis during a press conference held at the office of the mayor on Thursday.

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A Rare Glimpse At A Hermit Priest

The mount of prayer at Coubaril is home to a monastic hermit. ‘hermit’ is a term used to describe someone who ‘leaves’ the world and all its offerings behind, to live a life dedicated to solitude and prayer. In this report, HTS New4orce gives you a rare glimpse into the …

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Castries Mayor Denounces Crime Upsurge Around Capitol

Mayor of Castries, Peterson Francis has vowed to clamp down on criminal activity in Castries. Mayor Francis responded to the recent upsurge in gun related crime in Castries East. Police have confirmed over five separate shooting incidents between May 14th and 24th in Castries East. Mayor Francis pledged to deploy …

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