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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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LUCIEN JOSEPH KICKED OUT OF HOLIDAY TAXI

The outspoken Lucien Joseph is no longer at the helm of Holiday Taxi. Following years of wrangling with many members of the association, Joseph was voted out of his post as president on the weekend. The new leadership is seeking to create a new path for the organisation.  

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DR RAYMOND BREAKS HIS SILENCE ON ‘TALK’

Senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond has made his first media appearance since the latest controversy that resulted in the public service minister proceeding on leave, amid a government of Saint Lucia investigation. Dr. Raymond was a guest on talk with journalist Rick Wayne on Thursday. The television talk show appearance follows …

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NEMO URGES PREPAREDNESS AHEAD OF HURRICANE SEASON

The June 1st start of the Atlantic hurricane season is drawing near and emergency officials want members of the public to step up preparedness. After an extremely deadly 2017 and an active 2018 season, weather forecasters are predicting a near to slightly above-normal season in 2019, with 12 to 14 …

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