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”NO TO PRIDE PARADE IN SAINT LUCIA”; PAWI PASTORS

The Pentecostal Assembly of the West Indies (PAWI), is urging the government to resist the pressure to grant permission to the LGBTQI community to hold a march next month. PAWI is concerned that such a march will send the wrong signals to the society, particularly the youth.    

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AUGUSTIN PLUMMER’S FAMILY PUZZLED BY HIS GRIZZLY MURDER

The family of Augustin Plummer is seeking to make sense of his killing on Sunday. The family describes their loved one as a harmless senior. Plummer was found dead on the beach which he frequented, not too far from his Bisee home. Plummer’s family members are searching for answers to …

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WHAT IMPACT WILL BREXIT HAVE ON ST LUCIA ?

St. Lucia and the rest of the Caribbean are closely monitoring the events in the United Kingdom. A new Prime Minister in the person of former London mayor Boris Johnson is expected to be sworn in on Wednesday. This comes as the United Kingdom prepares to formally part ways with …

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LIFELESS BODY DISCOVERED NEAR MALABAR BEACH

Those who were planning a day out at the beach near Malabar on Sunday, were confronted by a disturbing scene along the shore-line. Police were called to the area, following the discovery of the body of a man. Investigators are ruling his death suspicious, because of the signs of trauma …

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UP-SPIKE IN SHOOTINGS MAJOR CAUSE FOR CONCERN

The community of Pavee is under siege following the second fatal shooting in less than a week. So far six persons have been shot in the community over the past seven days – two of the shooting victims have died.  

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CHARRED REMAINS FOUND IN FIRE YET BE IDENTIFIED

A family of Talvern, Babonneau have an agonizing wait for confirmation on the charred remains of a body found in the rubble of a recent house fire. The family members are convinced that it is the body of their missing loved one. However, the police have launched an investigation and are awaiting …

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SHOULD NIC BOARD RESIGN OVER CABOT PROJECT INVESTMENT ?

The president of the Organisation for National Empowerment (ONE) and former member of the National Insurance Corporation board Peter Alexander, is calling for the resignation of the entire National Insurance Corporation board. Alexander says the decision to grant the loan for the Cabot project goes against the NIC’s own rules. …

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