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HOWARD PROFESSOR FOCUSES ON LINK BETWEEN POVERTY AND CRIME

Howard university professor Dr. Edwin Powell has announced his continued campaign with the St. Lucia Police Force to build on his recent work on human rights. The Howard professor is focusing on the issue of poverty and crime and the ways in which police can intervene in such situations.  

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INTEGRITY COMMISSION WARNS PUBLIC OFFICERS

The St. Lucia Integrity Commission is warning public officers who fall under its watch. The integrity commission has extended its deadline for the submission of declarations and seems intent on enforcing it.  

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RAYNEAU SPEAKS OUT ON CHINESE LOCK-IN SITUATION

The incident involving a Chinese national on the grounds of the former embassy of the Peoples Republic of China, raises some very uncomfortable questions about the role of the Chinese in St. Lucia. Though the dispute involving allegations of false imprisonment is over, at least as far as the firm …

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TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT CONCERNED ABOUT SPEEDING ON THE ROADS

Road users beware, the traffic department is putting on notice drivers and bikers bent on breaking the law of the land, that they will be stepping up action against them, in an effort to enhance safety on our roads. This comes against the back-drop of a recent spike in horrific …

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FIRE SERVICE IMPROVING COMPETENCE IN INVESTIGATION

The fire department says it has made much progress on the issue of fire investigations. The St. Lucia Fire Fighters Association had raised the issue in its recent dispute with the government. The fire service claims to be making progress in its capability to investigate the cause of fires.

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TRAGIC DENNERY ACCIDENT CLAIMS THE LIVES OF TWO YOUNG MALES

Saturday evening was a day set aside on the Dennery North calendar, to honor those who make a difference in the community. However, the celebration was interrupted by reports of a serious road accident involving a motor cycle and a car. The two young men on the motor- cycle who …

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EASTER MONDAY SHOOTING VICTIM SUCCUMBS TO HIS INJURIES

For three agonizing weeks, the family of Dwight ‘Smokey’ Louis hoped and prayed that the young man who was robbed and shot on Easter Monday would make a recovery. On Sunday the family received the news that they had dreaded all along. Dwight ‘Smokey’ Louis who had been in the Intensive …

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