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CATFIGHT TURNS CRAZY

Violence in St. Lucia is associated with males. According to police records, males are both the main perpetrators of violence and leading victims. However, a video of a brawl in the town of Soufriere among women who were on a boat ride, shows that women can be violent as well.

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HURRICAN DORIAN HITS BAHAMAS

One week ago St. Lucia was bracing itself for the impact of tropical storm Dorian. The weather system spared St. Lucia, but went on to impact other Caribbean islands. Dorian later evolved into a monster category 5 hurricane, as it hit the Bahamas causing widespread damage and death.

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KEVIN HART GETS IN CAR ACCIDENT AFTER LEAVING SAINT LUCIA

Via MSN News Kevin Hart was involved in a car crash in the early morning hours of Sunday, September 1, Us Weekly can confirm. TMZ reports that the Night School actor, 40, suffered “major back injuries” after his 1970 Plymouth Barracuda veered off Mulholland Highway, rolled over and landed in …

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KENNY ON WASCO

The family of a British national who died while exploring the area around the John Compton dam is seeking to set the record straight. The family has taken issue with some of the official statements on the circumstances surrounding their father’s and husband’s untimely death. In a statement issued on …

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HIT AND RUN DRIVER CHARGED

The family of Dimitri Mathurine, the hit and run accident at union is working towards getting to travel to Martinique to receive further medical attention.

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AMAZON FIRES

The amazon in South American is on fire. There are currently more than one thousand separate fires in the world’s largest rainforest and that has implications for everyone on the planet.

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CARIFESTA NEW LOGO

Carifesta 2019 came to an end on Sunday. St. Lucia made its presence felt at the festival in Trinidad and Tobago through dance, theatre and poetry. The festival organisers displayed for the first time in public the new logo for carifesta.

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INCREASED MEASLES CASES IN EUROPE

The upsurge in the cases of measels in Europe is being closely monitored. This comes with the increase in the number of parents opting against vaccinating their children leaving them exposed to measels and other diseases. With international travel and tourism, diseases can spread easily from one country to another.

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TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Police to crackdown on unlicensed drivers -this as one man is listed as critical ,following an accident by a suspected unlicensed motorist.

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