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MOTHER OF TWO KILLED IN SHOOTOUT

Yet another life is lost, as a result of the ongoing inner city violence. The mother-of-two died during the early hours of Tuesday morning as a result of gunshot wounds sustained on Monday night.  The violence in this section of the city has some of the residents considering relocating to more peaceful …

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THE PEOPLE’S KNOWLEDGE FAIR

The much anticipated knowledge fair – a first for St. Lucia was held on the William Peter Boulevard in Castries on Monday. Day one of the two day activity attracted hundreds of persons who came to see a wide range of products, services and ideas on display. The knowledge fair puts on …

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ALLEN CHASTANET SPEAKS AT 40TH UWP CONVENTION

The ruling United Workers Party held its 40th convention in Marigot on Sunday. There were no surprises in the leadership of the party, as the life of the previous executive was simply extended for another year. Sunday’s convention was held at the mid-way point in the life of the Allen Chastanet led …

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VIEUX FORT MURDER

Another feud – this time between family and friends ending in the loss of a young life. The two young men had grown up together in the quiet community of La Ressource, Vieux Fort – they were after all neighbors and close cousins. However, a dispute between the two on …

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GRENADA PM CALLS ON ISLANDS TO UNITE

The practicality of Caribbean unity was weighed heavily on the mind of Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell. He says that the Caribbean unity must be made to work for Caribbean people in a way that impacts their lives positively.

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TOP COP COMMENTS ON CRIME SITUATION

The top brass of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force has sent is strongest signal to date to residents and the criminal elements. The police commissioner Severin Moncherry and his top team say they will place relentless pressure to curb the recent crime upsurge. Moncherry on Monday characterized the recent rise in …

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HAYDEN FORDE LAUNCHES HIS FIRST BOOK

Playwright Hayden Forde has launched his first book. Forde who is a tireless exponent for the literary artform, was surrounded by some of his peers and mentors at a ceremony which highlighted his contribution to theatre and literature in general.

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MAYOR OF CASTRIES OFFERS OLIVE BRANCH TO POLICE COMMISSIONER

The Mayor of Castries – His Lordship Peterson Francis is offering an olive branch to the Commissioner of Police, following the public dispute between the two men. Francis says he is willing to put his differences aside and work with the Commissioner of Police, in the interest of the city and …

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DARING ROBBERY AT EASTWINDS HOTEL

Another daring robbery at gun point has left the staff of the East Winds Hotel at Marisule shaken. The lone gunman breaks into the hotel and demands cash. The management of the hotel had up to news time on Friday not officially reported the crime.

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DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT SUNBUILT

One man is dead and his friend is in a critical condition at hospital, as a result of what is believed to be an accident involving a gun. The police are investigating what may have gone wrong on Thursday night. One of the leads being followed, is that the gun …

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CHEF NINA COMPTON CAPTURES ANOTHER AWARD

Chef Nina Compton’s feverishly anticipated restaurant, ‘Bywater American Bistro’ captures Restaurant of the Year (2018). The award was given by Eater New Orleans; An online food critiquing company which seeks the most charming, watering holes and trendsetting restaurants in New Orleans and 23 other cities across the US and lets …

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FLOW MISSION DAY 2018

It was mission day on Wednesday for telecommunications company FLOW. Mission day is a day set aside by the company throughout the region, to engage in projects to assist in community development.

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