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SALCC Pays Homage To Bideau

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and the Venezuelan embassy are making plans to mark the Bicentennial death of jean Baptiste Bideau. This week, the institution made a presentation on the life of Bideau to raise awareness about his achievements.

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Top Cop Re-Assures Public On Crime Fight

Amid grim homicide numbers, the high command of the royal Saint Lucia police force is assuring the public that no effort is being spared to secure the nation’s streets. Re-double efforts to arrest offenders and disrupt criminal plots, acting commissioner of police Milton Desir warns that a cultural shift is …

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Mayor Francis Reports Progress In Crime Fight

The CCC is backing up the reported progress of the city police with empirical data. This was among topics discussed at a press briefing held in the office of the mayor on Monday. The purpose of the briefing was to inform the media on progress in a number of initiatives …

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Police Continue To Probe Barre Denis Homicide Case

An 18-year-old Barre Denis man is St. Lucia’s 19th homicide victim for 2017. Police are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the stabbing death of Jamal Fredrick on Friday night. His death marks the 9th domestic or familial related homicide for the year.

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Massy Store Unity In Community 2017

The Dunnotar School’s development centre is the first beneficiary of massy stores’ ‘unity in community’ outreach for 2017. Over the last two weekends, volunteers from the supermarket chain came together to give the institution’s La Pansee building a much-needed face lift. The school’s principal says through the charitable initiative, Dunnotar …

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VFCCCC Hosts Another Anti-DSH March

The Vieux Fort concerns citizens coalition for change held another demonstration in protest over the mega DSH pearl of the Caribbean Development Project. The interest group marched through the streets of Vieux Fort and the areas earmarked for the large-scale development. They were joined by two opposition MP’s who have …

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Government Issues Statement On Wind Tex Farm Project

The sustainable development ministry led by Dr. Gale Rigobert on Friday issued a statement on the pull out of Wind Tex energy last January. The U.S based wind energy Development Company withdrew when the Allen Chastanet led cabinet did not accede to land acquisition requests to continue wind energy tests …

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National Trust Alarmed By DSH Project

The St. Lucia national trust will host its first quarterly membership meeting of 2017 and its being billed as a very important gathering. The trust is urging its members as well as concerned members of the public to attend. Officials are expected to discuss some of the most pressing environment …

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Alleged Hotel Video Goes Viral

Video of a rescue attempt to free two people trapped in an elevator at the newly opened Royalton Hotel at Cap Estate, Gros – Islet has gone viral on social media. Family of the trapped guests expressed outrage over the perceived slow response. The hotel has not issued a statement …

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