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Police have made a breakthrough in the shooting death of a 74-year-old Marchand resident. Two 16-year-olds have been arrested and formally charged with murder. Shaquille Lionel and Walter Hofer are each facing possible life sentences, for allegedly killing Joachim Joseph during a December 27th shooting.
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Assou Square, the traditional New Year’s Day festivity, lived up to its billing. That’s according to the preliminary assessment of the organisers – the Castries City Council.  The thousands of patrons who attended the Castries event seemed to have had a splendid time.
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Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Stephenson King, has asserted that motions of no confidence constitute a wake up call for governments. King spoke against the backdrop of the shock vote in Guyana by Charrandas Persaud in support of a no confidence vote against the coalition administration of which he was part. “Such situations are always […]

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Former Prime Minister Stephenson King has given his stamp of approval for the knighthood awarded to prominent, local businessman Michael Chastanet.  Michael Chastanet is the father of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet.  King shrugged off nepotism claims, amid lively debate on whether the Prime Minister’s father is deserving of a knighthood.
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The St. Lucia Air and Seaport Authority (SLASPA) will implement a new registration policy for imported vehicles, come Monday, January 7th. Every month, SLASPA receives about 4 cargo vessels with 60 – 100 used vehicles. The authority is aiming for more efficient operations on the wharf.
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By Caribbean News Now contributor BASSETERRE, St Kitts — Following a statement last month by the leader of the opposition, former prime minister Dr Denzil Douglas, to the effect that he will revoke the citizenship of any applicant who is found to been illegally granted St Kitts and Nevis citizenship by investment (CBI), a spokesperson […]

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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — On December 21, 2018, the 65 members of Guyana’s parliament gathered to vote on a no-confidence motion brought by the opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) against the governing coalition party, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU). With a “yes” vote by Charandass Persaud, a parliamentarian with the Alliance for Change (AFC), one […]

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By Ivan Cairo Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname — Seven people were killed during a boat accident last Friday morning on the Coppename River, authorities in Suriname confirmed. The fatalities could increase since a woman and two children are still missing. According to survivors, there were about 30 people in the vessel, including a […]

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By Bria Smith ROAD TOWN, BVI — Premier and minister of finance, Dr Orlando Smith, has announced that the British Virgin Islands has passed important legislation that addresses the European Union’s (EU) concerns over “economic substance” and which came into force on January 1, 2019. The Economic Substance (Companies and Limited Partnerships) Act, 2018, concluded […]

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