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A Bruceville man accused of attempting to kill his cousin, was remanded in custody when he appeared in court Friday, law enforcement officials have reported. Irvin Julian aka ‘Block Chest’, is due to make another appearance in court next month, it was reported. Julian was formally charged Thursday, following the shooting on Monday of his […]

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The Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards (SLBS) says it has intercepted ‘non-conforming’ cigarettes that have entered the market illegally. The product, Chase USA, 20 class cigarettes, does not conform to SLNS 27:2016 specification for labelling of Tobacco products (CRS 262013, MOD), to which compliance is mandatory, the SLBS observed in a press release. According to […]

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The City Police  Department  plans to officially launch its emergency hotline this  month, it has been announced. The office of Mayor, Peterson Francis,  says the new service will enable members of the public  to report unlawful activities and make general inquiries. The three-digit toll-free emergency phone line  will also permit City Police Officers to speedily respond to […]

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Press Release:- In a release today, the United Workers Party remained convinced that the leader of the opposition, Honourable Philip J. Pierre, is unfit to serve under any leadership position as it concerns the citizens of Saint Lucia and calls for his immediate removal. After witnessing the debate on a motion of no confidence presented by […]

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Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Minister, Senator Hermangild Francis, confirmed today that the Nyerah Court Building will be reopened on Monday February 4, 2019 and that close to $1million has been used for its refurbishment. Having invited media to a guided tour of one of the courtrooms, Francis thanked the government and the prime […]

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