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Sections of the city of Castries were on November 26th, draped in orange, as friends and family of the murdered mother of two Kimberly De Leon said their final farewell. This as the St. Lucia observed on November 25 the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against women. anti-violence groups and individuals are determined …
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A hard-working family of Bagatelle will have to start from scratch, as a result of a fire that destroyed both their home and business on November 25. Sunday morning’s blaze was contained by the fire service, but not before the flames had gutted the two structures.
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Kimberly De Leon’s burial comes one day following the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. According to the latest statistics from the United Nations, the home which is supposed to be a place of refuge turns out to be the place where most women suffer violence and death.
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One of the largest unions in St. Lucia – the National Workers Union has accepted the controversial lump sum payment from the government. This payment is in lieu of an increase in wages. The payment will be made in time for the 2018 festive season.
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Barbados Today:-  Prime Minister of Jamaica and Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), Andrew Holness, is asking his regional counterparts to change the way they think about and plan for climate change. Holness said it was time small island developing states moved beyond preparation for sudden events and widen their approach. “I want us to […]

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CNN:-  The Chinese government has ordered an “immediate investigation” into the alleged delivery of the world’s first genetically edited babies, as experts worldwide have voiced outrage at such use of the technology. The pushback comes amid claims made online by scientist He Jiankui that twin girls had been born with DNA altered to make them […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) — Cricket West Indies president, Dave Cameron, said West Indies women remained a source of pride for the region, despite their failure to successfully defend their ICC Twenty20 World Cup title. West Indies played unbeaten on the preliminary round but were eliminated at the semi-final stage when they suffered a heavy […]

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Guyana Chronicle:–  A 19-YEAR-OLD national footballer has allegedly crashed his ex-girlfriend motor car and riddled it with bullets because she refused to take him back. According to reports, Jobe Caesar and the victim, Mealisa Joseph, shared a relationship which was said to be abusive. It is alleged that prior to the ordeal, the woman had made […]

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Labour Minister, Stephenson King has said that visa requirements have not hampered the operation of the programme under which nationals from Saint Lucia and other Caribbean countries are employed as seasonal farm workers in Canada. “I must admit to you that the support received from the Canadian government is very clear and they have been […]

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