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Legendary former West Indies captain, Sir Vivian Richards, overlooked the West Indies as he named some of his favourite teams, CMC has reported. According to  CMC, Richards held out little hope of the Caribbean side winning next year’s ICC World Cup in England. In a dispatch from Guwahati, India, CMC reported that the former West Indies […]

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The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) has said that thousands of persons who are expected to attend this year’s Assou Square can expect a cultural explosion. Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, observed that for decades the event has been one of the Island’s premiere activities, celebrating rich culture and folklore. He said the CCC is bent on […]

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Former MP Charrandas Persaud has defended his decision to vote against the coalition government in Guyana of which he was part, causing the APNU+AFC  administration to collapse. In a  video on Facebook uploaded on Christmas Day, Persaud said he was very unstable mentally in the administration. “I took so much from the government that it […]

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A 16-month-old toddler in Jenks, Oklahoma, who was born with a rare condition that causes his tongue to be abnormally large will require surgery to reduce its size, his mother has been quoted as saying. Baker Roth  has a condition known as Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome or BWS, according to Fox News. The condition is  rare — […]

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Barbados may soon be welcoming another American university to its shores, local reports say. According to Barbados Today, Prime Minister Mia Mottley revealed that talks with Chamberlain University have already begun and she was hoping those discussions can soon be “wrapped up”. She made the disclosure during a tour of the Villages at Coverley, where […]

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One person is  reported dead and two others injured as a result of a shooting incident at Marchand. The incident occurred about 7:45 p.m. near Ti J’s Ultramart, according to information. Marchand residents who spoke to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity, said a lone teenage gunman  on foot pulled a pistol from his […]

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There were two other confirmed cases of drownings – one at the popular Choc Bay, and the other in Gros Islet, where a mentally challenged man, who went for a swim was later seen floating lifelessly on the water.
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In previous years, when the issue of whaling comes up, St. Lucia has been placed under pressure by international groups who threatened to organise a boycott of Saint Lucia’s economic interests. As a member of the powerful international whaling commission, environmental organisations like Green Peace, may soon place pressure on St. Lucia to condemn the …
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The death and destruction were not confined to the roads. Sea bathing is a popular pass-time particularly on weekends and holidays. In the community of Canaries, one man who took on a swimming challenge lost the bet and his life.
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