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The ‘Cop Who Cares’ has released a new crime safety video on social media. Sergeant Shervon Matthieu’s new project targets business owners and persons who transact business on a daily basis. The video helps business people to see that what they and their employees do can influence the outcome of a robbery. Matthieu advises victims […]

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Barbados Advocate:– AFTER some hard-hitting comments on his social media recently about his release from the Jamaica Tallawahs franchise ahead of the 2020 CPL tournament, Chris Gayle has sought to clarify that it was never his intention to damage the reputation of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). In a statement released yesterday, he said: “I now […]

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Saint Lucia’s Ambassador responsible for Diaspora Affairs has expressed displeasure over criticism of returning nationals. “I find it upsetting the way some persons speak of our Diaspora when they decide to return home,” Doctor Jocelyne Fletcher wrote on the official Facebook page of the Diaspora Affairs Unit. She asserted that as a former member of […]

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 ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, May 16, CMC – Prime Minister of Antigua, Gaston Browne, says he has asked Governor-General Sir Rodney Williams to re-appoint Athill Dean Jonas to his Cabinet after a six-month suspension. In a brief statement, Browne said that the parliamentary representative will now assume the position of Minister for Social Transformation, and the Blue […]

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The Director of the Division of Human Services has issued a warm appeal to the mother of an abandoned baby to come in to the department. Beverly Ann-Poyotte made the appeal in a statement Friday in which she called on citizens to demonstrate empathy, rather than be judgemental. “We know that this could not have […]

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Press Release:- UNAIDS, the UN agency fighting against the deadly HIV/AIDS virus, has initiated a petition from global leaders requesting that when a successful COVID-19 vaccine is developed, it be made available free of charge to all. On Thursday, more than 140 world leaders and figures signed an open letter requesting Governments unite behind a “people’s […]

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) says two houses were affected in an early morning fire at La Clery, Castries, leaving  three people homeless. According to the SLFS, someone called in relation to the fire about 2.39 am. “Two residential homes were involved – the first completely destroyed and the second partially damaged,” an SLFS […]

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