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Police in Martinique are investigating the shooting of a Saint Lucian man during a robbery on Tuesday night, May 28, St. Lucia News Online has can confirm. The victim is D. King from Derniere Rivière, Dennery. He is reported to be in his 30s. Reports reaching St. Lucia News Online are that King was shot ...

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Press Release:- Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Jaushieh Joseph Wu, is scheduled to visit Saint Lucia from May 30 – 31. Saint Lucia and Taiwan have had a high level of bilateral cooperation which spans a cross-section of areas including agriculture, health, human resource development, community development and empowerment, sports, […]

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Press Release:- With a successful showing of Epic Saturday, the official Opening of Saint Lucia Carnival at The Sab on May 25th , Events Saint Lucia gets ready to roll out its scheduled calendar of activities. First on the agenda is the National Junior Calypso Competition with the Primary Schools competing at the National Cultural Center 10am […]

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Press Release:- The Office of the Mayor and Castries Constituency Council (CCC), is appalled at the actions of a few “Sidewalk City Vendors” who continue to defy relocation plans for the Castries Market Redevelopment Programme.  The CCC wishes to inform the general public that although these individuals are not full-time registered vendors, every effort has […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) —A Cuban nurse was stabbed to death in Hayes district, Clarendon yesterday afternoon. The police have identified her as 55-year-old Nancy Samuels, who resided in New Harbour Village, St Catherine. Samuels was reportedly attacked by an ambulance driver and a knife used to stab her about 3:00 pm. She was pronounced dead at ...

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(AFP) — A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of El Salvador on Thursday near the capital but authorities said there were no initial reports of casualties or damage. The quake was so strong it was likely felt throughout Central America, officials said. The quake struck in the Pacific Ocean around 25 miles (40 ...

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Press Release:-  The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) received a report from the UWI Seismic Research Centre in Trinidad of a 4.0M earthquake to the NE of Saint Lucia occurring at 4:38 a.m. this morning, May 30, 2019. Depth was at about 10km.    Latitude 15.10 deg +/- 4 km Longitude -60.24 deg +/- 9 […]

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Press Release:– The United Workers party joins the rest of region in mourning the loss of one of the longest-serving Member of Parliament (MP) in the history of Jamaica and the Caribbean region, Mr Edward Seaga who passed away on his 89th birthday on May 28th 2019. Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister and Political Leader of the […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — A community is mourning the loss of a promising six-year-old after his body was fished from a pit in an area called Gulf, located in Gordon Pen, Spanish Town. The deceased child has been identified as Leroy ‘Boy Boy’ Mayne, a former student of the Primrose Basic School. Information reaching THE STAR ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Popular political historian and Gleaner columnist Martin Henry, died Tuesday night after he collapsed minutes after an interview at the TVJ studios on Lyndhurst Road. Henry was invited to speak on the life of the late Edward Seaga, who passed away earlier on Tuesday. Shortly after TVJ’s news segment wrapped up, news ...

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