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(SNO) — A man is nursing a gunshot wound to his torso following a shooting on Water Works Road in Castries early Monday, November 5, according to law enforcement sources. The victim has been identified as Kenton St. Ville, 26, of Marisule, Gros Islet. The authorities were alerted about the incident at 1:10 a.m. However, St. ...

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A Ciceron man who was caught in possession of  knife Monday, was arrested and charged by the City Police. The police have identified him as Joachim Joseph, 30. According to a law enforcement official, Joseph had a knife in his trousers when he was stopped and searched on Jn Baptiste Street, Castries. He is alleged […]

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(WASHINGTON POST) — Hours before President Trump took the stage at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on Sunday night, Rihanna’s “Don’t Stop the Music” reverberated through the 11,000-seat McKenzie Arena. “Trump’s rallies are unlike anything else in politics,” The Washington Post’s Philip Rucker wrote on Twitter, where he described the scene: staff members throwing ...

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(SNO) — Tuesday, November 6 will mark two months since Saint Lucian Botham Shem Jean was shot to death in his own apartment in Dallas, U.S., by police officer Amber Guyger who claimed she barged into his apartment by mistake and thought he was a burglar. To mark the occasion, the Justice for Botham Team ...

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(SNO) – “Now I go start liming with my enemies because friends killing you.” That comment, from a Rae Lewis, appeared on Facebook in response to two separate incidents over the weekend in which two men were stabbed to death by their close friends. And alcohol intoxication contributed to the circumstances that led to both ...

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(SNO) — Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, said he is not satisfied with the way in which his country is treating its past leaders, saying they must be acknowledged for their contribution at the highest level. Addressing his country on Independence Day on November 3, he stated that he intends to write to the leader ...

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(SNO) — A family member of one of St. Lucia’s latest homicide victims is reflecting on his life, saying that his killing is a huge blow to his family. Owen Francois, 28, of Bagatelle, Castries, and another man were shot by unknown assailants whilst occupying a stationary motor vehicle on Monday, October 29, 2018, in ...

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(SNO) — Mayor of Castries Peterson Francis is calling for legislation to be changed to allow for the demolition of derelict buildings in the capital after a fire from one such structure ravaged a part of Central Castries. The mayor pointed out that such structures pose a threat to the public and he has been ...

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(SNO) — In the face of a manpower shortage, the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) is getting 45 new fire officers. The new officers will be stationed across the island and 28 will be at the soon-to-be opened, $6-million Babonneau Fire Station. National Security Minister Hermangild Francis congratulated the new firefighters and said the fire ...

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(CMC) – The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) has called on the parliamentary opposition to support efforts aimed at reforming income tax legislation even as the government Monday warned that the country could be blacklisted for its failure to meet its international obligations. “The proposed amendments would facilitate the exchange of information for ...

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