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Acting Inspector of Police Annanthar Wilson has described as a ‘misconception’, the public perception that court prosecutors or the police must win at all costs in court. “I think that is one of the things I need to leave with the public – that prosecution is not there to secure convictions at all costs. We […]

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Press Release:- Caribbean utility leaders meeting at the 2019 CARILEC CEOs and Leadership Conference in Saint Lucia last week agreed that utility companies need to embrace a new business model built on Digitization, Decarbonization and Decentralization (the 3Ds). Utilities are uniquely placed to lead the transformation of the energy sector, which is currently being impacted […]

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(BBC) — A speeding driver in Germany was saved from a €105 (£93) fine when a snow-white dove interceded on his behalf. The driver was caught on speed cameras – but his identity was hidden by the bird’s wings spread in flight. A light-hearted police statement suggested that perhaps “it was no coincidence the Holy ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A teenager yesterday told the court that he sold marijuana to support his ailing grandmother and his three younger siblings. Odel Charles’s mother passed away, his father was not in his life, his grandmother has kidney problems and he takes care of his three siblings, the court was told. San Fernando Senior ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — A resident of Lima Sands, Region Two who illegally captured a Jaguar –the national animal of Guyana – placed it in a cage and is collecting a fee for persons to see it; among those paying are government officials. Marvin Calvan is charging $100 for adults and $60 for children, according ...

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Fishers and the fishing community continue be negatively impacted by the closure of the St. Lucia Fish Marketing Corporation Ltd. (SLFMC) and these concerns will be addressed at a press conference on Wednesday, May 29 by the St. Lucia Fisherfolk Cooperative Society Ltd., according to a notice inviting media operatives to attend the conference. “President ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — Convicted man Richard Delisle Arthur was granted $150,000 bail today after his doctor gave evidence on his medical status. Prior to being remanded to HMP Dodds last Wednesday, Arthur was on $50,000 bail. Apart from the increase in bail, his passport will remain with the High Court and he has been ordered ...

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The Water and Sewerage Company Inc (WASCO), says its ability to provide water to its customers is being affected by the prolonged dry spell. “It is having a severe impact on the level of water available for distribution to our customers,” WASCO’s Communications and Marketing Officer, Cherry Ann Williams explained. She told St Lucia Times […]

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Press Release:– The National Workers Union (NWU) is applauding the delegation of Public Servants and Government Officials who travelled to London and Paris in search of new markets for Saint Lucia bananas. The announcement that France is now willing to do business with Saint Lucia by accepting our first consignment of bananas is very good […]

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The National Workers Union (NWU) said in a press release Tuesday (May 28) that it applauds the Saint Lucia delegation of public servants and government ministers who travelled to London, United Kingdom (UK) and Paris, Francis recently in search of new markets for Saint Lucia bananas. The union said the announcement that France is now ...

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