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ST GEORGE’S, Grenada:–   Archbishop Edmund Gilbert, a once prominent leader of the Baptist church here, who was convicted of murdering a teenager in 2001, is to be released from prison today, his attorney, Anselm Clouden, has said. Gilbert had his sentence of life reduced for the murder of 15-year-old Robby-Ann Jeremiah. “His sentence was reduced […]

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The development and implementation of a drug policy for school will be among matters to be discussed as health and family life education (HFLE) coordinators and other stakeholders from across the Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) meet in Saint Lucia later this month. The Guyana-based CARIFORUM Secretariat said that the January 21-23 meeting is expected to develop […]

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Two female visitors were attacked by two young men in Sans Souci, Castries, Saturday morning, eyewitnesses say. A report was made to the police about 10.a.m, according to reports. Speaking on condition of anonymity, an eyewitness told St Lucia Times that the incident took place near Serenity Park. The eyewitness reported hearing someone screaming and  […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is calling on owners of trailer trucks to immediately remove trailers in the vicinity of the beach facilities at Vigie and desist from parking them there. The area in question is the property of the CCC and is earmarked for development. The practice of parking trailers in ...

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(BBC) — Four young men in puffa jackets jostle, slapping their palms against the glass windows, waving at women posing in lacy lingerie. “It’s all banter. Even they know about the banter,” one tells me, gesturing towards a brothel. “They know about the English. They get enough money out of us.” But many of the ...

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(BBC) –Mexican authorities now put the number killed in Friday night’s oil pipeline blast at 66, with scores more injured. It is believed the explosion occurred after the line was ruptured by suspected oil thieves in the town of Tlahuelilpan, in Hidalgo state. Officials say scores of people had been scrambling to fill up containers ...

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