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Thieves broke into a building at Odsan, triggering an alarm and a response from Protector Security System, the police have reported. Assistant Police Commissioner  Responsible for Crime and Intelligence, Wayne Charlery, told St Lucia Times that the initial report was made to the police about 2:40 .am Friday. He explained that the Supervisor of the […]

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Saint Lucia Police have launched an investigation into the posting on social media of a photograph of two male students holding what appear to be firearms. Both students, who seem to be in heir mid teens, are wearing school uniforms. One is pointing a handgun towards the camera, while the other cradles what looks like […]

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The Saint Lucia Social Development Fund (SSDF), and the Canaries-UK Association are raising funds to get an ambulance for the community of Canaries. The target is at least $120,000, an official connected to the initiative told St Lucia Times. According to the Government Information Service (GIS), the village had been serviced by an ambulance for […]

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(SNO) — Former government minister Richard Frederick has called on the police commissioner to investigate a photo in which two secondary schoolboys brandish firearms. Frederick, a lawyer and former minister for physical planning, housing, urban renewal and local government, made the call Thursday via his weekly live talk show, ‘Can I Help You’, on MBC ...

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As global press converges on Saint Lucia in light of the apparent murder of 67-year-old British national Robert Hathaway, questions have been raised to Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee on the island’s strategy to offset anticipated backlash in the United Kingdom – Saint Lucia’s second largest source market.  Fedee instead deflected to his colleague minister for …
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Australia has just sweltered through at least five of its 10 warmest days on record, the BBC has reported, quoting local authorities. An extreme heatwave has afflicted the nation since Saturday, causing wildlife deaths, bushfires and an increase in hospital admissions, it was reported. Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology said preliminary readings showed daily national temperature […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Prime Min­is­ter Dr Kei­th Row­ley yes­ter­day ac­cept­ed some re­spon­si­bil­i­ty for San­dals Re­sorts In­ter­na­tion­al pulling out of the To­ba­go ho­tel project. “If I have to do this all over again I cer­tain­ly will spend more time try­ing to en­sure that the cyn­ics don’t con­trol the air­waves,” he said dur­ing his Con­ver­sa­tion with the ...

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