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(AP) – A man suspected of robbing a Wichita bank earlier this week spent time in federal prison after pleading guilty to robbing the same bank seven years ago. Federal prosecutors say 50-year-old Brent Allen Drees, of Wichita, is charged with one count of bank robbery. They allege Drees walked into the Conway Bank Tuesday, ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica is celebrating National Heroes’ Day on Monday with the political leaders urging nationals to reflect on th3e significance of the occasion as Jamaica continues to make its mark globally. Prime Minister Andrew Holness used the occasion to also call on Jamaicans to unite in the fight against crime, adding that that the ...

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Asserting that the Saint Lucia  constitution has served this country well, opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre, has said that the 1979 document is now due for revision. Pierre was addressing the annual conference of his Saint Lucia Labour (SLP) on Sunday in Laborie.  He recalled what he described as the machinations surrounding the appointment and […]

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Peterson Francis has been reappointed as Mayor of Castries, but well informed sources have told St Lucia Times that he is yet to respond to the letter of appointment from Local Government Minister, Senator Fortuna Belrose. Belrose, in the letter dated October 3, advised Francis that he has been reappointed to serve as Mayor from […]

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The President of the National Council on Public Transportation has welcomed a vehicular guardrails project which the Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy started this month to improve road safety. Godfrey Ferdinand said the project is necessary and lone overdue. “If safety is our concern we need to put all the necessary measures in place, […]

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Jamaica Observer:- A young man who reportedly stabbed his form teacher seven times, damaging her lungs and heart after she went to complain to his mother that he had deliberately bumped into her, was remanded for psychiatric evaluation. Matthew Smith, 18, of Cooreville Gardens, St Andrew, was arrested in August and charged with wounding with […]

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The Public Relations Officer of the Tafari Charlemagne Community Housing Association, Doctor Marcus Day, has expressed concern about an increase in homelessness in Saint Lucia, as a result of the removal of  some residents of La Clery, including persons who have occupied the CDC units in the community. The area has been earmarked for a ‘mixed use’ development project. […]

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