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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com CASTRIES, St Lucia — National security minister, Hermangild Francis, has blamed the injunction granted to the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) preventing the demolition of the historic Castries Prison building, which was intended to house a brand new high court and police headquarters, for putting the […]

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By Eve George Caribbean News Now senior correspondent PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Thousands took to the streets from South Trinidad to Port of Spain in a three-day march demonstrating for the removal of the current People’s National Movement (PNM) government led by Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley, mainly protesting the closure of the Petrotrin […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor PARAMARIBO, Suriname — Minister of public works, transport and communication, Patrick Penge, has told the Suriname Star News that the government expects to receive Surinam Airways’ (SLM) renewal plan in two weeks, which will demonstrate how the management plans to turn around the state-owned airline that has been […]

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(SNO) — The police officers, who arrested a man for insulting one of their own, among other charges, over the weekend, should not have immediately approached the suspect or the crowd brandishing firearms, according to a senior police officer. The incident, which was captured on amateur video and posted on Facebook, has since gone viral. ...

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(SNO) — Following the arrest of a man in Dennery over the weekend for insulting a police officer who among other charges, many Saint Lucians have been debating on social media whether his actions, seen in a viral video, were a crime or not. But his actions were indeed a crime. Yes, it was illegal. ...

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Police Officers in a video that has gone viral on social media have been commended for their restraint during an incident at Dennery Sunday morning, when they arrested a man while onlookers questioned their actions. The controversy appears to have started when a police officer was trying to determine whether a motorbike was legal. “As […]

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Shamfest 2K 18,  got off to a good start on Saturday October 6th 2018, at the Vigie Multi Purpose Sports Complex.  This is a  premier netball tournament hosted by the Shamrock Sports Club in collaboration with Blue Waters who has partnered with the club for the first time. Results: In  the Under 15 Division  St.Joseph’s …
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Press Release- The curtains of the 2018 16th edition of the Blackheart/SLFA knockout competition came to an end at the PMG on October 6th infront 8000 spectators. Both teams in the grand final were aiming to create their own piece of history. Laborie playing their first ever district finals and Vieux Fort South aiming for a …
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Press Release- The third place play off between Dennery and Central Castries took place on October 6th at the PMG in Vieux Fort infront a good capacity crowd. Dennery got to this point after Laborie came from 2-0 to win it all 3-2 deep into extra time. Central Castries was defeated by the defending champions …
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[Press Release] In the wake of the reported 5.9-magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on the evening of Saturday 6th October 2018, the Government of Saint Lucia has expressed condolences to the Government and People of Haiti. It has been reported that at least 12 people have died and over 200 were injured in the earthquake …
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