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Press Release:–  Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Devon Francis, as a result of a vehicular accident which occurred on Friday October 5, 2018 along the Grand Ravine, Dennery road. Devon Francis a twenty three year old (23) resident of Augier, Vieux Fort, was the sole occupant of the motorcar registration number PK […]

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BBC:–  A referendum to establish a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage in Romania has failed – after only a fifth of voters bothered to turn out. Romanians were being asked whether they wanted the constitution changed to specify that marriage can only be between a man and a woman. But just 20.4% of eligible voters cast […]

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The former President of the National Consumers’ Association, Kingsley St Hill, is not in support of standardised insurance premiums which the Saint Lucia Insurance Council has said it is considering. St Hill told St Lucia Times that consumers are entitled to the best deal. “If you standardise insurance rates it means that you will have […]

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BBC:-  A Madrid court has let off a former doctor over stealing newborn babies from their mothers and supplying them to infertile couples. The court found gynaecologist Eduardo Vela, 85, had committed the crimes but charges were dropped because too much time had elapsed. He is the first person to go on trial for illegal adoptions […]

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Saint Lucia teachers Union (SLTU) President, Julian Monrose, has criticised the Ministry of Education, asserting that ministry officials disrespect teachers. Monrose spoke at a ceremony Sunday in Soufriere that brought a close to Teachers’ Week activities. He observed that at an event to honour 41 teachers for their outstanding contribution to the development of this […]

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VATICAN CITY, Holy See (AFP) — Pope Francis said Saturday that silence on sexual abuse can “no longer be tolerated” as he ordered an investigation into Vatican archives concerning former archbishop of Washington Theodore McCarrick, who resigned in July. “Both abuse and its cover-up can no longer be tolerated,” said Francis in a Vatican statement […]

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Sky News:–  Four sisters are among 20 people dead after a limousine on its way to a 30th birthday party crashed into a parked car in upstate New York. Three of the sisters were with their husbands, according to the siblings’ aunt, Barbara Douglas, who identified the victims as Amy and Axel Steenburg, Abby and Adam […]

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Antigua Observer:–  A month before the electorate will be asked to vote in a referendum to determine whether or not the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) should replace the Privy Council as the nation’s final court of appeal, a new group has been formed to streamline opposition to the process. The CCJ CAN WAIT GROUP is […]

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Press Release:-  The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of LPG 20, 22, and 100 lb cylinders have been changed. The retail price of kerosene, gasoline and diesel remains unchanged. The price changes take effect […]

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