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The 23 year old victim of this week’s alleged hit and run incident at Union, Castries, is expected to be taken to neighbouring Martinique for medical treatment, persons familiar with the case have disclosed. Dimitri Mathurin was rushed to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of Victoria Hospital on Monday morning. Mathurin is reported to have […]

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Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Roger Gaspard, SC, has advised police to charge Public Service Association (PSA) Watson Duke with sedition. Responding to questions at the post-Cabinet press briefing, last evening, National Security Minister Stuart Young confirmed that he had been briefed on the recent development in Duke’s case. Duke was detained by police on […]

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By Terry Finisterre The South Castries Cricket Association will be delving into a new initiative when they stage their inaugural invitational T10 Smash Up. The six team competition is expected to bowl off on Tuesday September 3rd at the Mindoo Phillip Park from  4:45pm. Players from all over the island have confirmed participation with the […]

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The amazon in South American is on fire. There are currently more than one thousand separate fires in the world’s largest rainforest and that has implications for everyone on the planet.
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The northern Caribbean is keeping a close watch on hurricane Dorian, as the weather system continues to increase in strength. The forecast is for Dorian to become a major storm before making landfall on mainland united states.
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Carifesta 2019 came to an end on Sunday. St. Lucia made its presence felt at the festival in Trinidad and Tobago through dance, theatre and poetry. The festival organisers displayed for the first time in public the new logo for carifesta.
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The upsurge in the cases of measels in Europe is being closely monitored. This comes with the increase in the number of parents opting against vaccinating their children leaving them exposed to measels and other diseases. With international travel and tourism, diseases can spread easily from one country to another.
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Police to crackdown on unlicensed drivers -this as one man is listed as critical ,following an accident by a suspected unlicensed motorist.
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