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News 24:- At least four would-be robbers tried and failed to rob a Cape Town bakery in full view of two children last week. According to the CCTV timestamp, the incident happened on Friday afternoon at the Delite Bakery in Lotus River. The video has been circulated on social media. In the video, a woman shields […]

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A Seven-Year Long Industrial Dispute Over A LUCELEC Salary Structure Is In The Hands Of A Labour Tribunal. But, Patience Is Wearing Thin For The Civil Service Association [CSA] – The Labour Union Representing More Than 100 Grade One Employees At LUCELEC. Without A Speedy Resolve, The CSA Warns, Industrial Action Will Be “Escalated”.
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8:00 PM 26TH SEPTEMBER 2018: A TROPICAL STORM WARNING CONTINUES FOR SAINT LUCIA. TROPICAL STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR BARBADOS, MARTINIQUE, DOMINICA AND GUADELOUPE AT 8:00 P.M. TODAY, THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM KIRK WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 12.7 NORTH, LONGITUDE 56.1 WEST OR 280 MILES OR 450 KM EAST SOUTHEAST OF SAINT LUCIA. ...

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Folha.uol.com:-  There are 45 transgender people running for a Legislative seat in the upcoming general elections. The number, according to the Brazilian association for transgender people Antra, is the highest in history. “If there is a conservative side rising, there is another side which is reacting,” says Antra’s president Keila Simpson. In 2010, there were […]

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Following a prestrike meeting with all relevant stakeholders held on Wednesday 26th September 2018 and on gaining important information from the Saint Lucia Met Service about the passing of Tropical Storm Kirk, it has been decided that all schools across Saint Lucia will be closed on Thursday 27th September 2018 and all students are expected to stay home. Schools will remain closed on Friday 28th September 2018.

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Following a prestrike meeting with all relevant stakeholders held on Wednesday 26th September 2018 and on gaining important information from the Saint Lucia Met Service about the passing of Tropical Storm Kirk, it has been decided that all schools across Saint Lucia will be closed on Thursday 27th September 2018 and all students ...

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GIS Press Release:-  Following a prestrike meeting with all relevant stakeholders held on Wednesday 26th September 2018 and on gaining important information from the Saint Lucia Met Service about the passing of Tropical Storm Kirk, it has been decided that all schools across Saint Lucia will be closed on Thursday 27th September 2018 and all students […]

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Times/AFP:-  US President Donald Trump hinted Wednesday at a military response to Venezuela, vowing to take action against the leftist-ruled country whose economy has gone into a tailspin, as Argentina and five other nations filed a letter with the International Criminal Court calling on it to launch proceedings against President Nicolás Maduro’s administration. In total, […]

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El Pais:- A Madrid judge has decided to press ahead with a court case involving Spanish actor and activist Willy Toledo, in which he is accused of offending religious sentiments by insulting God and the Virgin Mary in messages posted on Facebook. Toledo was arrested on September 13 on orders from the judge, after he failed to appear […]

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Dallas News.com:-  CASTRIES, St. Lucia — Botham Jean used to live here in a two-story peach home overlooking the sea. The home atop a hill in the capital city is where he played soccer inside and broke his mother’s knickknacks. Where he used to climb from the balcony onto the neighbor’s house. And where he once […]

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