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The National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) has expressed concern over a sign prohibiting bus access to a road near Sunbilt Limited at Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet. Gros Islet drivers have complained that the sign is creating congestion. NCOPT President, Godfrey Ferdinand told St Lucia Times that the authorities did not consult his organisation on […]

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Trinidad Guardian:– Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith is look­ing to clamp down on the long list of of­fi­cers serv­ing in­def­i­nite sus­pen­sions due to crim­i­nal charges not­ing the state is pay­ing some $50 mil­lion an­nu­al­ly on these of­fi­cers. He re­vealed his plan dur­ing a Joint Se­lect Com­mit­tee deal­ing with the ex­pen­di­ture and in­ter­nal con­trols of the Trinidad […]

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Journal Sentinel:- Carol Ann McNeill-Skorupan’s ship had anchored at George Town in the Cayman Islands last month, the first stop on a nine-night Caribbean cruise that departed from Florida. Once in port on Feb. 3, the 68-year-old Madison woman got a notice that her third piece of luggage, which hadn’t arrived with her flight from Wisconsin to […]

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A bomb threat Friday morning forced the evacuation of several buildings on Bridge Street, Castries. Commercial activity along most of the street ground to a virtual halt and a backup of traffic resulted as vehicles had to be diverted  away from the affected area. Deputy Fire Chief, George Victorin, told St Lucia Times that the […]

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CNN:- It’s a shark-eat-shark world, as an Australian fisherman discovered this week. While fishing for small shark off the coast of New South Wales, Trapman Bermagui, also known as Jason, hooked a bronze whaler shark, which was promptly eaten by a colossal mako. Before the huge shark could be hauled in, however, it fell prey […]

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Sky News:- Prisoners have been given the ability to lock and unlock their own cells at one of Britain’s biggest jails. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) said the move at HMP Berwyn in Wrexham allowed inmates to have more privacy when they wanted time alone. Prison officers are expected to knock before entering the cells under […]

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Twenty-seven Special Olympians were celebrated by Digicel after returning home to Saint Lucia from the games in Abu Dhabi. The meet and greet event, held at the corporate office in Rodney Bay gave the athletes a chance to relax and relive their glory among Digicel staff members, friends, family and well-wishers. Digicel’s Marketing Manager Jamisha […]


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The Saint Lucia Ministry of Health and Wellness  is investigating a few deaths in adult males, which occurred during the month of March 2019, it has been disclosed. Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Doctor Merlene Fredericks-James says although a respiratory cause is suspected, vector borne diseases and other infectious diseases cannot yet be ruled out, as […]

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