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BBC News:– A black bear broke into a house in the US before escaping by smashing through a wall. Police in Colorado said the break-in happened on Friday evening when the house was vacant. Nobody was injured. The smell of rubbish probably attracted the bear, Estes Park police said. “Upon officer’s arrival, said bear forcibly breached […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Four stu­dents who were caught cheat­ing dur­ing the CSEC Maths ex­am in May — af­ter a video was post­ed to so­cial me­dia show­ing them and oth­er stu­dents us­ing their cell-phones to share an an­swer sheet — have been dis­qual­i­fied. This means they will not be grad­ed and will have to re-sit the ex­am at […]

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) says there were no apparent serious injuries after a nose to tail collision between two vehicles on Chaussee Road, Castries Saturday night. According to emergency officials, the collision involved a car and a pickup van near the North South Enterprises service station. Both ended up on the sidewalk opposite […]

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I think there are bigger issues we should be having discussions about. We are in a time in our world right now; here in America we have a tremendous challenge. There are a lot of issues going on. We have a racist President; he is prejudiced and misogynistic, who does not value anyone outside of himself. So we have a greater challenge in our own country to deal with as well. But that does not mean we cannot fight for what is right for people and look for others where they have missed an opportunity or may have been marginalized in their lifetime.”

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced plans for a summit of heads of government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the African Union. “Efforts will be made to stage a CARICOM/ AFRICAN UNION Heads of Government Summit over the next 12 months,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook page Saturday. The Saint Lucia PM was […]

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Sky News:– Police in south Wales have warned the public not to mock the appearance of a wanted man – or they could face a criminal investigation. The advice came after the force used Facebook to appeal for information about Jermaine Taylor from Newport, who breached his licence conditions after being released from prison in December. The […]

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Saint Lucia javelin thrower Albert Reynolds has won a bronze medal at the Pan American games in Lima, Peru. He came in behind Grenada’s Anderson Peters who broke the Pan-American Games record in the javelin throw on Saturday, throwing 87.31m  and Trinidad and Tobago’s Keshorn Walcott, the 2012 Olympic gold medallist, defending champion and world […]

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The 2019 Digicel scholarship programme is a milestone edition for nine students, their parents and the telecommunications provider. Four years ago, instead of sticking to the previous method of filtering a new set of students annually, the company decided to commit to the education of twenty-two students for five academic years. This year Digicel celebrated with the remaining nine students that maintained their end of the contract as they prepare to enter the final year of this commitment—fifth form and CXC year.

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Following the publication of Virgin Atlantic’s termination of flights notice, Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee addressed the nation on Friday July 26. He disclosed that the British airline had demanded a EC$20 million subsidy. On Monday the prime minister said, “Virgin Atlantic has made a significant contribution to the development of this country, and for that I am extremely grateful.

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