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The Vice President of the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT), Kentry Frederick, says a matter involving the police and a Vieux Fort mini-bus driver was amicably resolved following a meeting with the authorities. Frederick described the meeting Thursday as ‘productive’. He told St Lucia Times that there was an issue involving a police officer […]

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Press Release:–  PayCab, a mobile application that merges growing transportation demands with evolving technology, is now available in Saint Lucia. The app, which is already available for download in the Apple iOS and Google Play Stores, delivers first-world services like Uber to the island. Initially introduced in Antigua in 2018, PayCab has evolved folds over matching […]

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Press Release:-  In a continuing effort to further the development of hospitality students at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC), the Commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) provided yet another opportunity for the students to hone their craft through practical experience. Students were given the prestigious opportunity to host a Diplomatic […]

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A Vieux Fort man succumbed Wednesday night after being shot with a spear gun last month, the police Press Office has reported. The Press Office identified the deceased as Stephen Octave. One male suspect is currently in custody in connection with the homicide, the office said in a statement. It was reported that Octave was […]

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(BBC) — Southern California has been struck by a moderate earthquake, of 6.4 magnitude, which has caused some fires. The tremor’s epicentre was near the city of Ridgecrest, about 150 miles (240 km) northeast of Los Angeles. People from the Mojave Desert to the Pacific coast are reported to have felt shaking as the US ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — KIDNAPPERS beat and dug a grave for an 18 year old Point Fortin man as they demanded information over missing marijuana. After enduring hours of torture, the teenager, released and dropped off at his father’s house on Monday. The victim told police that around 10.15 p.m. on Monday he was walking along ...

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Press Release:- There is a growing awareness worldwide of the negative ecological and aesthetic impact of improper disposal of single-use plastics. In response, the governments of the member states of the OECS (Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States) sub-region have been instituting policies, programs, and legislative measures in their respective jurisdictions, to address this challenge. The Ministry […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — St. Vincent and the Grenadines swept the male and female categories in the 14th CARICOM 10K road race in Saint Lucia on Sunday with female runner Linda McDowald recording a hattrick of victories in the event. Mc Dowald crossed the finish line in 40 minutes and 40 seconds to add to earlier ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — In what can on­ly be de­scribed as a freak ac­ci­dent two-year-old Ter­raci­na Ariel Meena Mooni­lal was crushed to death by the wheel of a truck in front of her hum­ble home in Waller­field on Wednes­day morn­ing. Un­know­ing­ly to the truck dri­ver, he drove off but was stopped a short dis­tance away by ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Twenty-five-year-old Cynthia Cozier died Thursday hours after she, her 8-month old baby and her sister were brutally chopped by their brother on Wednesday afternoon at Mariaba, a community in the Waramuri Village in Moruca, Region One. Cozier, a mother of three, was chopped to the head and other parts of the ...

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