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The President of the Vendors Association, Peter ‘Ras Ipa’ Isaac, has said that Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, was out of order in a public spat with Police Commissioner, Sevein Moncherry. “I mean, you are trying to pick a quarrel with the police commissioner?” Isaac said. The Vendors Association President told St Lucia Times that he […]

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A resident of Morne du Don, Castries, is the latest person to have been arrested and charged by the City Police after urinating in public. The man has been identified by the police as Richard Mann, 41. According to law enforcement officials, Mann was caught urinating in public in the capital on November 16, 2018. […]

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I have good reason to recall the ambitious island-wide indoor rap sessions with SLP supporters, attended largely by the age group politicians love to refer to as “the youth,” and too often talk down to, as if indeed they were children especially slow on the uptake: forty years and under.

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Two persons, one of them a pensioner, were injured Friday night in separate road accidents in Castries, the police have said. Both were taken to hospital, according to reports. Law enforcement officials told St Lucia Times that a minibus came into contact with Emmanus Benedair, 72 on Jeremie Street. In another incident, also involving a […]

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Jamaica Observer:–  Bustamante Industrial Trade Union (BITU) President Senator Kavan Gayle says that the dispute with Scotiabank Jamaica over the transitioning of more jobs to other Caribbean countries could grow into a regional confrontation with the bank by next week. Senator Gayle said yesterday that several other trade unions within the region are concerned about the […]

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A Polish tourist who found himself in distress while visiting Castries Friday, has showered praise on Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis and the City Police. “I would really like to thank the Mayor, the officers and the City for taking so good care of me,” Jacek Kocarva said in an interview with St Lucia Times. The […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor LONDON, England — Parliamentarians from around the world are to question Dr Denzil Douglas, former prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis, at the inaugural hearing on Tuesday of an international grand committee on disinformation and ‘fake news’. Some 22 members of the committee from seven international parliaments, including Argentina, […]

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