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(SNO) — Two people are in custody in connection with the shooting death of 49-year-old Syrian national and Rodney Heights resident Souheil Wassouf, HTS is reporting. The two were taken as persons of interest, days after the brutal execution-style slaying of the businessman in Jacmel/Anse la Raye on February 11, 2019. No further details were ...

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(SNO) — A mural is being created in Saltibus to honour the memories of residents who have contributed to the community. This was revealed by Bradley Felix, parliamentary representative for Choiseul/Saltibus, in a recent social media post. Felix wrote: “By remembering the people who have contributed to the community of Saltibus. Those we love don’t go ...

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(SNO) — It was business as usual, deja vu, more of the same, as the 39th annual Sports Awards Ceremony concluded on Saturday night at the Royalton Resort. Under the distinguished patronage of His Excellency, Governor General Sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac, the nation’s top athletes, coaches, administrators, technical officials, winning teams, and other contributors, were ...

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(SNO) — Former Prime Minister and Member of Parliament for Vieux Fort South, Dr. Kenny Anthony, is expressing concerns over the Hewanorra Airport Project and its ramification for the economy of Saint Lucia. In a social media post, he pointed out that there is celebration over the US$100-million project by the ruling United Workers Party (UWP) ...

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(BBC) — Police in New York are investigating claims a senior officer told members of his team to “shoot” the rapper 50 Cent. It’s alleged Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez made the remark in June last year at a police roll-call for a boxing match which the star was due to attend. 50 Cent said on ...

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Jamaica Observer:–  UNITED States-based Professor, Dr Ashley Deans is recommending that Jamaica adopt a Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique to assist in addressing the country’s crime problem. Dr Deans made the recommendation while delivering a presentation at the Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA) Steering Committee last week at the Faculty of Medical Sciences at The University of the […]

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Dear Editor, A few days ago we were virtually  inundated with red and white outfits that portray Valentine Day. But love is not seasonal because it is divinely expressed in this way: ” love thy neighbor as thyself. “ I read a touching story from the Daily Nation newspaper, February 11, that tells of the […]

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Press Release:-  The Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC), the world’s largest trans-ocean sailing event, has been making landfall in Saint Lucia since 1990, making 2019 the 30th consecutive year that this famous event will arrive in Rodney Bay. The year 2019 also coincides with Saint Lucia’s 40th Anniversary of Independence. Following from the support provided since ARC 2014, […]

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