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BBC News:– An orangutan which spent 20 years in an Argentine zoo is being moved to a US animal sanctuary after being granted the same legal rights as humans. Lawyers won a landmark appeal for Sandra in 2014, arguing she was being detained in Buenos Aires illegally. The ruling found her to be Argentina’s first “nonhuman […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has told world leaders that military action is not the answer to the current situation in Venezuela. Chastanet was Friday addressing the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. “On the issue of Venezuela, Saint Lucia continues to believe that this crisis should be resolved peacefully and […]

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(NEW YORK POST) — A woman who claims to be allergic to Wi-Fi is asking her hometown to discontinue their wireless internet to ease her condition Rosi Gladwell, 70, currently spends much of her time tucked inside a copper and silver thread sleeping bag, which cost her $500, to avoid electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by ...

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Press Release:- Momentum continues to build for the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club’s The Pitons Cup with America’s racing and breeding behemoth WinStar Farm confirmed as a participant. WinStar Farm’s addition to a building roster of major US racing operations is unsurprising. The record of the multi-Eclipse Award winning WinStar Farm is storied and promotes it […]

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The community of Sarot and environs are calling for assistance to help curb the sharp rise in robberies. The near daily acts are making normal life for the communities difficult.
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still to come, the government seeks to unlock the potential of agro processing, prime minister Allen Chastanet addresses the un general assembly on Friday, and creole heritage month to be launched in Soufriere on Sunday.
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The folk research centre, the Soufriere regional development foundation and other partners will be launching creole heritage month in the town of Soufriere on Sunday.
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A fire of still unknown origin destroyed an abandoned house at waterworks on Thursday evening. Firefighters worker diligently to avoid the fire spreading to other nearby buildings.
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