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According to onlookers on the scene, early Monday morning, 24-year-old Ted Leriche of Hospital Road was attempting to jump over the median that separates traffic going north and south when a southbound black Subaru collided with him. Within minutes several nauseating videos and stills of the accident were in circulation, including the victim’s severed lower leg on the ground. Some in the gawking crowd at the scene of the accident were still in their swimsuits, having rushed from a nearby beach event.

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During a United Workers Party public rally last Sunday, Commerce Minister Bradley Felix, the government’s point man on cannabis, addressed the burning issue of marijuana. The minister told the Soufriere crowd that in 2019 “we can no longer arrest a man for a joint” and bemoaned, “You’re arresting a man for a flower; a bud; for grass.”

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Saint Lucia’s Health Minister Mary Isaac has expressed the view that health care locally is getting better. “It is improving day by day – slowly yes, because there’s a lot of financing that’s required,” she told reporters this week. Isaac observed that throughout the Caribbean there’s a movement of skilled and experienced nurses. She observed […]

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CNN:- A passenger on a UK-Pakistan flight at Manchester Airport caused severe delays after opening the emergency exit door in an attempt to reach the bathroom while the plane was still on the ground. Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight 702 was due to fly from Manchester, UK, to Islamabad, Pakistan, on Friday but suffered a […]

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Mary Williams, mother of Kimberly De Leon, who was fatally shot at her residence last October, has more than once publicly accused the authorities of being negligent in their duties regarding the investigation of her daughter’s homicide. Williams has suggested a clear conflict of interest and that what could have been solved a long time ago is being deliberately delayed.

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Saint Lucia has broken ground for the construction of Cabot Saint Lucia- a new Golf Resort at Point Hardy, Cap Estate. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet says Cabot Saint Lucia will feature an 18-hole golf course called Cabot Point. “Resort amenities are expected to include a clubhouse, a 50-room boutique hotel, three restaurants, retail shops, a […]

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The United States has always enjoyed stable and productive relations with the Caribbean, but those bonds are set to get even stronger following a recent diplomatic mission that signalled new interest in investing in the region. The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) went on a whistlestop tour of the Caribbean in May, visiting five countries in four days. One of those countries was Saint Lucia, where the US delegation met with Prime Minister Chastanet and others to discuss possible areas of collaboration and investment.

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Press Release:–  Five netball teams from across the OECS will compete for the first Gloria Ballantyne Championship Trophy in the inaugural OECS/ECCB International Netball Series, which will be held in St Vincent and the Grenadines from 15 – 21 June. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), in collaboration with the OECS Commission, the Caribbean Netball Association […]

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Saint Lucia teachers turned out en masse Friday to attend a meeting summoned by their union to discuss an offer from the Government Negotiating Team (GNT), which they agreed to accept. The President of the Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU), Julian Monrose told reporters that the union had proposed an 8 percent salary increase to […]

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BBC News:–  A baby cut from his mother’s womb during a brutal attack in Chicago has died after two months on life support, a family spokeswoman has said. Yovanny Jadiel Lopez, the infant son of 19-year-old Marlen Ochoa-Lopez, had been in intensive care since the April attack that killed his mother. Police say Ms Ochoa-Lopez […]

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