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Saint Lucia officials are considering using Rat Island as a quarantine area as this country prepares to face the global coronavirus threat. “We are looking at Rat Island which still remains in our laws as a place for quarantine,” Prime Minister Allen Chastanet stated. “So my government is exploring everything – like a hurricane coming […]

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Saint Lucia police are investigating the suspected drowning of a teenager at Reduit beach, Gros Islet, Sunday. Emergency officials told St Lucia Times that the incident involving the 17 year old female occurred about noon. According to an official, efforts were made to revive the teenager but she remained unresponsive. Police confirmed later that she […]

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Saint Lucia Aquatics Federation (SLAF) executive and members intently monitored the performance of five Saint Lucian swimmers as they represented our country in Lima, Peru for the UANA Swimming Cup. Swimmers from North, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean Islands, competed in the age groups 11-12, 13-14 and 15-17 in a variety of distance and stroke events.

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There were tense exchanges exchanges at Martinique’s Aimé Césaire International Airport Saturday, as demonstrators tried to block visitors aboard a tourist bus from boarding a cruise ship. The incident occurred Saturday afternoon and involved a tourist bus packed with 70 German nationals, according to local news reports. Martinique 1ere said the protesters were the same […]

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After 12 years as a psychology lecturer at the University of the Southern Caribbean, Trinidadian Imo Bakari has set himself a goal: writing at least ten books over the next ten years. His first book, 'Conversations', first hit the shelves in the twin-island republic in 2016. Now in its second printing, a book launch is scheduled for Tuesday, March 3 at Castries Central Library from 5 pm. Bakari explained that the inspiration to write this book arose out of his multi-faceted social, political and economic experiences in life.

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(SNO) – Three cases of the feared coronavirus (COVID-19) have been confirmed in the French island of St. Barthélemy (St. Barts) and French Saint Martin, the Agence France-Presse (AFP) has reported. The cases were confirmed by the Institut Pasteur Laboratory of Guadeloupe which is conducting tests for the virus. The cases involve a resident of ...

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Over six years after visiting British national Roger Pratt was killed in Saint Lucia, his murder trial came to an end last week. On January 17, 2014 Roger and his wife Margaret were docked in Vieux Fort on board their yacht Magnetic Attraction. An attack on the couple left Roger dead and his wife nursing injuries. The trial began on January 28, 2020 at the Nyerah Court in Castries. On February 21, jurors found Richie Kern, Jeromine Jones and Kervin Devaux guilty of murder. Fanis Joseph was found guilty of manslaughter. Sentencing is expected to take place on April 8, 2020, before which, a pre-sentencing report has to be submitted for all four men, and a psychiatric evaluation for the thre...

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With the number of homicides this year already nearing double digits, SERVOL’s Junior Life Programme (JLP) could not have come at a more opportune time. The Department of Education last September sent teachers to Trinidad and Tobago for JLP training to ensure that public sector schools are equipped to perform the necessary interventions that marginalized primary school students need in order to thrive and flourish.

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A Dennery man was shot in the head Saturday night during a drive-by incident and died later at hospital, police say. A law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that  the 30 year old of Oleon, Dennery, was transported to hospital showing ‘weak vitals’. He is reported to have been shot about 9:30 pm at […]

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