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(JAMAICA STAR) A British woman who was “nearing orgasm ” suffered a stroke and passed out in the bedroom. According to the British Medical Journal, “the patient reported nearing orgasm while receiving oral sex from her partner before losing consciousness”. Commenting on the development, Dr Winston Dawes, the chief executive officer of Mahogany Health & ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) It’s been almost 20 years since 65-year-old Paul Morris last had sex, and he’s blaming doctors at two Jamaican hospitals. Morris said these doctors destroyed his penis after they misdiagnosed him, and treated him for prostate cancer for more than 19 years. “Mi penis did big and strong and long, but now it ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) Some 17 gangs in the parishes of St James, Westmoreland and Hanover are engaged in open war, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has claimed. Holness said that 56 gangs were operating in the three parishes that are now under a state of emergency (SOE). Lawmakers last week approved a 90-day extension of the measure, which ...

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Simple Flying:-  Despite reports of a hopeful cash injection by Virgin boss Richard Branson, it seems that LIAT are still high and dry. Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, has said that “nobody has contacted me about that”, claiming no such offer has been received. Previously it had been reported that […]

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The incident involving a Chinese national on the grounds of the former embassy of the Peoples Republic of China, raises some very uncomfortable questions about the role of the Chinese in St. Lucia. Though the dispute involving allegations of false imprisonment is over, at least as far as the firm at the centre of the …
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Road users beware, the traffic department is putting on notice drivers and bikers bent on breaking the law of the land, that they will be stepping up action against them, in an effort to enhance safety on our roads. This comes against the back-drop of a recent spike in horrific vehicular accidents.  
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The fire department says it has made much progress on the issue of fire investigations. The St. Lucia Fire Fighters Association had raised the issue in its recent dispute with the government. The fire service claims to be making progress in its capability to investigate the cause of fires.
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