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The St. Lucia Arthritis and Lupus Association joined the international community in the observance of World Lupus Day. The association held a special exposition on Friday to better inform the public about Lupus.  
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The wife of murdered Saint Lucia businessman ‘Stan’Pistol, says  she has forgiven his killers and prays that they ask God for forgiveness. Mrs. Grandalen Pistol was left without a husband and father of her children as a result of a violent robbery that resulted in the shooting death of her husband on Friday 15th February. …
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The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has announced that come June 2019, it will be putting polymer banknotes which are cleaner, safer and stronger, into circulation. According to the bank’s official website, the circulation will commence with the new $50, followed by the $100, $20 and $10 in August-September and the $5 in 2020. The ECCB […]

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Press Release:– The Department of Health Sciences at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC), hosted a commissioning ceremony last week to acknowledge the new facilities that will assist in delivering the department’s mandate. The CAMDU building is presently being reconfigured for delivery of the soon-to-be-introduced Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and other programs. The ceremony […]

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Caribbean residents can receive 25 per cent off all-inclusive rates from Bay Gardens Resorts in Saint Lucia this summer and autumn. The Caribcation special offers bargain packages, with full meals for two guests, unlimited house brand drinks and free access to the popular Splash Island, Saint Lucia’s first open-water sports park, off the famous Reduit Beach, plus a complimentary daily spa treatment for each room.

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Trinidad Express:- A businessman was shot dead while saying prayers in a mosque in California, Couva, on Friday. Haniff Mohammed, a contractor, was killed inside the premises. The shooting happened around 1.30 p.m. at Junon Street. Member of Parliament for Couva South Rudranath Indarsingh said the killing sent shock waves through the community. During a telephone […]

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RJR News:- The Antigua and Barbuda government has made a formal offer to Barbados to acquire its shares in the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT. A statement issued following the weekly Cabinet meeting said that Prime Minister Gaston Browne indicated to the Cabinet members that he has written to Prime Minister Mia Mottley on the LIAT restructuring […]

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NBC News:- A murder suspect who was shot by police after firing at officers during a police chase near Los Angeles was in surgery Friday night, authorities said. No police officers or sheriff’s deputies were wounded. Friday’s pursuit and shootings happened after a man suspected of killing a man in Downey during an attempted robbery earlier […]

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BBC News:– Fighting erupted in Hong Kong’s legislature on Saturday over planned changes to the law allowing suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial. Several lawmakers were injured and one was taken to hospital as politicians clashed in the chamber. Critics believe the proposed switch to the extradition law would erode Hong Kong’s freedoms. […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:-  In an alleged case of abuse of power and violation of human rights, conscious reggae artiste JahDore, whose real name is Sean McDonald, said members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) forcibly took his Rastafarian children from their home, trimmed their locks and fed them meat. McDonald, a Rastafarian, also said that he sustained […]

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