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THIS ARTICLE HAS BEEN UPDATED. CLICK HERE FOR THE UPDATE. Press Release: On Tuesday, February 11, 2020, the Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sharon Belmar-George issued a statement confirming the medical quarantine of a non-national at a public health facility. The individual who arrived in Saint Lucia via a private yacht from a neighboring territory went […]

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NBCDFW:– It has been almost six months since the world watched the murder trial of Amber Guyger, the fired Dallas police officer, who was found guilty of murdering her neighbor Botham Jean in his own apartment. Now, a new play, inspired by the trial is ready for a staged reading. TCU theater professor, Ayvaunn Penn, wrote […]

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Press Release:- In light of the arrival of a cruiser who has been placed on medical quarantine; in keeping with the island’s national response protocols; whilst the necessary assessments are being undertaken (based on a press release from the Department of Health and Wellness- dated Feb 11, 2020) IGY Rodney Bay Marina would like to inform […]

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Press Release:– The National Integrated Planning and Programme Unit (NIPP) in the Department of Finance, has partnered with the University of Oxford and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) in the development of infrastructural planning tools aimed at strengthening evidence-based decision making for the island’s infrastructure development. During a training workshop to orient stakeholders […]

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Press Release:- A group of students from Jamaica are in Saint Lucia on a study tour of the city of Castries. The contingent of 44 students and two lecturers are from the Caribbean School of Architecture in Jamaica. The visit to St. Lucia is part of the requirement towards completion of their Bachelor’s degree. The […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – Coronavirus should be treated as “public enemy number one” — posing a bigger threat than terrorism, the World Health Organization has warned. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus insisted Tuesday that the virus — now formally named COVID-19 — is “a very grave threat” well beyond China, where it originated and has ...

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(CNN) – Last year, Pope Francis called for “bold proposals” to meet the spiritual needs of Catholics in the Amazon, a vast region with a scarcity of clerics. But in a papal document released Wednesday, Francis ignored the boldest one: allowing married priests. Instead, Francis’ highly anticipated document on the Amazon region, Querida Amazonia (Beloved ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – Brian Taitt, also known as Dog, was shot dead at his home in Cocorite on Wednesday morning. Taitt, 46, died at the scene. Police said Taitt was at his Harding Place home when he was shot multiple times. Residents reported explosions at around 3.30am. Police responded and discovered Taitt’s body. The shooter ...

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