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(SNO) — Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has expressed his “continued support” for law enforcement officers in Saint Lucia, as he acknowledged on social media that police officers, firefighters, ports police officers, correctional officers and representatives of the City Police, have commenced a one-week training session in human rights and social justice. “I wish to express ...

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(ABC NEWS) — It is not just humans seeking love on Valentine’s Day; a new matchmaking app is bringing cows together. United Kingdom farming startup, Hectare Agritech, has created Tudder, a Tinder-style app that helps farmers find breeding matches by viewing pictures of cattle with details of their age, location and owner. When users swipe ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 14, CMC – Police are warning party-goers that they could face criminal charges if they continue to follow, very much the lyrics of Grenadian singer, Hollis “Mr Killa” Mapp to “Run With It”. Mapp’s 2019 song for the Carnival celebrations here has literally led to persons virtually picking up anything ...

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(SNO) — Residents of Augier, Vieux Fort are crying foul over a chicken farm which they say is located near a residential area in the community. They told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the farm is really affecting everyone because of bad odor and dust emanating from it. They added that many complaints have ...

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A Babonneau minibus driver was robbed of an undisclosed sum of money on Tuesday night, it has been reported. The latest incident has raised questions in the minds of some minibus operators about the wisdom of working late nights. Public Relations Officer of the Babonneau Minibus Association, Collins Wilson, told Hot 7 News Wednesday night […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has lauded the administration of Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet for doing a good job in not only recognising, but honouring persons who have served this country well. But he feels that the notion that this is a ‘dead hero’s society’ must change. Francis was addressing a ceremony Wednesday to rename Serenity […]

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