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Chef Nina Compton’s feverishly anticipated restaurant, ‘Bywater American Bistro’ captures Restaurant of the Year (2018). The award was given by Eater New Orleans; An online food critiquing company which seeks the most charming, watering holes and trendsetting restaurants in New Orleans and 23 other cities across the US and lets persons know exactly which spots …
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The president of the St. Lucia Football Association (SLFA), Lyndon Cooper says the artificial turf facility has been handed over to the SLFA, and they’re currently working on acquiring seats, lighting and other amenities for the official opening sometime next January. An U14s tournament will begin next week, to aid in preparations for next year’s …
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Aaron James, alias ‘Insane’ has been charged in connection with the stabbing death last month of 18 year old Desroy President at Bruceville, Vieux Fort, police have said. President, of the same community, was stabbed multiple times in the back and chest, according to the police. Aaron ‘Insane’ James, who is also reported to be […]

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Shooting victim, Johnny Jeffers,  who was hit by a stray bullet Friday on Chaussee Road, has been discharged from Victoria Hospital and has been speaking to St Lucia Times Jeffers, a resident of Bois Patat, Castries, was hit in the shoulder. Speaking via telephone from his home, the victim recalled that he was standing on […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — On Tuesday, the Special Operations Response Team (SORT), a new arm of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service, made a multimillion-dollar drug bust in a gated community in Westmoorings, an upscale residential area in Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain. Led by the no-nonsense new Police Commissioner Gary Griffith, officers recovered […]

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts — The levels of corruption, conflicts of interest, victimisation, nepotism and cronyism have become the hallmarks of the near four-year-old Team Unity coalition headed by St Kitts and Nevis’ Prime Minister Dr Timothy Harris, former prime minister and current leader of the opposition, Dr Denzil Douglas, said on Wednesday. “The Team Unity […]

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Police are investigating a shooting incident on Chaussee Road in which an innocent passerby was injured, a senior law enforcement official has said. The incident occurred shortly after noon, the official told St Lucia Times. The victim was taken to Victoria Hospital. His medical condition was not immediately clear. An eyewitness recalled hearing gunshots and […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — The Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) and the CARICOM Competition Commission have both issued statements regarding the recently announced intention of Republic Financial Holdings Limited (RFHL) to purchase the banking assets of Canada’s Bank of Nova Scotia in nine English- and Dutch-speaking countries in the Caribbean, namely, […]

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By Bria Smith ROAD TOWN, BVI — Premier and minister of finance, Dr Orlando Smith, announced on Tuesday that the British Virgin Islands government has responded constructively to the European Union’s listing of non-cooperative jurisdictions and will take all reasonable steps to address EU concerns relating to ‘economic substance’. The premier also announced that Cabinet […]

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By Shamkoe Pilé BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (BGIS) — Regional businesses will soon have the opportunity to bid on millions of dollars’ worth of government contracts across the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), according to minister in the ministry of foreign trade of Barbados, Sandra Husbands, who was speaking at an ISO 20700 Standard in Management Consultancy Services workshop […]

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