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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — After some 30 minutes of exchanging gunfire, ranks of the Guyana Police Force killed two of three bandits who invaded a house at Norton and Victor Streets, Lodge, Georgetown Thursday night, Police Public Relations Officer Superintendent Jairam Ramlackhan confirmed to the News Room. The ranks were praised by residents of the ...

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Former leader of the Lucian People’s Movement (LPM) political party, Therold ‘Sardine’ Prudent, has officially thrown his hat in the political ring for the Gros Islet seat, saying his entire life has been devoted to serving the people of Gros Islet and by extension, Saint Lucia. Prudent is vying to be nominated by the opposition ...

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Did you know that Dennery Knob is one of the most deserted and isolated coastlines of St. Lucia? It is located between Mamelles Point (Fond D’or) and Trou Cadet Point (Louvet). Dennery Knob consists of rugged coastline of huge cliffs where sea birds of all descriptions nest.  The hills are covered in a prickly secondary ...

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(FORTUNE) — Target is warning customers not to use its “heyday” charging cable to power up their Apple device. The retailer, in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, has recalled 90,000 of the cables after receiving reports of them smoking, sparking or igniting fires when plugged in. Two consumers have burned their fingers on ...

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Press Release:– The Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of China (Taiwan), Dr. Jaushieh Joseph Wu arrived in Saint Lucia for an Official Visit today, which will see him visit the town of Soufriere and attend a signing and sod-turning ceremony in Saltibus. Minister with responsibility for External Affairs, Honourable Sarah Flood-Beaubrun welcomed the Foreign […]

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The opposition St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) called a press conference on Thursday. The main subject of the press conference was the Prime Minister’s response to the question of the commitment letter, bearing what appears to be the signature of minister Guy Joseph. The Labour party is calling the Prime Minister’s response very disappointing.  
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The battle lines between the Jeremie Street fruit and vegetable vendors and the mayor’s office are firmly drawn. The Jeremie Street vendors are protesting their eviction by the mayor from their place of operation. They say that unlike car park vendors, who were consulted and assisted in relocating, they were given no notice.     …
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Human rights advocate and attorney at law Mary Francis has called for an independent investigation into the shooting death of the 17-year-old Entrepot Secondary School student. Neither the ministry of education, nor the Entrepot Secondary School have commented on the incident. However, the fact that the student was in the presence of his teacher has raised …
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The Civil Service Association at its recently held annual general meeting briefed its members on its upcoming negotiations with employers. The CSA has a hectic few months ahead.  
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