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SNO – The number of people with the dreaded coronavirus in the United States have jumped to 12, health officials said on Wednesday morning. They are warning that more positive cases will come to light. The latest case is in the state of Wisconsin. Officials say the person is isolated at home but not give ...

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SNO – The Patience Preschool in Mon Repos is in the process of picking up following a devastating fire which took place in the early hours of Tuesday, February 4, 2020. MP for the area, Dr. Gale T C Rigobert, has met with the administrator, teachers and parents of students who attend that school to ...

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SNO- 50 young people from Anse la Raye/Canaries have graduated from the Monroe College’s Hospitality Training Institute. The graduation ceremony took place on February 3. The training programmed was organized by the National Apprenticeship Programme St. Lucia in the Office of the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia. The graduates were all trained in the areas ...

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SNO – Beginning on May 12th, 2020, a new national population and housing census will begin in Saint Lucia, which will help the government determine strategic policies and programmes for the next decade. The theme for the census is “Konté Sent Lisi.” Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is now calling on all Saint Lucians to be ...

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SNO – Chinese charge d’affaires to Dominica, Luo Songtao, has said there is no need to panic over the outbreak of the coronavirus, which is now gripping the world. He admitted that the situation is challenging but expressed determination that his country, where the outbreak originated, will win the battle. “There is no need to ...

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Press Release:–  Following an early morning fire on Tuesday 4th February that destroyed the Patience preschool, Parliamentary Representative for Micoud North met with the administrator, teachers and parents of students who attend that school. The Administrator Ms. Ebony Joseph recalled the horror of watching the more than 30 year old structure go up in flames. […]

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Jamaica Observer:- THERE is no case of the novel coronavirus in Jamaica, but some Chinese restaurants are feeling the heat from the disease which has forced major fast-food chains and retailers in China to shut their doors as the death toll from the virus rises. On Saturday, when the Jamaica Observer made checks with Chinese […]

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BBC News:– At least 10 people on board a cruise ship docked in the Japanese port of Yokohama have tested positive for coronavirus, health authorities said. Almost 300 of the 3,700 people on the Diamond Princess have been tested so far. The number of infected could rise. The checks began after an 80-year-old Hong Kong […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) – A Woman Police Constable and her two brothers, reappeared before an Arima Magistrate today, charged with crimes linked to an incident involving police officers in the Maloney district, on January 25. WPC Reanne Wilson, a Special Reserve Police officer last attached to the Arouca Police Station, was charged with obstruction, aiding and ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – ANNIESHA Ramsay, the woman held with the baby who was snatched from his mother’s arms last October, is to appear in the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court today. The 21-year-old woman, who was heavily pregnant last year, was charged with child stealing following a ruling by the Office of the Director ...

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