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Saint Lucia businessman David Shimeld has dismissed as much ado about nothing, a heated exchange between him and government minister, Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute. The expletive laden weekend exchange which occurred at Shimeld’s Doolittle’s Restaurant in Marigot Bay, was recorded and posted on social media. Montoute could not be reached for comment on the incident which […]

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A woman who was visiting the’dangerous’  Martinique inmate, Ménélick Surena, at Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF), was held with drugs last week, it has been confirmed. According to a senior law enforcement official, BCF officials discovered 4 ounces of hashish concealed between the woman’s breasts. The official told St Lucia Times that the female was arrested […]

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The relationship between government and the average citizen is always ripe for ongoing reflection. Even in societies featuring liberal democracies, where there are strong barriers in place to guard against government intrusion, the digitisation and globalisation of our daily work and lives has driven change. Now governments make a case for greater access to information about citizens, arguing that the traditional right to privacy must not supplant the ability to effectively combat threats like terrorism.

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(SNO) — Two people sustained injuries in a motor vehicle accident in Bexon on Sunday morning, Dec. 15, according to a law enforcement source. The injured have been identified as Jean Rogers, 33, and Eugenia Serieux-Rogers, 32, who are both from Desruisseaux, Micoud, the source said. Reports indicate that the vehicle the duo were travelling ...

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Attorney at Law Mary Francis believes Saint Lucia’s justice system needs an overhaul. “We all know that the infrastructure is wanting,” she told reporters recently as Saint Lucia observed International Human Rights Day. According to Francis, the courts are not operating from proper buildings. She noted that the Magistrates’ court for the past five years […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — It’s been 26 years in the making, but on Saturday night in London, England, Toni-Ann Singh would not be denied the title of Miss World. Singh made history, becoming Jamaica’s fourth Miss World, the first since Lisa Hanna took the crown in 1993. She also joins title-holders Carole Joan Crawford, who won ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce walked away with the Best Female Athlete award at the first-ever Panam Sports Awards ceremony, which was held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Friday. Fraser-Pryce, who won gold in the 200m at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, earlier this year in a championships record 22.43 seconds, ...

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Sky News:– A woman whose one-year-old child was wrenched from her arms by officers in New York City is to receive a cash settlement from the city. A video showing Ms Headley lying on the floor as officers attempt to wrestle the child from her arms went viral in December 2018, prompting a police investigation. Jazmine […]

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