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By Terry Finisterre 13 teams from around the Caribbean are vying for three spots in the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. Today at the Jamaica National Stadium in Kingston, Group B action got underway. Saint Lucia’s senior women locked horns with Barbados, in what appears to have been a close, hard-fought battle. Barbados, though, […]

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(DAILY MAIL) — The judge in Amber Guyger’s murder trial has ruled that jurors can consider the stand your ground law in their verdict after the white cop shot dead her black neighbor when she allegedly mistakenly entered his apartment thinking it was her own. Jurors started deliberating on Monday afternoon following a week of ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Jamaica’s top prosecutor has defended the decision by one of her deputies to withdraw rape charges against a man who was allegedly linked through DNA evidence to a string of sexual attacks in Red Hill, St Andrew, in 2015. Byron Tingling was initially placed before the court in 2017 on two counts ...

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By Terry Finisterre The Saint Lucia Rugby Football Union (SLRFU) held the first round of its Community Rugby 7s held at Marigot on Sunday 29 September 2019. Six games were played. Rogues 1 whipped Reela RFC 26-7, whilst Rogues 2 edged Whiptail Warriors 19-17 in the opening encounters. Reela RFC absolutely dominated Whiptail Warriors, winning […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — A Jamaican pastor said he would have no problem putting a microchip under his skin as one way to avoid using cash. Pastor Sean Major-Campbell of the Rector of Christ Church in Vineyard Town, St Andrew, said he does not think that the use of microchips in places like Sweden is a ...

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UpThirteen teams from around the Caribbean are vying for three spots in the 2020 Concacaf Women’s Olympic Qualifying Championship. Today, at the Jamaica National Stadium in Kingston, Group B action got underway. Saint Lucia’s senior women locked horns with Barbados, in what appears to have been a close, hard-fought battle. Barbados, though, would come away ...

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There is a change in the deputy leadership position of the St. Lucia labour party. On Saturday the party held elections for its first and second deputy leaders. The voting was done through secret ballot. The member for Castries south dr. Ernest Hilaire was elected to the post of first deputy leader.
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The Cannabis Movement of Saint Lucia expects the full legalisation of marijuana by the end of 2019, the organisation’s Chairman Andre DeCaires has told St Lucia Times. DeCaires spoke against the backdrop of the second meeting of the Cannabis Commission on Friday, September 20, 2019. “It was a great meeting,” he disclosed. “We realised that […]

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