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CNN: For the past five years, a winter hurricane and a series of tropical storms have formed before the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. Subtropical Storm Andrea continued the trend this week. The Atlantic hurricane season doesn’t officially begin until June 1, but meteorologists say the right combination of atmospheric conditions and warmer […]

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ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands — Elite runners from 11 countries are returning to St. Thomas on Monday, June 3 to compete for top honors in the third cruise marathon challenge as they island hop via the Carnival Fascination ship. The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism, in collaboration with St. Thomas Road Runners, will ...

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It would be newsworthy to discover the exact monthly payout by government for office space, especially since the police have now been moved from their head office at Upper Bridge Street to rental premises in the heart of the city. It would also be useful to discuss in layman terms, to what other worthy projects of national development these monthly payments might be applied. It is difficult to disentangle the increasing rent debacle from the ever-increasing complaints about fungi in public offices—what the average person refers to as mould. The common wisdom is that these “new” government offices were not built to be enclosed and air-conditioned, hence the infestations.

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12:00 NOON WEATHER REPORT DATE: 02ND JUNE, 2019 FORECASTER: E. FRANCIS PRESENT WEATHER AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY. PRESENT WEATHER AT GFL CHARLES AIRPORT IS PARTLY CLOUDY. PRESENT TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT IS 31 C OR 88 F. LAST NIGHT’S MINIMUM TEMPERATURE AT HEWANORRA AIRPORT WAS 25 C OR 77 F. WIND AT HEWANORRA ...

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The RSLPF says that 63lbs of cannabis was recovered during the operation. The chairman of the Cannabis Movement, Mr. Andre De Caires, has described as “unfortunate” a police drug interception believed to have led to the death of a man at sea. On Wednesday, local police addressed the incident: during a routine patrol on May […]

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The former location of the St. Lucia Fire Service headquarters on Jeremie Street was abuzz with activity on Monday morning as the relocation of vendors from Castries Market took effect. The area, which had remained vacant since the demolition of the headquarters in 2015, has been retro-fitted with bathroom stalls and a storage facility and now features numerous brightly painted trays filled with an assortment of local produce.

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When Prime Minister Allen Chastanet broached three weeks ago the effects of broken families on crime rates in Saint Lucia, the subsequent uproar from certain corners of our society perfectly encapsulated the finger-pointing culture that continues to plague this country. As was heard over the airwaves at the time, many attacked Chastanet’s comments, not on its merits, but on the basis of his skin tone. Others declared the prime minister sexist, even that his statement was an attack on single mothers.

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Barbados Today:- Amid an increase in violence and crime targeted at religious centers locally and internationally, church leaders have been strongly advised to double down on security including getting defense training. On Thursday night, dozens gathered at the Cave Hill Weslyan Holiness church for the series Man Talk, a monthly panel discussion series, moderated by veteran journalist, […]

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Trinidad Guardian:– A Diego Mar­tin fa­ther of three is striv­ing to en­ter the 2020 Guin­ness Book of World Records as he works to build the world’s longest and high­est high-rid­er bi­cy­cle. Jahzeel Joseph, 34, said, “That is my aim. I have al­ready writ­ten to them and re­ceived the guide­lines.” Joseph is in the process of build­ing […]

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