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BBC News:- The gunman who killed three people at a US naval base in Pensacola, Florida, was a Saudi student, officials say. He has been named as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani – a Saudi military member in training at the site. He was shot dead by officials. The local sheriff’s office confirmed eight others were injured […]

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by Terry Finisterre Saint Lucian sailor Stephanie Devaux Lovell is presently engaged in a 3-week training camp at the Vilamoura Sailing Center in Vilamoura, Portugal. Lovell, a 2016 Olympian, is aiming to be the first Saint Lucian sailor to compete at multiple iterations of the Summer Olympics, and the first natural qualifier from Saint Lucia […]

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Saint Lucia police have commended a Castries resident who caught a 15-year old burglar in his home this week, but did the teenager no harm. The resident, former police ,Callistus Jn Louis, told St Lucia Times that he found a cutlass, a knife and a mask after managing to subdue the intruder. The youngster has since […]

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Jamaica Observer:– More than 10 kilogrammes, or roughly 22 pounds of legal cannabis, were recently exported to Canada by licensed Jamaican cannabis company, Global Canna Labs. Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw made the disclosure at a CanEx Investment Summit at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel in Downtown Toronto, Canada, last Thursday. Under […]

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Press Release:– The United Workers Party joins several regional and international organizations in expressing concerns about the lack of electoral reform in Dominica. The UWP believes that the power rests with the people of Dominica to ensure and demand that this democratic process is done in a manner which is transparent and meets the international standards […]

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Press Release:– A contingent of the Regional Security System’s (RSS) service personnel was deployed to the Commonwealth of Dominica on the December 3, 2019, at the request of the Government of Dominica, and with the approval of the RSS Council of Ministers.  This deployment is in accordance with the protocols set out in the Treaty governing […]

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Brandt Jean has been honored with an ethical award from a law enforcement organization in the united states. The teen brother of slain Botham Jean has received effusive praise world-wide for his poise, grace and forgiveness of the woman who took his beloved sibling’s life.
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As the transition from the Victoria Hospital to the Owen King EU Hospital enters its final leg, keen focus is being placed on human resources and employment. On November 26, Parliament passed an amendment to the Millennium Heights Medical Complex Act, that will protect the pensions of public officers who wish to be employed with […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – At 00:52:47 on Friday 6th December, Rodney Bay welcomed the first arrival of ARC 2019, French flagged Marsaudon TS5 Hallucine. Led by experienced ocean sailor Régis Guillemot, the crew of 50ft multihull have had a great blast across the Atlantic, clocking up a record day of 385nm, an average speed of 15.2knts, ...

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