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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis maintains that once the police commissioner has given a city police officer the oath of office, that officer can carry out arrests across Saint Lucia. The Police Welfare Association has criticized legislation that allows city police to extend their reach outside their municipality. Mayor Francis is calling for an end to …
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Here’s what’s coming up in the HTS News4orce tonight, for Tuesday the 2nd of April.   The Police Welfare Association (PWA) takes a strong stance against the legislation broadening the powers of the City Constabulary. The PWA president Travis Chicot wants the new law repealed.   The Mayor of Castries says the new powers are …
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BBC:– A Roman Catholic diocese near Madrid is being investigated after a newspaper reported that it was running courses to “cure” gay men of homosexuality. The deputy head of the Madrid regional administration, Pedro Rollán, warned of penalties if the Church had broken the region’s anti-homophobia laws. The bishopric of Alcalá de Henares, north-east of Spain’s […]

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Press Release:– Saint Lucian school counsellors, through the Division of Education, are receiving help from an external non-for-profit agency, to help inspire youth to successfully pursue their dreams in a career in aviation.  Mr. Neil Justin, an airline pilot, and The Live to Soar Corporation will facilitate symposiums to be held in the north and south […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, says he has apologised to a female who was robbed in Castries Tuesday morning. The incident occurred in the William Peter Boulevard about 10.00. a.m. The woman has been identified as an Italian national. The young man who snatched her mobile device was pursued by members of the public and City […]

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Stabroek News:– President David Granger has received and accepted the resignation of all coalition Members of Parliament (MPs) who are holders of dual citizenship, the government announced this morning. “These members will not be returning to Parliament therefore, when it reconvenes on April 11, 2019,” the government said in a brief statement, in which it also […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has defended the City Police in the face of criticism of a bill granting them islandwide powers of arrest. The Police Welfare Association (PWA), in a hard-hitting statement Tuesday, warned that the move was ‘ill-advised’. And a senior police officer, speaking to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity earlier this […]

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CMC:– Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister Gaston Browne has welcomed the decision by pilots and staff of the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, to take a cut in salaries and wages, saying he is now confident that the much-needed restructuring of the company can proceed. Last week, President of the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIAPA), Carl […]

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