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A male individual has been remanded at the Anse La Raye Police Station in connection with the theft of a cow, according to a law enforcement official. The individual is reportedly one of several persons who were initially taken into police custody Thursday evening in connection with the theft of the animal, the official said. ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations, in partnership with the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), implemented the Education Quality Improvement Project (EQuIP) on October 3, 2018. This initiative is in support of the overall enhancement of Saint Lucia’s education sector. One component of the EQuIP is enhancing the capacity to improve ...

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A fisherman was stabbed in Canaries on Friday afternoon, according to reliable sources. The victim has been identified as Henzlee James, who is now a patient at St. Jude Hospital. Emergency officials said that at 5:29 p.m. the Canaries police contacted the Soufriere fire station which transported James to Soufriere Hospital. The victim was later ...

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Saint Lucia police are investigating a stabbing incident in the fishing village of Canaries Friday afternoon. Emergency officials confirmed that the Soufriere fire station responded about 5.30 pm after a report was made and conveyed a male individual to the Soufriere Hospital. The victim was later transferred to St Jude Hospital, the officials told St […]

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(GIS) — The new Castries market facility will be officially handed over this month. At the new facility, vendors will enjoy the comfort of covered vending facilities, built-in vending stations, and storage lockers. Mayor of Castries Peterson D. Francis encouraged vendors to seize the opportunities and new business that will come with the new vending ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Department of External Affairs regrets to inform of the passing of Mr. Ali Bennis, honorary consul for Saint Lucia in Monaco, on October 12, 2019. Mr. Bennis was appointed as honorary consul on July 21, 2011, and served in this capacity until his passing. He was the vice president, managing director ...

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CARICOM Today:– CARICOM Ministers with responsibility for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have agreed to collectively approach the Region’s telecommunications providers to eliminate roaming charges throughout the Community. This is one of the priorities which they identified as an early benefit with respect to achieving a CARICOM Single ICT Space. At a Special Meeting of […]

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Sky News:– A black cat that found fame after delaying a Monday night NFL game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys is still on the run. Multiple humane traps have been set up throughout the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, but attempts to find the feline haven’t been fruitful so far. In a statement, […]

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