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BBC News:–  The brother of a man who’s due to be executed in Texas says the family is working “non-stop” to halt it. Rodney Reed has spent 21 years on death row for the murder of Stacey Stites. His execution date is 20 November. He says he’s innocent and his lawyers claim that fresh evidence […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Mayor Peterson D. Francis is very excited about the developmental prospects for Castries as well as the changes coming to the city. This, after an MOU was signed which will see Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean and the government of Saint Lucia establishing a long-term concession agreement to formalize the terms and responsibilities ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The St. Jude Hospital is expected to provide better emergency medical service in the south of the island following the recent official handover ceremony of an ambulance to the hospital. Chairman of the St. Jude Hospital Board, Wayne Harrow, says it is hoped that the ambulance will be made good use of ...

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(GIS) — The government of Saint Lucia has placed culture and creative industries as one of the top ten priorities for development. The new term being used to define culture and creative industries is the orange economy. Minister responsible for Culture and Creative Industries, Senator Fortuna Belrose, believes that the creative industry can be maximized ...

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Press Release:-  The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development regrets to inform parents and guardians of students attending the Bocage and Sir Ira Simmons Secondary schools that those schools will remain closed until Monday November 11th, 2019. This is due to continued work at these schools in an attempt to address the […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — The St James Police are currently processing the scene where a male parent was shot and killed, while dropping off his child at the Cornwall Gardens Basic School, in Mount Salem, this morning. Reports are that shortly after 8a.m., the parent drove on to the compound of the school, to drop off ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — The investigation into how the children of Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi’s were allowed to use the shooting range at Camp Cumuto, where they were photographed holding what appeared to be high-powered weapons, is almost at a close. This was revealed by commissioner of police Gary Griffith yesterday during the weekly press briefing ...

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The fatal shooting of Miguel Edward alias “mad max” at the hands of Saint Lucia police is generating debate among those who support the police action and others who oppose it. but, the host of straight up Claudius Francis – a well known supporter of the police says the force may not have handled fall …
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