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(GIS) — As part of the Medium Term Development Strategy for 2019-2022, government aims to reduce recidivism by 30 percent. In addition, Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet said crime hot spots will benefit from a stronger police presence in order to improve crime prevention and detection efforts. Mr. Chastanet said there will be increased foot ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Work on the second phase of the John Compton Dam Rehabilitation Project (JCD02) — dredging of the reservoir and transport of sediment — is set to begin in June 2019. The announcement was made by WASCO’s representatives, as well as the contractor for JCD02, VINCI Construction Maritime et Fluvial, who met with ...

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has again made it clear that his administration will not support the financially strapped airline LIAT, if there continues to be ‘business as usual’ at the carrier. “LIAT must change,” Chastanet told reporters Thursday during an impromptu interview. The former Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister spoke against the backdrop […]

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The President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, has cautioned members of the public against jumping to conclusions, following accusations of police brutality in the death of  a Marisule male. Saint Lucia Police said this week that the cause of death of 33 year old Ali Smith was not consistent with physical violence. […]

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RJR News:– The shareholder governments of the financially strapped regional carrier, LIAT, will meet in Barbados at month end amid concerns of a worsening financial crisis that could probably lead to the airline being grounded. Antigua and Barbuda Government Chief of Staff Lionel Hurst says the company’s directors will first gather in the morning and the […]

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Barbados Nation:– Attorney General Dale Marshall is warning Barbadians that terrorism threats might be closer to home than they think. Marshall, who is also Minister of Legal Affairs, said while he was “not trying to scare anybody”, everyone should be concerned about the Caribbean’s reported increase of “radicalised Muslims”, including those in neighbouring Trinidad and […]

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