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Family members of a man found dead in a Monchy ravine on Monday November 19th are hoping that a police investigation will bring answers about his final hours. Julian Alfred was last seen by relatives on night of Sunday November 18th. Police are investigating the death of the man described by relatives as quiet and …
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(CMC) – The main opposition St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Tuesday filed a motion of no confidence against the government of Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, calling also for his immediate resignation as the head of the two and a half year-old administration. “In my capacity as leader of the Parliamentary Opposition and leader of the ...

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Not one, but two – that’s the number of dolphin park proposals which were then given the green light by the former Saint Lucia Labour Party Administration, says Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee. On Monday November 19th, Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph unearthed what he says, was a cabinet conclusion which discredits the former SLP government’s …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is not losing any sleep over the St. Lucia Labor Party’s “no confidence motion.” An unperturbed Chastanet told reporters on November 20th, that he was excited with the growth of the economy and is looking forward to his cabinet’s Parliamentary agenda for the remainder of the year.
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The Opposition led ‘no confidence’ motion against Prime Minister and Micoud South MP Allen Chastanet, was formally handed in by Opposition Leader Philip J Pierre to the Clerk of Parliament on Tuesday November 20th. House Speaker Andy Daniel has not publicly disclosed the anticipated date when Saint Lucia’s 17 elected Parliamentarians will debate the motion. …
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Members of the legal fraternity, law enforcement officers and officials of the National Security Ministry, are welcoming the unveiling of the Second District Court in Vieux Fort. The official opening of the court took place on 20 November. The National Security Minister says it’s the first in a series of court building refurbishments meant to …
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A retired educator is in police custody, as investigations into the alleged sexual assault of a 6-year-old boy advance. The accused who taught at a leading secondary school, was reportedly arrested on Sunday November 18th. Police investigators attached to the vulnerable persons team, are also pursuing more leads into additional sex abuse allegations from other …
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Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun continues to advocate for the ‘natural order’ for raising children as opposed to same-sex parenting. The Castries Central MP was asked about assisting LQBT human rights group “United and Strong”, in its goal of effecting change at the policy level.
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Broadcast Minister Dominic Fedee says he remains committed to ‘cleaning up’ the local airwaves. Fedee addressed the House of Assembly in March and accused local media workers and companies of working in a “chaotic and, directionless” landscape. According to Fedee, a proposed Broadcast Bill would rid the local radio and tv circuit of untoward content …
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Barbados Nation:–  The Royal Barbados Police Force is reporting a slight drop in crime for the first ten months of 2018 when compared to the corresponding period last year. Acting Commissioner Erwin Boyce told the media on Tuesday at police headquarters, Roebuck Street, The City, that up to November 10, reported crime showed a decrease of […]

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