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The parliament of Saint Lucia Thursday observed a moment of silence for a stevedore who died earlier in the day after a tragic accident on the Castries wharf. Minister for Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour, Stephenson King, called for the observance of the moment of silence before he made his contribution to the house on […]

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Public Service Doctor Ubaldus Raymond has proceeded on leave as the government of Saint Lucia investigates ‘recent information’ surrounding him. That’s according to a statement issued Thursday by the Attorney General’s Chambers. The full text of the statement is reproduced below: The Government of Saint Lucia has launched investigations into recent information being circulated in […]

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A judge has delayed the murder trial of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger to September, according to court records quoted by the Dallas Morning News. The online publication reported that State District Judge Tammy Kemp signed an order last week moving the trial from August to Sept. 23 in the slaying of Dallas accountant […]

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Dear Sir: The opposition UNC led by his political leader entered the House of Representatives on Friday very much prepared to debate the Civil Asset Forfeiture Bill. Once again, Speaker Annisette-George inserted herself unnecessarily, obtrusively and systematically into the debate and her intention was apparent – stymie the opposition and derail the debate. During the […]

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BBC News:- Retired Pope Benedict XVI has published a letter which blames clerical sex abuse on the “all-out sexual freedom” of the 1960s. He said that cultural and historical change had led to a “dissolution” of morality in Catholicism. The sexual revolution in the 1960s had led to homosexuality and paedophilia in Catholic establishments, he claimed. […]

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