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ABC News:-  More than 80 people were arrested during a protest in California’s capital on Monday night in the wake of the district attorney’s decision not to charge the two police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark last year, authorities said. The people were arrested on suspicion of unlawful assembly after authorities tried to disperse the […]

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The President of the Vendors Association, Peter ‘Ras Ipa’ Isaac, has given a less than enthusiastic response to news that the month of March is expected to be a record-breaking period in Saint Lucia’s cruise sector. According to tourism officials, between Friday March 1, and Sunday March 3, 2019, twelve  cruise vessels including the inaugural […]

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Trinidad Newsday:–  No sooner had he stepped out of a black SUV, Police Commissioner Gary Griffith was greeted with cheers and applause from masqueraders, members of a steel band and onlookers for J’Ouvert celebrations at South Quay, Port of Spain yesterday morning. Griffith, accompanied by National Security Minister Stuart Young, members of the Special Operations Response […]

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Superintendent Methodist Minister of the Mathodist Church here, Seth Ampadu, asserting that people are moving away from the church, has declared that it does not mean that they are moving away from God. “So many people have so many reasons why they do not go to church,” he said in an interview Monday. According to […]

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BBC News:-  Hillary Clinton has ruled out a second US presidential run in 2020. “I’m not running, but I’m going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe,” Mrs Clinton told New York’s News 12 TV channel. As the Democratic candidate in 2016, Mrs Clinton was widely expected to become the […]

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Press Release:-   DASH Independence Colour Run has completed what has been described as its most exciting and impactful year yet. The event is designed to coincide with the Saint Lucia Independence celebrations and has successfully maintained the title of most colourful event on the island’s independence calendar for the past five years. Thousands of participants […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  MINISTER of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, has given the ‘green light’ for persons with hearing impairment to participate in a driver’s examination as part of a pilot project. The Ministry of Public Security made the announcement on Monday in a statement, and noted that the decision is in keeping with Amendment of the Motor […]

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The Chairman of the Saint Lucia Fire Service Association has lamented that generally, members of the service are not recognised for what they do. Shane Felix explained that for a long time now, attempts have been made to get the public to understand what firefighters do. “Even in 2019, people still believe that fire officers […]

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