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A young man who snatched a cell phone from a non-national in the city centre last week has been sentenced to six months in prison. HTS News4orce reported that witnesses and police sprung into action and caught the phone thief. The mayor’s office is praising the city police for their no non-sense approach to crime in …
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Saint Lucia’s chief veterinarian is hoping to allay public and farmers’ fears over the safety of pork, amid swine flu concerns. Dr. Auria King-Cenac says local pork is safe for consumption. She has made it clear that the H1N1 presently circulating in humans, is not originating from pigs.  
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Reuters:–  Pope Francis, in a dramatic gesture after an unprecedented retreat at the Vatican, knelt to kiss the feet of South Sudan’s previously warring leaders yesterday as he urged them to not return to a civil war. He appealed to Presi-dent Salva Kiir, his former deputy turned rebel leader Riek Machar, and three other vice presidents […]

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Trinidad Guardian:– Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young says Ja­maica’s dance­hall and reg­gae star Bu­ju Ban­ton will be the green light to en­ter the coun­try for his much-an­tic­i­pat­ed “Re­demp­tion” con­cert sched­uled next Sun­day at the Queen’s Park Sa­van­nah. Ban­ton, who re­al name Mark Myrie, was sen­tenced to ten years in prison in 2011 prison af­ter he was […]

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The Botham Jean Foundation made a donation of cash, toys and food supplies Friday to the New Beginning Transit Home and a separate cash donation the Boys Training Centre. Both institutions are located in Gros Islet. The donation was presented by foundation Director, Allison Jean, to assist the institutions in their Easter activities. Alison is […]

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Press Release:– It has been reported in some sections of the media that an individual who was involved in a fatal accident which took place at the Castries Port while loading bananas on Thursday, April 11, 2019 was an employee of Winfresh. The Management of Winfresh deeply regrets this incident and take the opportunity to […]

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Family members of the stevedore who died in a tragic accident Thursday afternoon on the Castries wharf say they have no information and are seeking answers in relation to his death. Wilson Joseph, 54, is reported to have been ‘squeezed’ by a 40 foot container while a vessel was being loaded. “Presently, we have no […]

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Josiah Antoine, alias ‘Red Ants’, has been sentenced to six months in prison for snatching a mobile telephone from a non-national, the office of Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis has announced. A release from the Mayor’s office said Antoine was also fined $500 for possession of a dangerous weapon when he appeared in court at Gros […]

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