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We can now confirm from multiple sources Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Friday afternoon accepted the resignation of the minister for the public service Senator Ubaldus Raymond. A recent release on social media of an audio allegedly featuring the voice of Ubaldus Raymond in salacious conversation with women went viral. So has a video featuring …
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The City Police have issued a new warning against urinating in public, after four males were hauled before the court this week and fined for indecent exposure. The men were all required to pay $500 or face two months in prison after pleading guilty to the offence. A bench warrant was issued for a fifth […]

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Washington Post:– The 23-year-old man who falsely claimed to be long-missing Illinois teen Timmothy Pitzen has been charged with lying to a federal agent, officials said Friday. Brian Michael Rini, who had recently been released from prison in Ohio, gave multiple false details to authorities about his identity and alleged abduction, including that he had been […]

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CNN:– A record haul of cocaine has been discovered in crates of bananas at supermarkets in northern Germany. The cocaine — amounting to hundreds of kilograms — was found on Wednesday in banana crates in six branches of the Aldi supermarket in the northern city of Rostock, and at an Aldi logistics center in Jarmen. […]

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Saint Lucia authorities are investigating two flu-related deaths amid an increase in flu cases on the Island, it has been announced. “We have been investigating two cases which are influenza related in males – two unusual deaths that are related to the flu, which is quite unusual for us in Saint Lucia and more so […]

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NBC News:- Comedian-turned-convict Bill Cosby has settled a federal lawsuit with seven women who accused him of defamation after they went public with sexual assault allegations, according to court documents filed Friday. The women sued Cosby in 2014, claiming that he falsely branded them as liars after they accused him of sexual abuse. The following year, […]

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The Intelligence Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) has been investigating a video which was posted on social media of a young man brandishing what appear to be two automatic weapons. The youth, whose identity is concealed, also has what seem to be three handguns in the pockets of his trousers as […]

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Trinidad Guardian:- A fe­male Spe­cial Re­serve Po­lice (SRP) has won her law­suit over her sus­pen­sion by for­mer po­lice com­mis­sion­er Stephen Williams, af­ter a provoca­tive pho­to­graph of her in uni­form was shared on so­cial me­dia two years ago. De­liv­er­ing an oral judge­ment at the Hall of Jus­tice in Port-of-Spain yes­ter­day, High Court Judge Devin­dra Ram­per­sad ruled that […]

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Dear Editor, Parents are asked all the time to support their children in their extra-curricular activities, particularly in their sporting activities.  I supported my children’s activities in sports and I’m now supporting my grandchildren as they participate. Those persons who are asking us to support our children should understand that the conditions at these events […]

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Some media houses in Saint Lucia have been chided by Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Seth Ampadu, for ‘always highlighting negative things in our communities’. “Just as we applaud our media for the good work they are doing to advance the good course of our country, we should also equally blame some of them […]

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