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(DOMINICA NEWS ONLINE) — The Ross University School of Medicine, which departed Dominica recently, is headed for a court battle with landlords in Portsmouth who are now pursuing legal action against it. This is in addition to a lawsuit against the institution by the government of Dominica. After a meeting between government officials and landlords ...

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(SKY NEWS) — West Indies cricketer Shannon Gabriel has been charged by the international cricketing body over an “inappropriate comment” to England captain Joe Root. Root was overheard saying “there’s nothing wrong with being gay” as he reacted to something that Gabriel said which was not picked up by microphones in the on-field incident on ...

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(SNO) — A search is still underway for a missing 87-year-old male resident of Bocage, Castries. Relatives said Ignatius Eugene, also known as Mr. Son, was last seen about 1 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, at his residence, wearing a blue and white striped top and army-green pants. They say he suffers from dementia — ...

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GROS ISLET, St Lucia, Feb 12, CMC – Roston Chase struck an entertaining fifth Test hundred to take some of the shine off a clinical England performance, as West Indies crashed to a heavy 232-run defeat in the third and final Test here Tuesday. Asked to chase an improbable 485 after England declared their second ...

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(SNO) – A young man who was on Monday apprehended by residents after he attacked a family in Agard, Morne Du Don, Castries is back in police custody after he reportedly caused a disturbance at a city infant/primary school. Details are sketchy at this time, but our newsroom has received three video clips, one of ...

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(SNO) — In recent times, several video clips have surfaced on social media in Saint Lucia, showing people in contact with boa constrictor snakes. As a result, members of the public have expressed concern that snakes appear to be leaving their natural habitats and moving closer to people’s homes. Even local wildlife experts have weighed ...

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(SNO) – Exactly one month after his death, police have yet to formally arrest and charge anyone in connection with the murder of British national and longtime resident, Robert ‘Bob’ Hathaway. The lifeless body of the businessman was discovered with “apparent wounds” at about 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, January 13, a police press release stated. A ...

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Fox News:-  California Sen. Kamala Harris claims she listened to Snoop Dogg and Tupac Shakur when she smoked pot in college – but the West Coast rappers weren’t putting out music until years after she graduated. “I have. And I inhaled. I did inhale,” Harris said when asked if she has smoked weed. “It was a joint.” Harris made her comments […]

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Minister for Equity, Social Justice, Local Government and Empowerment, Lenard Montoute, has disclosed that no significant gains have been made in Saint Lucia in reducing poverty figures. However, he explained that the government  of Saint Lucia continues to allocate a substantial  amount of its limited resources, estimated at about $34 million, towards poverty reduction efforts. […]

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GROS ISLET, St Lucia, Feb 12, CMC – Roston Chase’s second half-century of the series and eighth of his career did nothing to hamper England’s dominant march towards a comprehensive win on penultimate day of the third and final Test here Tuesday. The right-handed Chase was unbeaten on 53 as West Indies, set an improbable ...

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