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A tropical disturbance is likely to become a tropical depression or storm by Friday and could pose a threat to the Bahamas, Florida and other parts of the Southeast Coast or Gulf Coast,  according to the Weather Channel. The tropical disturbance is currently located over the southeast Bahamas, with clusters of showers and thunderstorms extending […]

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A vegan activist who smeared fake blood over a McDonald’s in Brighton has been convicted of criminal damage. Dylan Roffey, 24, wore a pig’s mask as she protested at the fast food restaurant on 18 May against the slaughter of animals. Pictures of the demonstration showed the blood smeared over the floor of the McDonald’s. […]

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A passenger aircraft with 337 people on board was forced to divert in February after the pilot spilled coffee on the controls panel, UK investigators say. The Airbus A330-243 from Frankfurt, Germany, to Cancun, Mexico, had to land in Shannon, Ireland, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) reports. This was because the pilots’ audio control […]

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A resident of Morne du Don, Castries, is at a loss to explain how thieves managed to partially strip his vehicle without attracting attention. The vehicle’s alarm was armed at the time. The owner, who identified himself only as Andy, told St Lucia  Times that neighbours awakened him Thursday morning about 6:00 am. He said […]

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Press Release:– Castries, St. Lucia, September 11, 2019 – In response to the concerns of the residents of the CDC blocks located on Jn Baptiste Street and Darling Road, the Castries Constituency Council has agreed to discontinue its use of the residential garbage disposal facility located near the CDC block. This means that the council’s sanitation […]

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Press Release:-  The SLSWMA on Thursday, September 12, 2019 hosted a small gathering at its Head Office in honour of Acting Inspector Foster Chicot who is presently attached to the Marchand Police Station.  The gathering sought to acknowledge Sergeant Chicot who has been very instrumental in supporting the work of the Authority. Some of his […]

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