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Asserting that the safety and security of locals and visitors in the City of Castries are his priorities, Mayor Peterson Francis has called on citizens to play their part in the fight against crime. Francis spoke against the backdrop of an attack Saturday  in Castries on a Canadian couple who were visiting Saint Lucia for […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  THE woman who was taken into custody last week when she turned up at the Registrar General’s Department in Twickenham Park, St Catherine to register a baby, which was subsequently discovered to be stolen, will be charged today. Her identity has not yet been released. The police said she was pointed out as the […]

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Press Release:-  The Inland Revenue Department wishes to remind all employers that February 15, 2019 is the deadline date for the payment of the following tax types: P.A.Y.E. deducted during the month of January 2019 Insurance Premium Tax for the month of January 2019 Travel Tax for January 2019 Passenger Facility Fee 25 percent Withholding Tax […]

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(BARBADOS NATION) — There is an upsurge in the rodent population in Barbados and it is costing Government almost $200 000 annually in its baiting programme. The problem has become so widespread that seven of the nine polyclinics with health inspectors attached to them have been increasing their requests to the Vector Control Unit for ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A sound engineer who was charged with the sexual penetration of two girls appeared before the San Fernando Magistrates’ Court. Kharril Edwards, 19, faced magistrate Alicia Chankar charged that between August 31 and October 1 2018 he sexually penetrating a 14-year-old female child. A second charge laid by constable St John of ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A security guard who allegedly stole a money bag containing $157,000 he was hired to transport to the bank is expected to appear in court on Monday. The suspect, a 35 year old man of Bon Air Gardens, Arouca, is to appear before a Chaguanas magistrate. Police said on January 19 the ...

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