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It Is Not Often That One Comes From The Grave And Lives To Tell The Tale. Well That Was The Luck Of A Hawks-Bill Turtle At The Choc Cemetery. The Intervention Of Some Early Joggers Saved The Day.
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Local Prosecutors Were Sharpening Court Room Skills In The Areas Of Proceeds Of Crime And Money Laundering. The Four Day Programme Was Aimed At Providing A Better Understanding Of Money Laundering And The Proceeds From Crime In The Context Of St. Lucia. The Training Exercise Highlighted Some Of The Challenges As Well As Provided Possible …
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The Opposition St. Lucia Labour Party Is Calling On The Minister For National Security Senator Hermangild Francis To Provide Him With The Outcome Of Last Year’s National Crime Symposium. The Opposition Is Calling On The Senator To Demonstrate His Seriousness About The Exercise.
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On Monday Senator Raymond Who Has Responsibility For Finance And The Public Service, Accepted The Apologies Of The Two Young Ladies Who Were Accused Of Seeking To Blackmail Him. The Accused Teens Were Demanding Money And Threatened To Circulate His Photos And Texts, If He Failed To Deliver. Senator Raymond Said He Forgave The Girls, …
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(SKY NEWS) — Two kidnappers who forced their victim to perform Whitney Houston songs while naked have been jailed. Sakhawat Hussain, 35, and Andre Clarke, 30, poured boiling water on the man’s genitals and left “lasting scars” when they tortured him with axes, a baseball bat, a hammer and a knife. Their victim managed to ...

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(CMC) – A St. Lucia government minister Monday said he has accepted apologies from two young ladies who were charged with blackmailing him and that he is happy the court matter is now over. “I encouraged them and told them that though they cannot erase their past however they need to focus on their future,” ...

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The President of the Saint Lucia Teachers’ Union (SLTU), Julian Monrose, has urged Saint Lucian women to follow the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault. The #Me Too movement exploded in October 2017 as a  hashtag used on social media in an attempt to demonstrate the widespread prevalence of sexual assault and harassment, […]

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