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The most terrible chapters of the Zika virus in the Caribbean are considered behind us. Yet this is a region of the world that knows in its heart and soul how a calm may just be the eye of the storm. With the worst of Zika over, many governments around the region have now switched gears and returned to the day to day, bread and butter issues as their key focus.

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Eight young children were killed in a school attack in the central Chinese province of Hubei on Monday. It was their first day of class. The attack took place at the Chaoyangpo Elementary School in Hubei’s Enshi City. According to a statement from the local government, a 40-year-old man surnamed Yu attacked students at the […]

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Sandals Foundation and its parent company Sandals Resorts International yesterday said they have mobilised disaster relief efforts to help the residents of Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama Island in Northern Bahamas in the aftermath of powerful Hurricane Dorian, which slammed into sections of the archipelago on Sunday, sowing chaos in low-lying communities and claiming at […]

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Residents of the northern Bahamas, some trapped on the roofs of homes, have sent out pleas for help after Hurricane Dorian stalled over the area. Dorian fell in strength on Tuesday to category three, but Grand Bahama island faced at least another day of heavy rain, high winds and storm surges. The storm killed at […]

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A new cohort of US Peace Corps volunteers has been sworn in. The volunteers will help fulfill the overarching goal of Peace Corps Caribbean: “Achieving World Peace and Friendships.” Associate Peace Corps Director, Sharmon Jules, noted that over 1000 US Peace Corps volunteers have served in Saint Lucia since the inception of the collaboration in […]

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By Terry Finisterre Bradley Nestor has taken the long way around to make the Saint Lucia national men’s football team. The 23-year-old forward, both of whose parents are from Castries, could feature in the upcoming Nations League campaign, which kicks off this weekend against one of the stronger teams in Central America, El Salvador. Nestor […]

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It was a hectic weekend for the emergency services, which had to respond to three fatalities. The community of Micoud, like many communities in the south of St. Lucia had witnessed a spike in the number of robberies. One such robbery early Saturday morning, resulted in the death of a father of five and a …
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The man suspected of kidnapping the 18 year old Ciceron girl has been arrested and charged. He is now being held on remand at the Bordelais prison having been denied bail.
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The stabbing death of Sarrot resident, Vic Dennis, Monday, has pushed Saint Lucia’s homicide toll to 32 so far for the year, police have disclosed. Dennis, 34, was stabbed during a robbery at his home. He was rushed to Victoria Hospital via ambulance but succumbed. Assistant Police Commissioner Wayne Charlery told a press briefing Monday […]

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