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(SNO) — A security camera has caught what appears to be a woman and a child shoplifting at local popular store S&S. The incident occurred on January 30, according to HTS News. Footage of the incident obtained by HTS shows the two entering the store, with the woman carrying a handbag, and the child, with a ...

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(SNO) — A 20-year-old male resident of Bruceville, Vieux Fort has been charged in connection with a recent shooting in his community, according to law enforcement sources. Irvin Julian, also known as ‘Block Chest, was charged with attempted murder on Thursday. He appeared in court on Friday, Feb. 1 but he did not enter a ...

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To commemorate St. Lucia’s 40th anniversary of Independence, total communications and entertainment provider, Digicel, has made its PlayGo app free for the month of February. This provides St. Lucian nationals with access to a wealth of news and entertainment on-the-go. Digicel customers will be able to watch more than 12 great international and local channels […]

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WASHINGTON, United States (CMC) — The Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) says more than 56,000 women in Latin America and the Caribbean are diagnosed with cervical cancer and more than 28,000 die annually. PAHO said it is striving to accelerate prevention and control efforts to create a future without cervical cancer, which is the third […]

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Fishermen Donovan Brooks and Clebe Passley landed a marlin weighing over 700 pounds yesterday morning off the coast of Manchioneal. “This marlin was caught between two banks — Grabler and Henry Homes — off the coast of Manchioneal this morning between 9:23 and 9:47,” Brooks told the Jamaica Observer. Displaying the bait ...

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Barbados Today:–  Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds is deeply disturbed by the number of violent deaths in Barbados during the first month of the year, warning that it had the potential to impact gravely on the island’s bread and butter tourism industry. Calling for an end to the violent crimes, most of which have been gun-related, […]

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 1, CMC – Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leader are meeting Friday to discuss the ongoing political situation in Venezuela, according to a brief statement from the Office of the Prime Minister here. A message posted on the Office of the Prime Minister’s official Twitter account noted that he and Foreign and ...

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NORTH SOUND, Antigua, Feb 1, CMC – West Indies dispensed with flair and charisma for the virtues of grind and attrition, as they wore down luckless England, to drive home their advantage on a compelling second day of the second Test here Friday. Confronted with a two-paced and unpredictable surface at the Vivian Richards Cricket ...

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KARACHI, Pakistan, Feb 1, CMC – Deandra Dottin belted a couple of sixes and a four as West Indies stunned Pakistan in the decisive Super Over, to win the second Twenty20 International and the three-match series with a match to spare here Friday. The tourists had earlier clawed their way back into the contest in ...

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Two gunmen wearing ‘hoodies’ held up a female outside Dr. Freezers fast food restaurant on High Street and took away her bag before escaping. The woman, identified as Soyini James , was not hurt during the incident on Wednesday. Her Mother, Antonia James, who owns the business, told St Lucia Times that her daughter arrived for […]

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