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BBC:–  An Australian woman “jumped off her seat” after being bitten by a snake on the toilet, a reptile handler says. Helen Richards, 59, received the non-venomous strike in the dark at a relative’s house in Brisbane on Tuesday. She received minor puncture wounds from the 1.5m (5ft) carpet python. Handler Jasmine Zeleny, who retrieved the […]

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Press Release:-  Stakeholders from a cross section of Saint Lucian society met at the Union Orchid Gardens on Monday, to discuss the Smart Education Project. Curriculum Specialist for Technology Integration, Germain Anthony, said several factors need to align before the project can be realized, including training teachers and school leaders, assigning human resources, sourcing software applications, […]

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Plans are underway to form a Saint Lucia Protective Services Federation (SLPSF), it has been announced. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force Welfare Association (RSLPFWA), the Saint Lucia Fire Service Association (SLFSA) and the Saint Lucia Ports Police Welfare Association (SLPPWA) met Thursday to advance the plans. The Presidents of the respective associations, Travis Chicot, […]

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A 25-year-old Bruceville resident was injured in an early morning shooting on January 24th.  The victim has been identified as Jahmill Pierre. News4orce has learned that a gunman who concealed his identity during the attack, opened fire on Pierre while on his commute near the ‘Shanty Town’ area in Vieux Fort. Witnesses say the shooter then …
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A former ambassador to the United Nations has appealed to the Allen Chastanet led administration to clarify its position on Venezuela. Earl Huntley has characterized Saint Lucia’s decision to not recognize the legitimacy of the Maduro Presidency but accept his incoming diplomats as ‘odd’. He says Caricom and other multinational bodies have taken notice.
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