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The sister of Botham Jean believes that the murder trial of former Dallas cop, Amber Guyger should go ahead as planned, media reports say. Alyssa Findley spoke against the backdrop of assertions by the head of the Dallas Police Association that the trial should be delayed. Sergeant Mike Mata urged that the trial be delayed […]

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Press Release:- The Humanistic Solidarity Association (Saint Lucia-Cuba) is deeply saddened by the continued and further strengthening of sanctions against the people and government of Cuba by the US government. Earlier this year, the Trump Administration fully enforced the Helm-Burton Act’s Titles III and IV which resulted in the further expansion deepening of the U.S. Commercial […]

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PUNTA CANA, Dominican Republic, September 15, 2019 – Saint Lucia’s men outdueled St Vincent and The Grenadines in the country versus country elimination process of the Beach Volleyball Continental Cup in the Eastern Caribbean Volleyball Association, one of the four zones within NORCECA Confederation. Gillian Octave and Augustin Faulkner of St Lucia-1 edged Ronald Franklyn […]

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A women’s march against violence has been planned for Soufriere on September 22 about 3.00 pm. The event has been organised by the Soufriere Youth and Sports Council, Sergeant Shervon Matthieu under his hashtag ‘A Cop Who Cares’ and the Guardians Club. Matthieu told St Lucia Times that the club is headed by former beauty […]

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At a press conference last week, aimed at countering widespread propaganda against the scheduled arrival of US Navy Ship Comfort, Dr Merlene Fredericks-James, Saint Lucia’s Chief Medical Officer, sought to reassure potential recipients of the floating hospital’s services. The USNS Comfort is expected to be in Saint Lucia from September 25 to 30. This week it was the turn of the US Embassy in Barbados, through its Public Affairs Officer Larry Soocha, to take a shot at dispelling the persistent rumours.

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A wave of gun violence in neighbouring Martinique has prompted plans for a new anti-violence march this weekend in the capital, Fort de France, local reports say. The activity is scheduled for Saturday and has the support of community activists, civic groups and relatives of persons injured or slain by gunfire. The plans for the […]

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The Saint Lucia Met Office is concerned that overzealous reports about the weather are giving people the wrong impression. Meteorological Officer Andre Joyeux explained that at times persons become ‘overzealous’ and report on a simple issue but sensationalise it by giving it more significance than it actually has. Joyeux told St Lucia Times that in […]

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