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(PRESS RELEASE) – Parliamentary Representative for Vieux Fort South, Dr Kenny D. Anthony, says he remains “deeply troubled” by the unexplained disappearance of Michael Blades alias “Cocoa” of the Mangue, Vieux Fort. Cocoa, as he is popularly known, was arrested by Vieux Fort Police on November 22, 2019, and taken to the Choiseul Police Station. ...

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As if the original declaration by a high ranking law enforcement officer were not sufficiently depressing, this week the prime minister grabbed his first opportunity to endorse what media personnel had been told a few days earlier: that the current crime situation is without precedent. The police statement was far from factual. But even if it were valid, it would also be an unspoken admission that the officer in question, along with his fellow protectors of our lives and property—the prime minister too—had let the nation down in the worst way.

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — Days af­ter the con­tro­ver­sial jaw-drop­ping fash­ion show at the Trin­i­ty Cathe­dral in Port-of-Spain, an­oth­er church held a fund-rais­ing tea and fash­ion show. But, the show was not held on the church premis­es and did not in­clude scant­i­ly-clad mod­els. In­stead, the Susamachar Pres­by­ter­ian Church in San Fer­nan­do held its an­nu­al fash­ion show at ...

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Two weeks ago Police Commissioner Severin Monchery promised via a radio interview that “in the coming days people will feel the wrath of the police. People will really see what the police are doing. Not that we’ve not been doing, but we are going to intensify some of the things we’ve done. We’ve reviewed our plans, we’ve reviewed our strategies and, in the coming days, weeks and months, certain changes will be felt.” It remained to be seen how the promised “wrath” would be made manifest. The guessing game was short-lived. Last Saturday, with the fatal shooting by the police of Miguel ‘Mad Max’ Edward at the Rodney Bay Marina, many Saint Lucians imagined they had been g...

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Two men have been charged in connection with the shooting incident in Soufriere earlier this month that left the son of a policeman dead and another male injured, police said in a press briefing on Tuesday, October 22. Police Press Officer, Acting Corporal Ann Joseph, told reporters that 25-year-old Noah Alex Valcin, alias Alleck, of ...

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By Terry Finisterre Tarik Xavier had another strong showing, and Zadie St Louis finally got a race under her belt, as the collegiate cross country circuit rolls on. Butler Community College men and women competed at the Ollie Isom Invitational on Friday afternoon (18 Oct) at the El Dorado Legion Disc Golf Course. The men […]

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