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One year after a devastating fire destroyed seven homes in the community of Rose Hill, Castries, the victims are still awaiting promised help to rebuild. The Chairperson of the Rose Hill Fire Committee, Nichola Nelson, told MBC Prime on Tuesday night that the victims were hoping to be back in their own homes as soon […]

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Law enforcement officials have confirmed that detectives have pressed charges against the young woman in the viral video savagely beating a teenaged girl. She has reportedly pled guilty to the charge of causing harm. In the wake of the viral video, the high school student has received an outpouring of support from society, while the …
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Law enforcement officials have confirmed that detectives have pressed charges against the young woman in the viral video savagely beating a teenaged girl. She has reportedly pled guilty to the charge of causing harm. In the wake of the viral video, the high school student has received an outpouring of support from society, while the …
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(SNO) – Relatives and friends of a man from Vieux Fort, who they say has been missing since the weekend, is appealing for assistance in locating him. Reports are that Michael Blaze, also known as Coco or Rock, was released from the Choiseul Police Station on Sunday evening and has not been seen since. He ...

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(GIS) — In celebration of Creole Heritage Month, the Monsignor Partick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) held a koudmen at Mount Pleasant. The Folk Research Centre was established in 1973 as a repository for cultural heritage, as well as research and study of Saint Lucia’s rich heritage, and housed an extensive library of publications, audiovisual ...

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St. Lucia police men and women may soon benefit from training in Taiwan. The island nation of Taiwan with a population of more than 23 million, in 2017 had about 60 homicides. The minister for national security senator Hermangild Francis says there are serious lessons to be learnt on policing from the Taiwanese.  
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UNITED NATIONS, United States (AP) — As the Bahamas strives to recover from Hurricane Dorian, the prime minister is pleading with the international community to tackle climate change — and encouraging travellers to visit to help the island nation rebuild. Hubert Minnis told the UN General Assembly on Friday that the September 1 storm was […]

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