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The National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) expects that a cashless system for public transport will be in place before the end of next year. NCOPT President, Godfrey Ferdinand, told St Lucia Times that the current COVID-19 situation has highlighted the importance of such an initiative. He disclosed that the council is in discussion with […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — An elderly man who was scheduled to be sentenced on Friday for gun-related crimes has died in police custody. Dudley Watt, 65, reportedly collapsed inside a lock-up at Central Police Station, in downtown Kingston, yesterday. He was later pronounced dead at hospital. Earlier this month, Watt was convicted for illegal possession of […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The police on Monday sent a warning to event promoters to adhere to stipulations when granted permits to host events and to desist from staging unauthorised parties in the wake of a mass shooting at a Westmoreland party on Sunday night in which 12 persons were hit, two fatally. The deceased have […]

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Health Minister Mary Isaac has lamented that many people are pushing what she described as ‘the political agenda’ instead of the health agenda, as the country grapples with the current COVID-19 global pandemic. “We all have to take responsibility for what is happening here today,” Isaac told a news briefing Friday. She observed that children […]

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CNN: More than 1 million people have died from the coronavirus worldwide, marking another milestone in the pandemic’s brief but devastating history. The death toll from the coronavirus, which causes Covid-19, now stands at 1,000,555, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The grim tally has been reached in less than nine months since the first death caused […]

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Saint Lucia’s Minister with responsibility for broadcasting, Dominic Fedee, has praised the work of the local media acknowledging that it is often difficult. “You guys do a tremendous job,” he told reporters Thursday. Fedee said it takes a lot of courage. “I admire you guys all the time, because sometimes you get caught in political […]

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Sky News:– Six of Donald Trump’s campaign team have tested positive for coronavirus ahead of his first election rally, which will be attended by 10,000 supporters. While some parts of the world are experiencing a second COVID-19 spike, much of America is still ascending the first curve, prompting many to question the safety of a mass […]

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National security minister senator Hermangild Francis says the impacs investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings by members of the royal Saint Lucia police force will be addressed before Saint Lucians head-back to the polls. He made the declaration during a prime-time tv appearance on tuesday on one of the local networks.
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(PRESS RELEASE) — After a series of meetings between the SPL Team, partners, and team owners, the league continues to monitor the current situation as it relates to COVID-19 and its effect on all involved. The consensus is that the league needs three months of preparation time and a decision can only be made when ...

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After a series of meetings between the St. Lucia Premier League (SPL) Team, Partners and Team Owners, the league continues to monitor the current situation as it relates to Covid-19 and its effect on all involved. The consensus is that the league needs 3 months of preparation time and a decision can only be made when the green light of safety is given along with procedures for mass crowd events.

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