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A Saint Lucian woman has filed a formal complaint with the police against a British man and his girlfriend for indecent assault. The virtual complainant alleges that both British nationals slapped her on her buttocks. According to information obtained by St Lucia Times, the incident is reported to have taken place at a local hotel […]

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Tourism officials are closely monitoring the situation with British airways, as the airline’s pilots stage a strike for the first time in its history. The pilots are demanding a share of the profits. They argue that they sacrificed during the lean years with British airways, and would like to enjoy some of the profits now …
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(PRESS RELEASE) — Saint Lucia has copped three Chevening Awards with a trio of outstanding ladies named as the scholars for 2019. Hannolair Michaud, Liz Joseph and Sherika Trim have all been awarded the prestigious Chevening Scholarship to pursue masters degrees in the UK. The Chevening Scholarships Programme aims to support future leaders, decision-makers and ...
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Last Friday the law firm of Anthony & Antoine issued a press release on behalf of the family of 68-year-old Englishman Martin Ellis who was reportedly electrocuted while visiting the John Compton Dam on August 16 with his three young sons.

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On 16 August, vacationing British national Martin Ellis met his demise at the John Compton Dam, Roseau. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force said that on that day, officers responded to a report of a suspected electrocution, where on arrival, Ellis was found unresponsive and was later pronounced dead by a medical practitioner.

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BBC News:– The British Airways strike next month is to cause at least five consecutive days of flight cancellations. BA pilots announced three days of strikes – taking place on 9, 10 and 27 September – in a dispute over pay. Despite the first strikes being on 9 and 10 September, some customers flying between the […]

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Sky News:- The prime minister has told migrants not to cross the English Channel to get to the UK as “we will send you back”. Boris Johnson’s comments came after eleven suspected migrants aboard a small boat were intercepted by the Border Force at Dover. Mr Johnson said: “Clearly the most important thing is to […]

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