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Despite calls by the police for the public to resolve grievances amicably during the holidays, Saint Lucia has recorded another homicide. Witnesses tried in vein to render aid to the victim. The victim is 45-year-old Aaron cooper of Anse Ger, Micoud, who was allegedly attacked over a disagreement on a dance-floor.
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(PRESS RELEASE) – The S.R.D.F has been engaged in an exercise of benevolence, which is synonymous with this time of year. On Christmas Eve, the staff of the radio station, 88.5 Soufriere FM along with their colleagues of the Corporate Communications department visited different areas within Soufriere, mainly the less fortunate, to spread some genuine ...

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(AP) — A strong typhoon that barrelled through the central Philippines left at least 28 dead and 12 missing and forced thousands to flee their homes, devastating Christmas celebrations in the predominantly Roman Catholic country. Typhoon Phanfone stranded many people in sea and airports at the peak of holiday travel, set off landslides, flooded low-lying ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Althea Needham, a Jamaican living in the United States (US), recently brought cheer to more than 200 children and adults in Kitson Town, St Catherine. On December 22, Needham collaborated with the Kitson Town-based Holy Ghost Assembly Church of God, where they gave the children books, and other educational gifts, as well ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) – In the early hours of Christmas Eve, a Best Dressed Chicken truck carrying hundreds of chickens ready to be prepared for holiday dinners was stolen. The hoodlum or hoodlums stole the truck, which belongs to the Jamaica Broilers Group (JBG), after breaking into one of the four compounds operated by the JBG ...

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(SNO) — A man was the victim of a shooting incident in Boguis, Babonneau on Wednesday morning, December 25 (Christmas Day), according to law enforcement sources. He has been identified as Mandel Auguste. Reports indicate that Auguste sustained a gunshot wound to the leg and was transported to Victoria Hospital in stable condition. The circumstances ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — The pain of losing her own child has fuelled a fire that has driven Stacey-Ann Mullings to be a full-time philanthropist while employed in the hospitality sector. Mullings, who hails from Westmoreland and works at Couples Swept Away in Negril, said she has found the courage to love again by embracing a ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — Four people were discovered shot dead inside a New Mexico home on Christmas, police said. Police responded to the Rio Rancho home around 4:15 p.m. Wednesday and found the victims’ bodies, all with what appear to be gunshot wounds, according to authorities and The Albuquerque Journal. Authorities have not released their ...

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Emergency services responded to several road accidents, one shooting and four physical assaults as the country celebrated Christmas. According to the Saint Lucia Fire Service, about 4:57 am on Christmas Day a vehicle with two passengers ran off the road near Buckeye at Cul de Sac. Both passengers were treated and transported to Victoria Hospital. […]

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