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The police officer charged with murder has been denied bail and placed on remand at the bordelais correctional facility pending a subsequent hearing. According to law enforcement sources the accused, who was being held at the marchand police station on friday, underwent a psychological briefing to prepare him for his pre-trial detention at the bordelais …
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The St. Lucia national trust was denied permission to stage a peaceful protest outside the prime minister’s office on Monday 17th august 2020. The request is against the backdrop of the controversy surrounding the CABOT St. Lucia queen’s chain lease. Director of the national trust Bishnu is crying foul, describing the denial by law enforcement …
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The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) says the police have denied the organisation permission for a peaceful demonstration on Monday. At issue in the planned demonstration was the SLNT’s disappointment over the decision of the Allen Chastanet administration to lease the Queen’s Chain to Cabot Saint Lucia for 75 years. “We applied for permission but […]

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Press Release:- The Saint Lucia Labour Party is disappointed that the Authorities have denied permission for the staging of the Black Lives Matter Saint Lucia Rally which had been planned for Friday 12th June 2020 at Constitution Park in Castries. The request to hold the rally was not granted on the grounds that it would be […]

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(JAMAICA STAR) — No one is flying anywhere right now. But that doesn’t mean celebrities shouldn’t have their travel documents in order, or that embassy offices have halted processing applications. The assertion rings true with the latest social media appearance of Minister Marion Hall, formerly known as Lady Saw, lamenting the denial of a United ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – At least 55 persons have been refused entry to Jamaica since the island first imposed travel restrictions several weeks ago amid fears of the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, according to Health and Wellness Minister Dr Christopher Tufton. Tufton this morning provided an update on the virus while speaking at a meeting of ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – A MSC Meraviglia cruise ship that arrived in Ocho Rio, St Ann from Miami this morning has been ordered to remain at sea over health concerns. The decision was taken after it was discovered that a crew member, who has a travel history to countries with cases of the Coronavirus, was placed ...

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A Guyanese national and a Saint Lucian were denied bail Monday on separate gun and ammunition possession charges. The charges arose out of police operations in the Gros Islet and Bel Air areas on Friday. Guyanese national Elvis Jermaine Benjamin was arrested for possession of an illegal handgun and ammunition, police say. He was refused […]

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One man was arrested and charged for illegal firearm possession after police officers with search warrants in hand, found a veritable arsenal at a Bois D’Orange home. A magistrate has denied bail in the case amid growing public outrage over the rise in gun crime on Saint Lucia.
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