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A female driver of a motor vehicle was injured in an accident at Union, Castries, Saturday afternoon about 12.19 pm, emergency officials have confirmed. According to the officials the car, in which the woman was the sole occupant, hit an electrical pole. “She was assessed on the scene and fully immobilised for transportation to Victoria […]

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An early morning valentine’s day robbery on a bocage bus left one woman without her valuables. The bus-driver says the brazen incident left the victim traumatized. Efforts by fellow passengers to track down the perpetrator who was armed with a gun proved futile.
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A female was unresponsive and two male individuals were injured following a collision between two vehicles at Micoud, emergency officials say. The collision occurred about 7.45 am Wednesday, St Lucia Times was informed. According to reports, it involved a Suzuki Vitara and a Mercedes-Benz. The two male individuals are said to have sustained serious injuries […]

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aint Lucia were anything but charitable hosts as the national under-15 female football team overwhelmed Dominica in a friendly on Saturday afternoon at the Philip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort. Saint Lucia Football Association (SLFA) Inc Public Relations Officer Michael “Midget” Pierre referred to Saint Lucia’s dominance as a stroll in the park, drubbing the visitors 8–0 after enjoying a 6–0 cushion at half time.

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) – Two people are to face the court to answer to charges stemming from the shooting injury of three people in two separate incidents in the St Andrew North and St Andrew South Divisions. The first incident occurred in the St Andrew North Division on Monday, February 11 this year. Police reports are ...

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Saint Lucia’s first female Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Doctor Merlene Fredericks-James,  is retiring after ten years in the post. Her last day in the public service will be December 31, 2019. Fredericks-James served as CMO during a period when the local health sector went through a number of challenges. Among them were constraints in relation […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce walked away with the Best Female Athlete award at the first-ever Panam Sports Awards ceremony, which was held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on Friday. Fraser-Pryce, who won gold in the 200m at the Pan Am Games in Lima, Peru, earlier this year in a championships record 22.43 seconds, ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Hundreds converged on a packed the St Paul’s Cathedral in London this morning to witness history as the beloved and widely admired Jamaican priest, Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, was ordained as Bishop of Dover. The beautiful and tear-jerking ordination, which lasted just under two hours, started with a stately procession of dozens of ...

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Martinique murder suspect Ménélick Surena and a Cuba-born female identified as Demaris Iznaga Pero appeared in court here Tuesday, jointly charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition, law enforcement officials say. Both were remanded in custody until December 6, 2019. There was heavy security for the court appearance. The Martinique fugitive, who has been […]

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