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(SNO) – One day after international news organization, Al Jazeera, aired its report on the alleged sale of diplomatic passports in the Caribbean, Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, has not given an opinion on the matter. Dominica was featured prominently in the investigative report, Diplomats for Sale, including Skerrit’s interaction with a former Dominican ...

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Press Release:- Caribbean Airlines is pleased to report its unaudited summary financial results for January – September 2019, which show the airline continues to achieve an operating profit and is net income positive. The implementation of new technology, expansion of the airline’s route network, an increase in passenger demand and cargo business together with enhanced […]

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Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry, vowing that he will continue to fight for his men and ensure that whatever working conditions they have is the best, has urged police officers to do their best even when there is mould. He told a ceremony earlier this week to hand over the newly renovated Soufriere police station that […]

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The family of  37 year old Odsan man is desperate for answers after a loved one went missing. According to relatives, Shane Clement  left the island for a short vacation in Martinique on September 18th aboard L’Express Des Isles. They told St Lucia Times that the carpenter by trade spoke with his family the day […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) —   Traumatised by reports of brutal killings and assaults, several Jamaicans not connected to victims of these crimes have been showing up for counselling at the Victim Services Division (VSD) after experiencing severe anxiety and sleepless nights. These individuals, mostly women, are referred to as tertiary victims and have been utilising the division’s ...

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(NEW YORK POST) —  Miami Heat player Dion Waiters was absent from Friday’s game against the Lakers — because he reportedly ate too many “gummies.” The guard became ill on the team plane while flying from Phoenix to Los Angeles, and suffered a seizure, according to Miami radio host Andy Slater. “Waiters overdosed on ‘gummies’ ...

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Saint Lucia police say they had received several reports about Miguel Edward, alias ‘Mad Max’ Friday night, before he was fatally shot Saturday afternoon by lawmen. Among the reports received, according to one source, was that the suspect tried to rob a male individual at gunpoint in Gros Islet Friday night. “Grand Riviere residents said […]

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Republic Bank had a seamless start to its operations in Saint Lucia Friday, Country Manager, Gordon Julien has announced. “Some people didn’t even notice there was a difference – it was a seamless operation. In fact one of the things we are proud about is that we  maintained all the staff,” Julien told St Lucia […]

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