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A  motor vehicle overturned at Grande Riviere, Gros Islet on Friday morning. The female driver was transported by ambulance to the Gros Islet Polyclinic, emergency officials told St Lucia Times. They said the woman, who appeared to be in her fifties, was complaining of feeling light headed although an assessment revealed that she had no […]

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Six people were taken to hospital after two vehicles travelling in opposite directions along the Bexon Highway collided Saturday morning about 10.00 am. Two Saint Lucia Fire Service ambulances transported the injured to the Owen King European Union Hospital (OKEUH). Emergency officials disclosed that one individual declined an offer of transportation to the medical facility. […]

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The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is urging members of the public to be on guard when purchasing motor vehicles. In a statement issued yesterday, the RSLPF indicated that there has been an increased number of reports of theft —including robbery— surrounding the sale of motor vehicles which are advertised on social media platforms. Acting […]

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Public servants, taxi operators and bus drivers in Saint Lucia are set to benefit from duty-free concessions on vehicles. During today's Budget Address, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said that the government has recognized the hard work of essential staff during mitigation efforts against the spread of COVID-19. These workers, he said, faced immense challenges in carrying out their duties.

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Licence stickers  have disappeared from the Transport Department at Union, Castries, prompting a Police investigation. Confirmation came Wednesday night from Transport Minister, Guy Joseph. Joseph gave the confirmation during Newsmaker Live on DBS Television. “According to the report we have received, 32 stickers went missing from the department over the weekend,” the Minister told Newsmaker […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — One in every five vehicles on the nation’s roads is uninsured, according to estimates from the Association of T&T Insurance Companies (ATTIC). “It is conservatively estimated that as many as 20 per cent of vehicles on our roads may be uninsured,” ATTIC stated. ATTIC made the statement as it commended the T&T ...

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Sergeant Shervon Matthieu who describes himself as a ‘Cop Who Cares’, has released a new video with tips to prevent theft from parked vehicles. Matthieu, who is attached to the Gros Islet CID, released the video Tuesday on social media. The written preamble to the release observed that theft from motor vehicles is one of […]

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Veteran Saint Lucian Journalist Earl Bousquet was taken to the Owen King European Union Hospital Sunday afternoon after being hit by a car. According to a family member, Bousquet was crossing the road a short distance away from the Castries Market when the incident occurred. The family member told St Lucia Times that he sustained […]

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A vehicle plunged over a precipice at Bouton, Soufriere Thursday, injuring five people. Saint Lucia Fire Service spokeswoman, Stacy Joseph, said the incident occurred about 8.45 pm. According to Joseph, three ambulances and two rescue tenders from the Vieux Fort fire station, Crash Fire Hall and the Soufriere station responded. “The responding officers extricated the […]

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