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A 16-year old fifth form student enrolled at the Corinth Secondary School has been suspended for bringing a firearm on school grounds. The teacher at the center of the incident, already under pressure from authorities in the Education Ministry, could also face criminal charges for giving the gun back to the student after he reported …
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Saint Lucia’s government officials are pushing back against the foreign press who they accuse of painting the island in a negative light. Security Minister Senator Hermangild Francis has declared Saint Lucia safe, amid police investigations into what is now the fourth British national killed here in recent years. Senator Francis has also come to the …
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Gun shots dispersed scores of blue coral mall shoppers in Castries after a security guard opened fire. One man believed to be in his 20’s was injured and later rushed to hospital. His condition at news time was critical but stable. Police have brought in the mall security guard for questioning as part of investigations …
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For the quarter finals for the Caribbean Alliance Gold Cup in the ongoing Veterans Football tournament, Central Vieux Fort defeated Marchand 3-0. Speaking on the spirit of the game, Earl Jean says it’s always a pleasure to return to St. Lucia to participate in the tournament as it’s a good way to display quality football, …
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St. Lucia’s World ranked highjumper Levern Spencer made a winning start to her 2019 indoor season, by defeating a field of 8 other jumpers at her season opener in the US. Competing last Saturday January 19th, at the Clemson Invitational in South Carolina, Spencer,  the region’s premiere highjumper for well over a decade, soared over …
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Vendors Association President Peter ‘Ras Ipa’ Isaac says a recently lauded vendors’ registration program by the Castries City Council is sowing discord among vendors. Isaac is questioning the CCC touted participant figures and says many components of the program duplicate work already done by his association. The CCC is however standing by the program and says …
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