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Members of the public may soon find the process of registering a complaint to the police a lot more efficient and welcoming. The Royal St. Lucia Police Force is the recipient of a grant of 150 thousand US dollars from the United Nations Development Programme and the Regional Security System to launch the automated police …
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The Lord’s prayer has been a staple on the lips of Christians for close to two thousand years. However, a new ruling by Pope Francis may soon result in the introduction of changes to one of the best known and recited verses of the Bible.  
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The 2019 Inter-American Institute for cooperation on agriculture IICA accountability seminar, was held on Wednesday at the Orchid Garden in Union. The idea was to outline some of the ways in which IICA has assisted and can assist young persons involved in agriculture and food processing.    
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BBC- Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya cruised to victory over 2,000m at the Meeting de Montreuil in Paris – her first race since filing an appeal against the IAAF’s rules on restricting testosterone levels in female runners. Semenya, 28, finished in five minutes 38.19 seconds, ahead of Ethiopia’s Hawi Feysa and Adanech Anbesa in Paris. …
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BBC- David Warner scored his first international century since serving a year-long ban for his part in the ball-tampering scandal in Australia’s tense 41-run World Cup victory over Pakistan. Warner, transformed from the man who struggled in Sunday’s defeat by India, busied his way to 107. With captain Aaron Finch also clubbing 82, Australia should have …
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St. Lucia’s parliament was in session on Tuesday. As is the norm, a swarm of news teams assembled outside the house of parliament to interview elected members as they make their way to the chamber. Tuesday’s session was heated, as the member for Castries South East Guy Joseph, pushed back against the allegation, that he …
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A fatal accident involving a pedestrian and a car at Vide Bouteille along the Castries – Gros Islet Highway on Monday morning, was about to become an even uglier affair, when the friends of the man who died turned their anger onto the motorist. The man is said to have been attempting to cross the …
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