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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Criminal elements are boasting they have in their possession photographs and video clips of the private life of the country’s third highest office holder, Chief Justice Ivor Archie. These criminal elements are also boasting about having in their possession sensitive WhatsApp and other communications involving the CJ. On October 8, 2016, the ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A police officer allegedly surrendered to his colleagues on Saturday and confessed that he sexually assaulting a woman. Ten minutes after the special reserve police officer allegedly admitted to his crime, the victim walked into the station to report it. At around 2.35a.m. the officer, who is attached to the Guard Unit, went ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) –– A 21-year-old woman is due to appear before a Port of Spain Magistrate on Monday charged with the manslaughter of her daughter on August 12. Rizpah Sterling, aka ‘Miracle’, 21, of Quarry Road, San Juan, was charged with the offence, following advice received from Director of Public Prosecutions, Roger Gaspard. Two-year-old Isiahilla ...

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(SNO) — Leavern St. Rose is preparing to represent Saint Lucia at the third edition of the Miss International Elegance Mothers Pageant and Pre-Event Cocktail Party in St. Maarten/St. Martin later this month. The 30-year-old, who is from Dennery, is the mother of two daughters, ages 12 and 2. She states, according to her biography, that ...

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(SNO) — The baby daughter of renowned Vieux Fort resident Jeffa Belasse, who died earlier this month after giving birth, is currently at home in the U.S. with her relatives, according to a relative. Emmanuel Bellas, Jeffa’s first cousin, told St. Lucia News Online that the baby, named Sabbatini, was released from King County Hospital ...

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(SNO) — The American Drywall building in Vide Boutielle, Castries sustained minor damages by a fire on Sunday (Oct. 14). A law enforcement official told St. Lucia News Online that the fire was “electrical in nature” and the building sustained “some damages”. Photos and videos obtained by our newsroom show wires near the building on ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — A Long­denville pas­tor was al­leged­ly stabbed to death by an­oth­er pas­tor last night. The blood­shed evoked hor­ror among wor­ship­pers in the com­mu­ni­ty of Gill Trace, La­m­ont Street, Long­denville, where the de­ceased Al­isa Ali lived and wor­shipped. In­ves­ti­ga­tors said Ali, 42, op­er­at­ed a church next to her home. Last night at around 10.30, ...

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(BARBADOS TODAY) — St Lucia’s former prime minister Dr Kenny Anthony has described Barbados’ economic restructuring as necessary and unavoidable. But Dr Anthony told Barbados TODAY he was confident the country would return to its glory days, while calling on the Government to continue communicating with citizens during the adjustment process. “I think the policy ...

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(Reuters) – The hunt for missing people in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael early Sunday is turning into a search for the dead, as hope of finding more people alive fades in the Florida Panhandle, U.S. officials said. “We’re going into recovery mode, unfortunately,” said Fire Chief Alex Baird of Panama City, one of the ...

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(CMC) – The Barbados Agricultural Society (BAS) has called on the government to stop importing chicken wings. Chief Executive Officer James Paul, a former legislator, made the call claiming a glut is in the offing. Paul was speaking on the sidelines of a meeting on Saturday with regional trade ministers . He noted that due ...

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