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(SNO) — Female cricket has finally been introduced in schools, with the start of the Under-17 girls’ Twenty20 tournament this week. The initiative, which one truly hopes will continue uninterrupted for many years to come, comes ahead of Saint Lucia hosting the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup this coming weekend. Games are being played with ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — Seven women and five men were officially selected Wednesday to sit as jurors on the upcoming case of notorious Sinaloa cartel head Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman — reducing one of them to tears. “We have one open rebellion,” Brooklyn federal court Judge Brian Cogan declared five minutes after informing the jurors ...

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(AFP) — A gunman barged into a large, crowded Los Angeles-area country music bar and dance hall and opened fire late Wednesday, wounding at least 11 people including a police officer, US police said. The venue in a quiet, upscale residential suburb was hosting an event for college students, with possibly several hundred young people ...

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(SNO) — Saint Lucia international footballer Andrus Remy has made a move to play in Antigua and Barbuda, coming from B2 FC in Marchand. Remy, a 25-year-old centre-forward for B1 in the SLFA First Division, Marchand in inter-district competition, and the Saint Lucia senior national men’s team, scored on his Saint Lucia Lucia debut in ...

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Dear Editor: Before the 1948 fire, which ravaged most of the Town of Castries, a street known as Bourbon Street ran from Brazil Street to Jeremie Street. With the rebuilding of Castries, the William Peter Boulevard was included and this necessitated cutting through Bourbon Street at its northern end but public access to Jeremie Street was ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The wheels are in motion for the 5th annual and most colourful event on Saint Lucia’s independence calendar – DASH. This year’s event is expected to literally bring life and colour to the island’s 40th independence celebrations – creating an atmosphere where generations come together in a fun-filled environment that cements the ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Hon. Stephenson King, Minister for Labour has informed the National Workers Union (NWU) that he will meet the Management of St. James’s Club Morgan Bay and the National Workers Union on Wednesday November 14, 2018 at Mediation Level. The NWU is looking forward to the meeting to deal with an industrial impasse between ...

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(NEW YORK POST) — A Washington kink enthusiast died last month after silicone injections in his genitals led to fatal bleeding, but his mom believes a gay sex “cult” is to blame. Jack Chapman, a 28-year-old Australian living in Seattle, died from “silicone embolism syndrome” resulting in hemorrhaging in the lungs, the King County Medical ...

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(CMC) –The Jamaica government says it is taking a proactive approach towards the development of a policy on National Disaster Risk Financing. A statement from the Ministry of Finance notes that the policy is set against the backdrop that between 1993 and 2003, Jamaica suffered from 26 natural disasters which resulted in total losses and ...

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(SNO) — Local attorney Natalie Dabreo is calling on the government to put its judicial house in order first before even thinking of switching to the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the island’s final appellate court. Presently, the London-based Privy Council is Saint Lucia’s final appeals court but there have been calls to move over ...

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