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(PRESS RELEASE) — On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, about 10:30 p.m., officers attached to the Special Services Unit, whilst on mobile patrol, received information regarding a suspicious motor vehicle, at Reclamation Grounds, Castries. The responding officers made attempts to stop a white Toyota Lancer, registration number PE3191, but to no avail. The motor vehicle in ...

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(GIS) — The curtains came down on the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival in collaboration with Lincoln Centre after a week-long authentic jazz journey. Now in its 28th year, Saint Lucia Jazz is the Caribbean’s longest running music celebration. The festival, which was held at new venues from the north to south of the island, featured ...

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ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – President of Cricket West Indies (CWI) Ricky Skerritt and Chief Executive Officer Johnny Grave will travel to Guyana today to meet with stakeholders and Government officials over the next two days. Repairing stakeholder relationships was one of the key points of the “Cricket First Plan” put forward by Skerritt and vice ...

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Residents reported hearing a barrage of gunshots from automatic or semi-automatic firearms around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22. “It was rapid gunfire from high calibre weapons,” one resident told St. Lucia News Online. Shortly after the sounds subsided and the ‘smoke cleared’, a 17-year-old, believed to be from La Clery, Castries is killed on the ...

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(GIS) — Former FIFA executive, now consultant to FIFA and CONCACAF, Mr. Jim Brown, arrived in Saint Lucia on Wednesday to undertake a tour of the Soufriere Mini Stadium with members of the Saint Lucia Football Association. The Soufriere Mini Stadium is under redevelopment in order to permit international football and athletics competitions starting in ...

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(GIS) — In a bid to improve Saint Lucia’s agricultural productivity, the Government of Saint Lucia was part of the 2015 Caribbean Soil Fertility Mapping project which sought to establish a database with updated information regarding the availability of fertile soil in Saint Lucia, along with five other islands. The project is being carried out ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Jamaica-born social media blogger Vanice ‘Pretti Don’ Parkes will tie the knot with her girlfriend Camille Davis next Wednesday, May 29. The wedding is set to take place in the United States. Pretti Don, who popped the question to Parkes during one of her live sessions, said that although it has been ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — Former politician Jack Warner will have to dig a little deeper in his pocket to compensate former Chaguanas councillor Faaiq Mohammed, in relation to a 2014 lawsuit filed against him. Warner was initially ordered by a High Court judge to pay Mohammed the sum of $220,000 plus interest after Warner had accused ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A security officer assigned to keep watch on a cargo vessel anchored off the port of Port of Spain has been found murdered. The body of Jerron Patrick Ferdinand was discovered aboard the Shouter B at around 10.25a.m. His body was tied and mouth gagged. He had been shot. Ferdinand was employed ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — “I want to know how my daughter died”. This was the plea of Sandra Abiraj, the mother of Mayaro mother Julie Ramoutar who was struck and killed by a car last month. In a telephone interview on Tuesday, Abiraj said she was not there the night her daughter died, but she is ...

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