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Barbados Nation:– SHOCKED. That was how Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant described her feelings after hearing how a male visitor tucked a $50 bill into the bosom of a female Barbadian and then slapped her on the bottom. James Patrick O’Rourke, a 44-year-old managing director who was staying at Sandals Royal, in Dover, Christ Church, but who […]

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Press Release:– Saint Lucia and other Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity will be observing the 26th Anniversary of International Day for Biological Diversity (IDBD) throughout the month of May. The United Nations has proclaimed May 22nd as the International Day for Biological Diversity, to help increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. The Secretariat […]

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Press Release:- The Commercial Division of the Registry of the High Court has been in operation from January 19, 2016. The Commercial Court has reported a steady increase in the number of filings over the last three years from 44 cases in 2016 to 100 cases in 2018. The division believes this success will boost […]

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Saint Lucia could ditch the Antigua-based Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA), according to this country’s Civil Aviation Minister, Guy Joseph. Citing what he said are challenges which Saint Lucia continues to have with the authority, Joseph told reporters Monday that a number of airlines are encountering difficulties in acquiring requisite licences. “Presently with my  […]

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Acting Prime Minister Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute has told reporters that the process of ganja law reform in Saint Lucia has not died. “I know for that matter that cabinet has identified one member to specifically deal with the matter,” he said at a pre-cabinet news briefing Monday. According to Montoute, Minister of Commerce, Industry, Enterprise […]

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BBC News:– Former Australian cricketer Michael Slater has apologised after being removed from a flight for “disruptive” behaviour. Slater said he had been arguing with two friends on Sunday while boarding the Qantas flight from Sydney to Wagga Wagga, a town in New South Wales. The former cricketer, now a popular commentator, was asked to leave […]

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AccuWeather:- The National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Monday said that the first named storm of the 2019 Atlantic Season had formed hundreds of miles southwest of Bermuda. It was given the name Andrea and classified a subtropical storm by the NHC. “Data from an Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft indicate that the low pressure system located […]

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Trinidad Express:– Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith says he has no pity for escaped prisoners, Olatungi Denbow and Michael Findley, who released a video at the weekend claiming their innocence. And he warned persons aiding and abetting the fugitives that they were also breaking the law. In a CNC3 television interview on Monday, Griffith said the […]

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Jamaica Observer:- A five-year-old boy and his grandmother were hacked to death by her machete-wielding son, said to be of unsound mind, who went berserk at their family home here late Saturday night. The mentally challenged man, Leon White, a 28-year-old labourer, was later fatally shot after he reportedly attacked the police with a machete in […]

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A car owner of Lumbard, Mon Repos, had to be rushed to St Jude Hospital Sunday morning after he was attacked by bandits who stole three of his car  rims and tyres, according to an eyewitness. The victim, is reported to have been chopped in the face and leg. He is said to have received […]

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