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Prime Minister Denounces Spate of Burglaries at Schools

Press Release:-Prime Minister of Saint Lucia Honourable Allen M. Chastanet has strongly denounced the spate of robberies and burglaries which have occurred recently, particularly in schools across the island. On...

SLTU President wants quality security personnel at schools

The President of the Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU), Julian Monrose, has expressed concern about a recent spate of break-ins at local schools, asserting that there is need to...
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Police Update: Cargo Intercept at Airport

On, Sunday October 2, 2016 at the Hewanorra International Airport, law enforcement officials intercepted a consignment of cargo destined for London, England. A search of the intercepted cargo revealed several...

Saint Lucia and French Government sign Judicial Agreements

Press Release:-Saint Lucia and France have signed two agreements to aid both countries in criminal matters. On Friday, September 30, 2016 the Mutual Legal Assistance Agreement in Criminal Matters and the...

Three held in major foreign currency haul

Three men have been held by the Police after a significant sum of foreign currency was found in their possession. The men, two Saint Lucians and a non-national, were arrested...

Chastanet laments ‘dysfunctional’ state of security and justice

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has said that matters pertaining to security and the judiciary are priorities for his government. Chastanet made the comments in an exclusive interview with the Times...

CCSS Principal blasts persons who facilitate criminals

The Principal of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS), Marva Daniel, has hit out at persons whom she says encourage others to commit crimes. Daniel spoke after thieves broke into...

Break-in at Castries Comprehensive Secondary School

Bandits staged a break-in at Castries Comprehensive Secondary (CCSS) some time between last night and this morning. The intruders forced their way into the Staff Room, making off with electronic...
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PM says break-ins during storm ‘despicable’

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has condemned as despicable, a series of reported break-ins during the passage of Tropical Storm Matthew. On a tour of several storm ravaged areas yesterday, Chastanet...

Babonneau farmer hospitalized after row

A Babonneau farmer was rushed to hospital via ambulance in the early hours of this morning after being chopped on both arms by a known assailant. According to information obtained...