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US Doctor defends coconut oil

United States Doctor, Al Sears, has come to the defence of coconut oil which a Harvard University Professor recently described as 'pure poison.' Writing in his August 28th, 2018 newsletter...

LPM: Minister’s Comments ‘Prejudicing’ IMPACS Case

The recent comments of National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, asserting that the United States wants nothing short of prosecution in the alleged extra-judicial killings by local police officers, have...
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Sandals Welcomes TCI’s Promise To Settle Dispute

Jamaica Observer:-  Sandals Resorts yesterday welcomed Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) Premier Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson's assurance that her Government will settle a current dispute with Beaches Resorts. At the same time, the all-inclusive...
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Suspected Drowning at Roseau

Police are investigating reports of a suspected drowning at Roseau. One eyewitness said they watched the divers look for the body until it was brought up. According to the eyewitness, the...

Alleged tomb raider granted bail

Alleged tomb raider, Vincent Philomen, was granted bail in the sum of $1000  or suitable surety when he appeared in court today. Philomen, an employee of the Castries Constituencies Council...

Chastanet stresses commitment to health care

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has told a meeting of his ruling United Workers Party (UWP) that affordable, quality health care is part of the 'DNA' of his administration. "Every single...

Choisuel minibus drivers decide to park vehicles and walk

PRESS RELEASE: The Choiseul Minibus Drivers has recognized the need to make a contribution to the fight against chronic illnesses such cancer, diabetes and hypertension. Theses disease affects people...

Multiple Injuries Reported In Union Vehicle Collision

Two vehicles collided at Union Saturday morning resulting in injuries to five individuals, a Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) official says. The official told St Lucia Times that the accident...

Tributes Pour In For Legal ‘Powerhouse’ Justice Redhead

Antigua Observer:-  Retired Justice Albert Redhead died on March 4 after a brief period of illness in Antigua, plunging the legal fraternity here and across the Eastern Caribbean into mourning. Described...

Distraught father speaks about deceased son

A distraught father has described his deceased son, Zane Phillip, as a cool, calm individual who kept to himself. Etheridge Thomas recalled that it was a shock to receive news...