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Police pleased with bush clearing near walkway overpass

Saint Lucia police have described the clearing of bush at the base of the walkway overpass  near Gablewoods Mall as a "good example" of law enforcers and citizens working...
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Shooting victim recovering

Shooting victim, 48 year old Don Desir aka “Adoor” of Active Hill, La Clery, is reported to be recovering in hospital after sustaining multiple gunshot wounds. A family member told the...
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Education community mourns loss of Secondary School Netballer

Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert, along with the entire education community, extend sincere condolences to the family and friends of Joanne...

Gonsalves says LIAT must do better

The Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Doctor Ralph Gonsalves, has asserted that LIAT’s current inefficiencies are linked to a failure to relocate its base. A decision was...

ECCO concludes AGM

The Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) has ended what CEO, Steve Etienne, has described as a very energetic and exciting annual general meeting. "We were able to...
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Fuel Price adjustments effective September 12, 2016

The Government of Saint Lucia has announced the fuel price adjustments, effective September 12th – October 2nd, 2016. These changes reflect developments in international oil prices over the past...
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Police update on suspicious death in Micoud

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 60 year old, Ignatius Donnelly of New Row, Micoud.   On Friday, September 9, 2016 about 5:15 p.m. his body was...

Deputy Prison Boss cites need to protect society from sexual predators

Deputy Director of Corrections, Leonard Terence, has highlighted the need to protect the society from sexual predators. Terence made the comments during an interview with the Times. He is just back...
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Mentally challenged woman suspected of starting fire

A mentally challenged woman is suspected of starting a fire yesterday at Barre Denis, officials have reported. According to information obtained by the Times, the woman is suspected of having...
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Counselors to help students deal with Joanne Wilfred’s death

Counselors have been mobilized to help students of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary school deal with the trauma of the sudden death of school mate, Joanne Wilfred. School officials told the...