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Lifeless Body Discovered in Bexon
At approximately 1:15pm on Tuesday, October 14, 2014, officers attached to the Criminal Investigations Department in Castries, received information, that the lifeless body of a man had been discovered on a farm at Labayee, Bexon.

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Warrant of Arrest Issued for Clint Mathurin of Arundel Hill
A warrant of arrest in the first instance for assault with a deadly weapon has been issued in the name Clint Mathurin of Arundel Hill, Castries.

Mathurin is a key suspect in an ongoing investigation into the death of a Ciceron man, and is wanted by the police for questioning.

Official police reports indicate that on Thursday, October 9, 2014, about 11:50 p.m. a report of a shooting at Ciceron was referred to the Criminal Investigations Department, of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force.

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Minister for Health Comments on Ebola Spread
The Island’s Minister for Health says information being circulated about the deadly Ebola Virus is being fuelled by fear.

The virus which is transmitted by the African fruit bat has killed over one thousand people since the outbreak earlier this year.

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Fire at Micoud Secondary School
Students and teachers from the Micoud Secondary School are being described as lucky, in the aftermath of a fire that threatened to destroy the learning institution on Sunday.

While the details surrounding the incident are not clear, sources have informed that the fire began in the school’s computer lab.

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Police Investigates Death of Missing Farmer
A corpse which was found in a wooded area of Fond St Jacques Soufriere less than one day after a search for a missing farmer last week has been identified.

Police say the body is that of McDonald St Rose, who was originally from Gros Islet, but resided at Vieux Fort.

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St. Lucia to Observe International Standards Day
As St Lucia prepares to observe International Standards Day, the National Consumers Association is making its voice heard in the process.

In stressing the significance of the international observance to consumers, Vice President of the NCA Matthius Polius explains that it is critical for consumers to know and understand the products that they purchase and how they are to be used.

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Another Homicide has been Recorded for Saint Lucia
The island has recorded another homicide.

On Thursday, October 9, 2014, about 11:50 a.m. a report of a shooting at Ciceron was referred to the Criminal Investigations Department of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force.

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Saint Lucia Continues to Observe Creole Heritage Month
As activities continue here in observance of Creole Heritage Month, the head of the Folk Research Centre says the organization is encouraged by the level of support from all sectors.

Executive Director at the FRC Hilary La Force says the program of activities planned to celebrate the creole culture and the nation’s heritage has been moving as planned.

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 Lucian People’s Movement commends Antigua's decision to merge overseas offices
The announcement last week by the government of Antigua and Barbuda that it had taken decisive action to restructure and merge its various offices in New York to allow them to function as a single unit and save the country thousands of dollars in future operating costs has received a resounding ovation from the Lucian People’s Movement (LPM).

The LPM says has continuously championed the cause of restructuring St Lucia’s embassies and consulates abroad and has, in the past, bitterly criticised the government for presiding over the country’s largest non-productive and low-yielding bureaucratic investments outside of the country.  

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St. Lucia Observes Teacher Appreciation Week
Dozens of the nation’s teachers are today participating in an education conference organized by the St Lucia Teachers Union which is taking place today as part of activities to mark Teacher Appreciation week.

The event which is being held at the Golden Palm Conference Room in Rodney Bay under the theme invest in the future, invest in teachers.

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Fire Fighter Accused of Theft
The President of the ST Lucia Fire Service Welfare Association has found himself in the hot seat again following news that one of his members has been accused of theft.

Authorities have identified the firefighter as Glen Joseph of Ciceron. He was arrested last Friday after a formal complaint from a woman who had been picked up by an ambulance and rushed to hospital after she had collapsed.

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