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Sandals Staff Escapes Severe Injury Following Vehicular Collision

Sandals team members who were involved in a vehicular collision on the Castries to Gros Islet Highway have escaped severe injury.

Reports are that a staff bus with 15 team members was headed to the Sandals Grande Resort on Tuesday when, on approaching the Morgan Bay resort in Choc Bay, a car headed in the opposite direction appeared to lose control and hit the bus. The staff vehicle veered off course but quick action by the driver averted a collision with a truck. However the bus ran in to a wall.

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Bursaries Cheques Now Available for Collection

Parents and guardians of students, who wrote the 2017 Common Entrance Examinations and will be proceeding to a secondary school, are informed that bursaries cheques under the Education Access Fund are now available for collection from 10am to 2pm on the following dates and locations.

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Police News

One individual is in police custody in connection with the stabbing death of a 21 year old Micoud man.

Officers attached to the Micoud Police Station received a report of a stabbing, at the Micoud Playing Field, about 10:00p.m. on Monday, July 31, 2017.

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Bordelais Correctional Facility Public Relations Officer Speaks on the Issue of Conjugal Visits at the Institution

Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) has said that there are no provisions in the law to allow conjugal visits at the institution.

This comes following a recent announcement of plans in for conjugal visits in prison.

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St. Lucia to Observe Emancipation Day

As St Lucians prepare to observe Emancipation day and the slave sacrifices that have been made one local has called for the honouring of rebel slaves.

Mr John Daniel says the mental fortitude of those who are more commonly known as neg mawon is what led to the freedom of many who were enslaved decades ago.

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