Lambird Academy Scandal Update
Lambird Academy Scandal Update
Dr. Iftekhar Shams and three associates were arrested after students claimed that the Lambirds Academy, which boasted a campus in the North of Saint Lucia, had ripped them off.
Dominica’s Prime Minister Releases Statement in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
Dominica’s Prime Minister Releases Statement in the Aftermath of Hurricane Maria
The statement highlights initial reports are of widespread devastation. Skerrit informed that “so far we have lost all what money can buy and replace.
Twenty Nine Dead after 8.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Mexico
Twenty Nine Dead after 8.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Mexico
The magnitude-8.1 quake, which was felt as far as Mexico City and Guatemala City, was registered off Mexico's southern coast just as heavy rains from Hurricane Katia lashed the east.
Inmate Shot During Altercation at the Bordelais Correctional Facility
Inmate Shot During Altercation at the Bordelais Correctional Facility
According to Communications Officer at the prison, Kerwin Albert officials were forced to fire a live round at the inmate who had attempted to attack officials.
Trinidad's Government Commended for Raising Legal Age of Marriage
Trinidad's Government Commended for Raising Legal Age of Marriage
The Government of Trinidad has received the applause of regional analyst Peter Wickham following a unanimous decision in that country’s parliament that has outlawed child marriage.
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The Saint Lucia Calypso Association Responds to Criticism on Artiste's Disqualification
The Saint Lucia Calypso Association (2009) has responded to heavy criticism being levelled at the organization by sections of the public since the announcement of the disqualification of one of the artistes in the Power Soca Monarch competition.

A statement issued earlier today has place the responsibility for the fate of Claudius J Mouse Edmund squarely on the shoulders on the Take Over Tent. The association claims that the argument put forth that the Take Over Tent of the Saint Lucia Calypso Association (2009) allowed an underage performer to participate in a competition only to later disqualify him holds no weight.

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Junior Carnival Parade Set for Sunday July 13th
The Junior Carnival Parade is all set for Sunday July 13th at the William Peter Boulevard in Castries.

A total of six bands are expected to portray all their products before the judges Parade Coordinator Leslie Ann Modeste says the parade will also include an exhibition of the King and Queen of the Kiddies bands.

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State of Emergency Extended to Cover the Entire Island
A water emergency which was issued for the North of the island in March this year has been further extended to cover the entire island.

That's according to Water Resource Management Officer Fitzgerrald John, who explained that since the announcement was initially made the drought situation has worsened.

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St. Lucians to pay more for Electricity this Monthend
St. Lucians will now have to pay more for electricity this month-end, as the cost of living continues an upward spiral.

This comes following an increase in the tax charged by the Government, on fuel purchased by Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) came into effect on June 16, 2014 when the statutory instrument for that purpose was published in the Saint Lucia Gazette.

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Opener Chris Gayle Ruled Out of WI Tour due to Injury
Opener Chris Gayle has been ruled out of the remainder of the West Indies’ tour of India and the subsequent three Tests against New Zealand due to a hamstring injury.

West Indies team physiotherapist C.J. Clark confirmed that Gayle tore his hamstring during the first One-day International on Thursday at the Nehru Stadium in the Indian south-western city of Kochi.

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