Protesters in Venezuela Wage Deadly Street Battle During Election
Protesters in Venezuela Wage Deadly Street Battle During Election
The United States has vowed to take strong and swift action in Venezuela after protesters and security forces fought deadly street battles during voting for President Nicolás Maduro’s controversial constitutional assembly.
Carnival Winners Announced
Carnival Winners Announced
A weekend packed with carnival activities has ended with a number of winners in the various competitions.
ECCB Advises Against Public Panic Amidst Reports of the Circulation of Counterfeit Currency
ECCB Advises Against Public Panic Amidst Reports of the Circulation of Counterfeit Currency
The claims were reported to Radio Caribbean International this morning suggesting that fifty dollar counterfeit notes with the same serial number are being circulated.
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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St. Jude Hospital Reports Increase in Number of Cases of Conjunctivitis

St Jude Hospital is reporting a significant increase in the number of cases of conjunctivitis, more commonly referred to in St Lucia as “red eye”, in the south of the island over the past two weeks.

St Jude Hospital has recorded 47 cases of “red eye” so far for the month of July. The hospital registered just two cases of red eye for all of June.

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Local Youth Studying in Taiwan Sharing Knowledge in his Community

A St. Lucian studying in Taiwan has come home to share his knowledge.

Daje Alfred a resident of Micoud is pursuing studies in Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. He says part of his degree involves studying computer programing and robotics. He is here on vacation but would like to volunteer his time to teaching youth from his community about robotics and computer programing.

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Soufriere Regional Development Proposes an Increase in the Price of Sulphur Springs Tour

A proposal by the Soufriere Regional Development for a hike in the price of Sulphur Springs Tours could deal a major blow to the cruise sector.

The sentiments have been expressed by the President of Holiday adventures—a subsidiary of Holiday Taxi Lucien Joseph.

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Fate of State Owned Radio St Lucia Remains Unresolved

Staff at state owned Radio St Lucia continue to be in limbo about the future of the jobs as government drags its feet on any conclusive action for the media house.

A meeting held with staff and the Union representatives on Monday yielded no favourable update on the situation which CSA General Secretary Claude Paul has described as unacceptable.

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Police News

A man who was charged with preparation for the commission of a crime on Thursday is expected to have additional charges laid against him later today.

Police sources have revealed that Francis Laleen could face an additional charge of theft.

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