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Zouks To Replace Stars For 2019 CPL – rjrnewsonline.com

Zouks To Replace Stars For 2019 CPL  rjrnewsonline.comThe St Lucia Zouks will make a return to the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) as they will be replacing the St Lucia Stars for the upcoming season. The Zouks ...

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Traffic restrictions coming for section of Constant Spring Road

The National Works Agency (NWA) is reporting that traffic restrictions will be implemented along a section of Constant Spring Road starting at 10 pm on Friday, August 16. The section of the corridor between Dunrobin Avenue and West Kings House Road…

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JUTA operator killed in Hanover crash

Twenty-eight-year-old Chelsie Malcolm, a JUTA operator of Cousins Cove, Hanover died as a result of injuries she received in a motor vehicle crash on Lances Bay main road in the parish on Wednesday. The Lucea Police report that about 11:37 p.m.,…

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NIA condemns recent political utterances by Phillips, Waite

The National Integrity Action (NIA) has described recent utterances by Member of Parliament and Peoples National Party (PNP) Vice President, Mikael Phillips, as well as PNP Deputy General Secretary, Basil Waite, as unacceptable and must be…

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Six cops charged with St Andrew triple murder

Six policemen were yesterday charged in relation to murder of three men more than six years ago. Charged are Sergeant Simroy Mott, Corporal Donovan Fullerton, Constables Andrew Smith, Sheldon Richards, Orandy Rose, and Richard Lynch. They were…

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Labour Ministry reports delay in some PATH payments

The Ministry of Labour & Social Security is advising PATH beneficiaries who collect their benefits through post offices that there is a delay in payment. The Ministry says  PATH cheques will be available for collection at post offices next…

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Policeman accused of beating detainee in lock-up granted bail

Hanover police constable Jafari Pearson, who is charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm, has been granted $100,000 bail with sureties. Pearson was charged on Tuesday by the police’s Inspectorate and Professional Standards…

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Lakes Pen Rd/ Municipal Blvd traffic lights out of operation for two weeks

The Lakes Pen Road/Municipal Boulevard intersection in Portmore, St Catherine will remain without traffic signals for at least the next two weeks. As such, the National Works Agency’s (NWA) Communication and Customer Services Manager,…

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