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Description Police are asking for anyone with information on Wednesday’s shooting death of a 39 year old Jacmel man to come forward. Julius Albert, was shot in the back of the head about 9:55p.m. on Wednesday by an unknown assailant. DBS Cecille Actille has details.
The United Workers Party continues to be dismissed as a viable opposition party by the ruling Saint Lucia Labour Party. That much was evident at last night’s political meeting in Soufriere. The UWP has been dogged by suggestions of division in the party after very public disagreements between members and the expulsion of Castries central MP Richard Frederick over his criticism of the party’s leadership. The party’s ability to get its house in order in time for the next general election has been questioned. DBS’ Jason Hullingseed has that story:
Description The St. Lucia Air and Seaports Authority has brought in extra help to clean up the oil spilled by the Dodgersbank, the Tugboat which sank in Port Castries on Monday morning. ALEX BOUSQUET REPORTS
Description The National Workers Union says LIAT’s decision to reduce the number of flights into St. Lucia could have seriously implications for the Island’s economy. Here’s DBS’ Don Nicholas
Description The Ministry of Sustainable Development convened a Green Economy workshop today DBS’ Don Nicholas attended and filed this report
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