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Video of St. Lucia From the Sky

St. Lucia Times received a video of St. Lucia from someone who visited the island a few weeks ago. This amazing video shows different areas on the island from an arial perspective and was taken using a DJI Phantom 3 drone. The video can be viewed via the link below in this article. Special thanks to Brent Khelawan for sharing this with us. Khelawan ...

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Saint Lucia Fire Service Marks 41st Anniversary

The Saint Lucia Fire Service will mark forty–one years of existence on Monday, 14th, September, 2015. To mark the anniversary the servicemen and women will among other things, hold a cricket encounter in Mon Repos on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. between officers and management. According to Acting Chief Fire Officer Mr. Lambert Charles the observance this year will provide an ...

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INTERNATIONAL: Man urinates on passengers during Jet Blue flight – police – St. Lucia News Online


INTERNATIONAL: Man urinates on passengers during Jet Blue flight – police
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55f355d514000077002e5808 AP — An Oregon man is facing charges after authorities say he urinated on passengers on a flight from Anchorage to Portland, Oregon. KOIN-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1ijPHEQ ) 27-year-old Jeff Rubin was arrested early Friday ...

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LUCELEC sub-contractor arrested for stealing electricity – St. Lucia News Online

St. Lucia News OnlineLUCELEC sub-contractor arrested for stealing electricitySt. Lucia News OnlineSean Pierre, who is employed by the St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) as a sub-contractor, was arrested by Richfond Police on Thursday morn...

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Baron Foods Employees Complete HACCP Training

September 9, 2015: Three senior level employees of Baron Foods Limited have completed two days of training in Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), at the Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards. Baron Foods Total Quality Manager, Ms. Cardee Alexis, Administrative Manager, Ms. Geanelle Edgar and Quality Control Officer, Mr. Hemaindra Ramjattan, participated in the training exercise. Mr. Ramjattan said ...

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Men who beat burglar could be in danger – St. Lucia News Online

Men who beat burglar could be in dangerSt. Lucia News OnlineThe officers, speaking on condition of anonymity, told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that not only it is illegal to beat a detained criminal who poses no threat, but the civilians were dumb to r...

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Saint Lucia Fire Service marks 41st anniversary

The Saint Lucia Fire Service will mark forty–one years of existence on Monday, 14th, September, 2015. To mark the anniversary the servicemen and women will among other things, hold a cricket encounter in Mon Repos on Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. between officers and management. According to Acting Chief Fire Officer Mr. Lambert Charles the observance this year will provide an ...

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CARIBBEAN: Dominica affected by heavy flooding again – St. Lucia News Online


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CARIBBEAN: Dominica affected by heavy flooding again
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Dominica, still recovering after being ravaged by Tropical Storm Erika, is again experiencing flooding as a result of heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Grace, according to media reports. Dominica News Online (DNO) is reporting that many people ...
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Saint Lucia Fire Service marks 41st anniversary – St. Lucia News Online


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Saint Lucia Fire Service marks 41st anniversary
St. Lucia News Online
PRESS RELEASE – The Saint Lucia Fire Service will mark forty–one years of existence on Monday, 14th, September, 2015. To mark the anniversary the servicemen and women will among other things, hold a cricket encountering Mon Repos on Wednesday ...

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Burglary suspect formally charged

Twenty-three year old burglary suspect, Benjamin Joseph, of Agard/Morne du Dun has been formally charged with the offence of stealing from a dwelling house and damage to property in the Carillee vigilante justice incident. A visitor to a Carillee resident reported hearing the sound of someone breaking into a residence and said he surprised Joseph and with the help of ...

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