A surface to low level trough is expected to generate occasional cloudiness with scattered showers and possible isolated thunderstorms across parts of the island chain during the next 24 hours. By late Saturday into Sunday a tropical wave is expected... The post WEATHER (6:00 PM, Sep 24): Sattered showers, possible thunderstorms expected next 24 hrs, tropica […]
DOWASCO apologizes to customers from Belfast for the unscheduled interruption to their water supply today Thursday September 24, 2020. This interruption is due to a damaged supply line. DOWASCO would like to assure these customers that we are working to... The post ANNOUNCEMENT: DOWASCO apologizes for the unscheduled interruption in Belfast appeared first on […]
By Lee Brown (NEW YORK POST) – A Seattle cop was filmed rolling his bicycle over a man’s helmeted head as he lay down on the street during violent Black Lives Matter protests sparked by the decision not to charge cops for Breonna Taylor’s death. The protester — called “trumpet man” by others in the […] The post Seattle cop rolls bike over protester’s head du […]
By Grant Lumkong Concussion in professional sports receives substantial media attention, but we must not forget our youth. Every year hundreds of young athletes in St. Lucia suffer from concussions. Youth are especially vulnerable to concussion since they are undergoing active brain development. Unfortunately, underreporting and underdiagnosing are major con […]
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans on Thursday repudiated President Donald Trump's refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, assuring American voters the lawmakers would accept the outcome of November's election.
Rio de Janeiro's carnival parades became the latest casualty of the coronavirus pandemic Thursday as officials announced they were indefinitely postponing the February 2021 edition, with Brazil still reeling from Covid-19.
The French government’s highly publicised efforts to decentralise the country’s Covid-19 response ran into the sand on Thursday as politicians and business leaders in Marseille responded furiously to the closure of the city’s bars and restaurants, saying they had not been consulted.