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Dennery floods due to rain three days in a row; early system warning to be upgraded

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The National Emergency Management Office (NEMO) is attempting to upgrade the early warning system to a multi hazard early warning system. NEMO Director, Dorine Gustave made the disclosure following reports of major flooding experienced in Dennery due to continuous rainfall over the weekend. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports

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Two dead in separate road incidents

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Two individuals were pronounced dead on the scene following two separate incidents. The incident occurred in Micoud and Castries on July 26.

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Fire Service warns of burning bush fires

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Fire Service Assistant Divisional Officer, Germaine William has condemned non permitted bush fires within residential areas. William’s statement was made after fire fighters responded to a bush fire at Barnard Hill.

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THE POLICE SHOOT DOWN PM’s CLAIM IMPACS SAGA IS “RESOLVED”

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The Prime Minister’s victory lap following the resumption of United States sponsored assistance to the Royal Saint Lucia Police, still under Leahy Law sanctions, has been tempered by the Police Welfare Association. During his July 5 address to the nation, the Prime Minister declared the IMPACS saga has been “resolved”. His utterances appear to contradict the US Ambassador to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean who on June 18 confirmed the Leahy sanction are still in place and Saint Lucia’s chief prosecutor is still expected to address the conclusions in the IMPACS report. The PWA says they expect the Prime Minister to correct the record.

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