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Saint Lucia Police are on the lookout for an alleged con-man, who is posing as the father of teenager in need of urgent medical attention.The scam was discovered when the boy's mother visited the Saint Lucia Red Cross today seeking financial help. DBS's Melissa Paul begins our news coverage tonight:
The Saint Lucia government has indicated it will press criminal charges in a money scandal involving the former administration. The alleged scandal was outlined in a report on the operations of town, village and rural councils. The document indicates that hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants from friendly countries went missing under the United Workers Party government. But Soufriere MP and Minister of Social Transformation -- Harold Dalson says he never received any money from the councils during the former administration's tenure. Mr. Dalson summoned a news conference today to discuss the report on the investigation into the councils. DBS's Jason Hullingseed has the details:
Some 75 households in Roseau will be moved to Jacmel as part of a Roseau relocation project. DBS' Don Nicholas reports officials from the Housing Ministry met with residents yesterday to discuss the plan.
The Maritime Consultant in the Ministry of Tourism says local authorities need to be concerned about certain bays on the Island. Mr. Cuthbert Didier spoke hours after an incident yesterday in which a 62-year old Frenchman died in an apparent boating accident. The man, who was here on contract with the Ministry of Education, had gone for a morning swim when he is reported to have been struck by a vessel off Reduit beach.DBS's Alex Bousquet tells us more:
The young Mother who was one of two persons who died in a road accident Wednesday night, was on her way to a new job. Shalla Raymond of Black Bay Vieux Fort and Joel Phillip of Cas en Bas both died when a mini-bus collided with a truck at Malgretourt in Micoud. Shalla's Mother says her daughter had recently lost her job, and was on her way home in the South to collect her clothing to start another, when she died. The Mother remembers her daughter fondly.Shala Raymond was twenty-three years old. She would have been twenty-four in July.
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