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Former President congratulaes Rotary Club of St Lucia on fiftieth anniversary

Dr. Edsel Edmunds - I was pleased to read of the 50th Anniversary of our Rotary Club of St Lucia.  As a former President and recipient of the  "...
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Chamber of Commerce meets with the Castries City Council

Board Members of the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce met with the newly instated Mayor of Castries Mr. Peterson Francis on Tuesday August 31st 2016. Discussions focused on the need...
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SLASPA Partners with Ministry of Education

Castries, Thursday, September 01, 2016 - The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA), this afternoon,  made a cheque presentation to the Ministry of Education at the Authority’s...
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WASCO water supply update for September 2, 2016

The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 333.2 feet today, September 2nd 2016. This represents an increase of 0.2 feet from our previous recorded...

Taiwan to help with security in Castries

Taiwan's Ambassador to Saint Lucia, Ray Mou ,paid a courtesy call on Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis yesterday pledging to work closely with Francis and City Councillors  to improve relations...
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The CAB Encourages Caribbean Governments to Comply with FATCA

St. Lucia, Thurs. September 1, 2016: The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) calls upon all Caribbean countries, which have not yet done so, to expedite the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) process...

Barbados: No charges in case of tied up children

Barbados police have said that joint investigations conducted with the Child Care Board have revealed that there was no abuse or neglect of children who were tied with strips...

Pedestrian hit by car at Gros Islet

A pedestrian was taken to hospital via ambulance this evening after being hit by a motor car near the Gros Islet Fire Station, it is reported. According to information obtained...

Accident victim appeals for more responsible driving

Accident victim – Travis Dolor, has called on motorists to be more responsible in their use of the road. Dolor and four others who were travelling in a motor vehicle,...

Police Commissioner says there’s little he can do about IMPACS

Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, has declared that there is very little he can do about what has become known here as the IMPACS matter. However Moncherry asserted that what is...