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OECS: Regional port strategy urged

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, May 21, – St.Lucia along with other member countries of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) are being urged to examine and explore a regional...

Technical issues halt voter registration

The Electoral Department today postponed registration of voters for the next general elections to tomorrow, citing technical issues linked to the inclement weather. “Because of the weather and they are...

Barbados Minister:Fingerprinting a must!

Barbados Today:-Minister of Industry and Commerce Donville Inniss yesterday heaped scorn on critics of Government’s plan to fingerprint persons leaving and entering the country, as he warned that the move...

UWP announces full slate of 17 candidates

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia –Friday, May 20, 2016 – The United Workers Party, at a press conference convened at the Party’s Headquarters today ratified its 17 candidates for the upcoming...

Man of unknown identity in Police custody

A man of unknown identity is currently in the custody of Choiseul Police, who are requesting public assistance in identifying him According to information obtained by the Times, the man...

Bugs and mold infest Traffic Department

Authorities are investigating a bug and mold infestation at the Police Traffic Department on Bridge Street. The President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Camron Laure, told the Times that...

PM to address nation tonight

Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Economic Affairs, Planning and Social Security Dr. Kenny D. Anthony will address the nation tonight, Thursday, May 19, 2016. The address will be delivered on all local radio...

Ted King receives top regional award

Police Officer, Corporal Ted King, is back home after receiving a prestigious regional award in Suriname. King was bestowed with the award of Top Caribbean Community Police Officer, stemming from...

Guyana: Police to track calls to inmates?

Guyana Chronicle:-THE police are seeking the assistance of mobile phone companies to determine whom prisoners were communicating with, Clifton Hicken, the Georgetown Police Commander said Wednesday, following a raid...

SLBWA kicks off Blindness Awareness Month

The St. Lucia Blind Welfare Association (SLBWA), in its quest to sensitize society about blindness and visual impairment has designated the month of May as Blindness Awareness Month. The...