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Cletus Cyril: CSA elections tampered with

Cletus Cyril, the former President of the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA), has asserted that the trade union’s April, 2016 elections were tampered with. At a news conference this...
Kenita Placide, the former Executive Director of United and Strong, now director of ECADE and Caribbean Advisor for Out Right Action International.

ECADE calls political parties to state position on LGBT discrimination

(Castries May 24, 2016) The Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality (ECADE) stands in solidarity with United and Strong Inc in calling for political debate that addresses the...
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PROUD Community Meeting for La Croix-Laborie

The Ministry of Physical Development, Housing and Urban Renewal (through the PROUD), is continuing interventions aimed at regularizing the occupation of Crown Lands in the community of La Croix-Laborie. In this...
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WASCO network update May 24, 2016

The level of Reservoir at John Compton Dam has been recorded at 333.0 feet today, May 24th 2016.  This represents a decrease of 0.1 feet from our previous recorded level yesterday, May...

CFL makes donation to NCF

Consolidated Foods Limited (CFL), has made a donation of twenty-five thousand dollars towards the work of the National Community Foundation (NCF). In receiving the contribution the NCF reported that the...

Saint Lucian admitted to Guyana Bar

Saint Lucian,Professor Eddie Ventose of UWI was admitted to the Guyana bar by Chief Justice Yonette Cummings on Friday, according to a report in Kaieteur News. Ventose is professor of...
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FRC 6th St. Lucia Studies Conference

The first Saint Lucia Studies Conference was organised by the Folk Research Centre in March 2004. The theme was “A critical path to St. Lucia’s development.” Visitors attended from...

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...