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Saint Lucia Records over 1.2 Million Visitors In 2018

Castries, January 17, 2019 -- Saint Lucia has recorded its best performance ever in visitor arrivals, as it welcomed 1,218,294 visitors in 2018. That number represents a 10.2% increase...

Former Minister Urges Church To Speak Up On Social Issues

Former Saint Lucia government minister, Emma Hippolyte, has urged the church to speak up on social issues, including gambling. She expressed the view that the church has been quiet on...

Saint Lucia Police Investigate Report That Student Took Gun To School

Police are investigating a report that a male student took a gun to class this week. Persons familiar with the report have told St Lucia Times that the school involved...

Wounded Bus Driver Says Bandits Opened Fire Without Any Warning

Wounded bus driver, Ignatius Jn Baptiste, is happy to be alive after bandits this week shot him and robbed him. Jn Baptiste told St Lucia Times that he was heading...

Thieves Break Into Building At Odsan

Thieves broke into a building at Odsan, triggering an alarm and a response from Protector Security System, the police have reported. Assistant Police Commissioner  Responsible for Crime and Intelligence, Wayne...

Photo of Students With Guns Prompts Saint Lucia Police Probe

Saint Lucia Police have launched an investigation into the posting on social media of a photograph of two male students holding what appear to be firearms. Both students, who seem...

Canaries Raises Funds For Ambulance

The Saint Lucia Social Development Fund (SSDF), and the Canaries-UK Association are raising funds to get an ambulance for the community of Canaries. The target is at least $120,000, an...

Owners Of Trailer Trucks Get Warning From CCC

The Castries Constituencies Council (CCC) has urged owners of trailer trucks to remove trailers  that are parked in he vicinity of Vigie beach and desist from parking them there...

Police Chief Launches Probe Into Response Of Cops To Reports Of ‘Kidnap’ Attempt

Asserting that it is the responsibility of the police to serve and protect citizens by providing an adequate response to reports of crime,  Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, Thursday announced...

People Had to Lift Vehicle To Free Woman Who Later Died In Soufriere Freak...

Soufriere residents had to lift a vehicle to free a woman who was trapped underneath as a result of a freak accident at Fond St Jacques last month, it...