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Two in custody after death of Soufriere man

Two suspects are in police custody following the death Monday of a mentally challenged Soufriere man who is believed to have been beaten up, the Times has been informed. According...

King Says No Confidence Motions A Wake Up Call For Governments

Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Stephenson King, has asserted that motions of no confidence constitute a wake up call for governments. King spoke against the backdrop of the shock vote...

Forensic laboratory to be privatised?

Saint Lucia's forensic laboratory could be privatised. The government is in discussion with a private sector company on the issue of privatisation, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has disclosed. Chastanet told a...

Bruno Project Exports A Record 21 Local Dogs In One Month

The Bruno Project  broke a record when it exported 21 local dogs to Canada last month, the organisation has announced. The non-profit project works alongside the Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society...

Former Foreign Minister Says Journalists ‘Under Attack’

Former Saint Lucia Foreign Minister, Alva Baptiste, has asserted that journalists here are under attack under the current United Workers Party (UWP) administration. "Saint Lucians are being tortured for honest...

EU Delegation gets status update on OKEUH

Press Release:-Henriette Geiger, the European Union's Head of Unit for Development Coordination for Latin America and the Caribbean, accompanied by other official from the EU Delegation visited the Owen...

Gayle Returns Home to Jamaica Tallawahs

Press Release:- The Jamaica Tallawahs have signed Chris Gayle as their Marquee Player for the 2019 Hero Caribbean Premier League season. The leading T20 batsman of all time, Gayle is...

Body With Apparent Marks Of Violence Found In Castries

A body with apparent marks of violence was discovered Sunday in the sea behind the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School (CCSS), law enforcement officials say. The officials told St Lucia Times...

Minister chides public for criticising police

National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has chided members of the public for berating the police when they do their jobs. Asserting that there are some 'low lying issues' that the...

Government satisfied with Infrastructural Works on Schools

Press Release:-  Government’s investment of some ten million EC dollars in the refurbishment of several school on the island is said to have significantly reduced the problems experienced by school...