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Cabinet to discuss Ubaldus Raymond’s fate

The fate of Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Doctor Ubaldus Raymond, was expected to be discussed at the regular meeting of the cabinet of Ministers today, well-placed sources...
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S.O.S on SLP sex offender registry pledge

Castries, Saint Lucia, – June 2, 2016 –  Speak Out St. Lucia notes with cautious optimism pronouncements made by the St. Lucia Labour Party (S.L.P) in their 2016 Manifesto...
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Saint Lucia Labour Party Youth Organisation Condemns Statement by Joycelyn Fletcher

Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Labour Party Youth Organisation has taken issue with the “shut-up” statement made to the press by Chair of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Joycelyn...

Saint Lucian Economist warns: “We are in trouble!”

Saint Lucian Economist, Doctor Adrian Augier, has sounded a grim warning that this country is in trouble economically. Delivering a lecture on Tueaday to the 39th annual general meeting of...

One Dead, One Hospitalised After Vieux Fort Accident

A male individual died Sunday afternoon and another is in hospital after a road accident at Vieux Fort, law enforcement and emergency officials have confirmed. They say a left hand...

Saint Lucia, Taiwan To Enhance Agricultural Production

Press Release:-  The Government of Saint Lucia, and the Republic of China (Taiwan), have signed an action plan to commence the project “Enhancing the Efficiency of Production and Distribution Supply...
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Saint Lucian Producer seeks financial support for medical attention

PRESS RELEASE:-Castries, August 8, 2016 – Francis “Leebo” De Lima is a man of few words who often lets his music do his talking. This past week-end, the artistes and...

Saint Lucia partners with CARPHA on vector control

The Ministry of Health and Wellness has partnered with the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) to develop a new model for community-based vector control initiatives, aimed at empowering communities...

Child Forensic Interviewing workshop begins

A three-day child forensic and investigative interviewing training workshop began here Tuesday for police officers and social workers. It is the first time such a session is being held in...

LIAT announces limited service to hurricane battered countries

Barbados Today:-LIAT has announced limited operations to several of the hurricane battered countries, including Dominica and the British Virgin islands (BVI). The airline said that it would continue limited operations...