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Francis wants main court building reopened

Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, has called on the Attorney General, the Minister of Justice and the Prime Minister to reopen the main court building on Peynier Street, Castries. Francis...

Statement on Notice of Trade Dispute & Strike Action from CSA

Press Release:-Castries, January 12, 2017 – St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) is in receipt of a copy of a letter to the Minister of Labour from the Civil...

CDC tenants owe $2M in outstanding rent

Tenants in the CDC apartment buildings in Castries owe the National Housing Corporation (NHC) some $2 million in outstanding rent. NHC Chairman, Timothy Mangal, told the Times that there is...
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SLP vows to review citizenship granted by UWP under CIP

Press Release:-The Saint Lucia Labour Party continues to express its deepest concern with the actions of the Allen Chastanet Administration which serves to undermine the integrity and reputation of...

Driver unhurt after part of building collapses

A female driver escaped unscathed after a part of the American Drywall building came down Thursday morning. Cyrillia Lucien, the driver of a Toyota Corolla, PC 2927, told the Times...

Taxi drivers hail urination crackdown

The President of the Holiday Taxi Cooperative Society, Lucien Joseph, has welcomed a planned campaign by the Castries Constituencies Council (CCC), against urinating, defecating, spitting and littering in the...

Antigua: CIP Boss tenders resignation

Antigua Observer:-With only six months on the job, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Citizenship by Investment Unit (CIU) Chisanga Chekwe has tendered his resignation to Prime Minister...
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‘Reds’ welcomes appointment of ‘Jimmy’ Adams

Sports Commentator, Joseph 'Reds' Perreira has welcomed the appointment of James 'Jimmy' Adams as the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) new Director of Cricket. The former head coach of the...
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Shooting in Black Mallet

A shooting incident has been reported in Black Mallet, Marchand, Castries. According to information obtained by the Times, a man was shot in the leg but managed to escape his...

CCC to crack down on urinating in public

The Castries Constituencies Council (CCC), has announced plans to begin enforcing laws against urinating in public. The move is part of plans by Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, to clean up...