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SLAPS, the Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society, has said that the rising cost of living is a major factor contributing to dogs being abandoned by their owners. SLAPS President, Pam Devaux, told the Times that abandonment of the animals represents...
Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has told the Times that be believes only prosecution in the matter of alleged extrajudicial police killings, will satisfy the United States. “I want to ensure we understand the difference between prosecuted and convicted,” Chastanet said...
PRESS RELEASE:-As plans progress for the eminent opening and full occupation of the Owen King EU Hospital, focused is placed on the total client/staff experience and well-being. Currently under construction is a modern, spacious cafeteria to serve the needs of both...
A Marigot man was shot multiple times last night, as he sat on the balcony of his home, reliable sources have said. The victim has been identified as twenty-eight year old Herbie Emmanuel, known as 'Teflon.' The shooting occurred at about...
PRESS RELEASE:-Castries, Saint Lucia (August 4, 2016): Massy Stores is the new name for the company formerly known as Consolidated Foods Ltd (CFL) and its 11 stores - Super J IGA, Mega J and gl foodmarket. The new corporate image...
Some twenty hotel workers employed by St. James's Club Morgan Bay resort have been made redundant, Labour Commissioner, Ray Narcisse has confirmed. The redundancies took effect last last month. Narcisse told the Times that the resort took the action as a...
The media fraternity in Saint Lucia is mourning the death of Journalist, Raymond O’Keiffe. O’Keiffe passed away in Martinique after a brief undisclosed illness. Doctor Didacus Jules, the Director General of the Saint Lucia-based OECS Secretariat where O’Keiffe worked, told the Midday...
Archbishop Robert Rivas has asserted that adequate systems must be put in place to deal with child sexual abuse in Saint Lucia. Rivas noted that the Catholic Church has had its own challenges dealing with the matter of sexual abuse...
Saint Lucia’s Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), is to receive a bigger salary and more perks. Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, in an exclusive interview with the Times, disclosed that Cabinet  recently decided to upgrade the post. He noted that it was...
The LGBT advocacy group - United and Strong, wants a meeting with newly appointed government minister, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun. Mrs. Flood-Beaubrun was sworn in recently as Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public...