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Mary Francis dismisses planned Opposition protests as a distraction

Outspoken Human Rights Attorney Mary Francis has blasted the St Lucia Labour Party over its planned street protests against the government’s policies. She says it’s distracting from more serious issues...
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Prime Minister tackles national debt

A review will determine whether the performance of statutory bodies and affiliated agencies justifies continued financial support. As part of his May 9 budget address, Prime Minister Hon Allen M...
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Shooting in Babonneau

Police are investigating a shooting incident at Babonneau. According to information obtained by the Times, a man, identified as George Foster, 56, of Paix Bouche, was shot twice. He was taken...
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Officials “heartened” by response to inaugural Summer Festival

The Minister of Local Government and Culture Fortuna Belrose has said she is heartened by the response to the start of the inaugural St Lucia Summer festival. The St Lucia...
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Concerned Citizens of Saint Lucia March in Solidarity

May 15, 2017 – Castries, Saint Lucia – The Concerned Citizens of Saint Lucia will be joining in solidarity with the St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) on Wednesday, May...

School perimeter made no vending zone

Press Release:-Castries, May 15, 2017 - In an effort to improve safety and security around the Ave Maria Girls’ Primary School, the Castries Constituency Council has taken a decision...
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Government proposes new fuel tax

Saint Lucia needs to become more self-sufficient in its recurrent expenditure, the Commerce Minister says. Due to the global financial situation, the Government of Saint Lucia is structuring its policy...
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Marchand youth killed by gunmen on scooter

St Lucia Police have confirmed that the young man who was killed at Marchand on Sunday was shot by two men riding on a scooter. The shooting occurred around 10:55AM...
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Vector Awareness Week to be held last week in June

Staff training has improved to include emerging health threats. The Ministry of Health and Wellness has begun preparations for Vector Awareness Week. Dr Sharon Belmar-George, senior medical officer in the Ministry...
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Driving Instructors hold “Emergency Meeting” with Transport Minister

The Executive of the National Association of Driving Schools (NADS) met for talks today with the Transport Minister Guy Joseph. The “emergency meeting” was called after the association threatened protest...