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Fire Service reports busy weekend

The Saint Lucia Fire Service has reported a total of 73 ambulance responses in the North and South of the Island on the weekend and today. Two of the calls...

Flavia Cherry says no need to panic over “Brexit”

Flavia Cherry has told the Times that there is no need for undue concern over “Brexit.” “Brexit” is the name that has been given to a British exit from the...

ECADE mourns the losses in Orlando

PRESS RELEASE:-CASTRIES—The Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality (ECADE) stands with other human rights and lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) organisations in mourning the loss of life...

Met office explains inclement weather

The Met office here has been explaining the inclement weather the country has been experiencing. Director of Met Services, Venantius Descartes, told the Times that a tropical wave started affecting...
Fatal accident in Mon Repos St. Lucia - Vita Charlery and Madeline Serieux (stluciatimes-staging.ajnbab8-liquidwebsites.com)

Police Update: Fatal accident in Mon Repos

Police are investigating a fatal accident which occurred on Sunday, June 19, 2016 about 1:30 a.m. in Mon Repos. Motor vehicle registration number PE 9885 driven by 47 year...

Immigration Department concerned about lost passport reports

The Immigration Department has reported receiving a number of reports of lost Saint Lucian passports. Inspector Lucius Lake of the Immigration Department has disclosed that while some reports are genuine,...

ECCB official warns about de-risking

The deputy governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Trevor Brathwaite, has warned about the impact on the region of de-risking by international banks. De-risking is the process of...

St. Lucia Zouks call up Ramsaran

PRESS RELEASE:- The St. Lucia Zouks have been dealt a blow ahead of the start of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) campaign as Keron Cottoy has been ruled out...

Former Police Chief wants action on school security

Former Police Chief, Cuthbert Phillips, has asserted that something needs to be done about improving security at schools. Phillips recalled that he has been making that point for years. “Children can’t...

Juffali’s diplomatic status under review

The diplomatic status of Saint Lucia’s Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Doctor Walid Juffali, is under review. The disclosure came from Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, in an...