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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...

Two dead in Mon Repos accident

Two women are reported dead as a result of a motor vehicle accident at Mon Repos in the early hours of this morning, investigators have confirmed. According to information reaching...

Customers close RBC Royal Bank accounts

Customers have been closing accounts at RBC Royal Bank ahead of new fees to be introduced on Monday. The reaction follow a trend in other countries in the region. By one...
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PM says UWP will deliver on promises

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has dismissed suggestions that his new administration will be unable to fulfill its election promises. One of the more controversial promises was a pledge to eventually...

Barre de L’Isle accident – Driver unhurt

A Barre de L’Isle mishap has resulted in damage to a motor vehicle, but no injuries to the driver. The incident occurred at about 1:30 pm today. The Driver told the...
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Vendors concerned about vagrants

The President of the Saint Lucia Vendors Association, Peter Isaac, has echoed concerns voiced by the Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce, about the number of vagrants in the City. Isaac...

UWI Lecturer calls for more women in politics

UWI Lecturer, Doctor Gabrielle Hosein, has described as “excellent”, the increase in the number of women contesting and winning elections here. A record number of females participated in the June...
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PM calls for patience on Sarah’s appointment

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has called on everyone to be patient in relation to an appointment for Castries Central MP, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun. “In due course everybody will learn as to...

Former UWP Chairman tells new government to stay focused

Former United Workers Party (UWP) Chairman, Michael Flood, has urged the new administration of Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, to remain focused. “Don’t be like the previous administration where they went...
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Turtle slaughter under investigation

Vieux Fort, June 15, 2016 – The Saint Lucia National Trust is working together with the Department of Fisheries, the Marine Police Unit and the Crime Scene Investigation Unit...