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Mary Isaac vows to collect the guns !

Opposition candidate for Castries South, Mary Isaac, has told Faux A Chaux youth that upon winning the seat, she will be coming with a bag to collect guns. “When I...

Principal says criminals desperate

The Principal of the La Croix Maingot Combined schools has asserted that criminals who broke into the school building this morning are desperate. Christina Norley spoke as the school counted...
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Windward and Leeward Brewery Ltd. Launches Redeveloped Website

CASTRIES, Friday, May 13, 2016– Windward and Leeward Brewery Ltd. (WLBL), recently launched its redeveloped website which will provide customers, consumers and business partners with timely and accurate information...

Belrose laments politics of exclusion

The opposition candidate for Castries East, Fortuna Belrose, has spoken out against what she has described as "the politics of exclusion" in the constituency. “What we have observed in this...

Masked bandits strike again!

Masked bandits armed with sharp instruments attacked the La Croix Maingot Combined School in the early hours of this morning. According to reports, the intruders tied up the Security Guard...

Further remand for Flight Attendant

Barbados Today:-The LIAT flight attendant charged with bringing cocaine into Barbados has been further remanded, this time until May 19. Deann Pat Porsha Palmer of LaClery, Castries, St Lucia was...

King predicts June 27th elections!

Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Stephenson King, has predicted that general elections will be held on June 27th. King made the prediction last night. He was addressing supporters of the opposition...

PM told to take politics out of budget

Opposition leader, Doctor Gale Rigobert, has accused the Prime Minister of bringing the budget process into disrepute. Rigobert has said that Prime Minister, Doctor Kenny Anthony, has integrated the budgetary...

Break in at Digicel

Saint Lucia Police are investigating reports of a break in at Digicel's Bridge Street outlet. According to reports, the break in occurred this morning. Details are sketchy, but initial reports suggest...

Former NPA Head against student suspension

Former President of the National Principals Association (NPA), Cyrus Cepal, has asserted that suspending errant students does not work. “The days of suspending children - you cannot do that anymore...