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Turning Point makes appeal

Press Release:-The Director of Turning Point Rehabilitation Centre, Joanna Joseph, has made an appeal to family members and society at large to utilize the services of the centre for...

PM outlines areas to build ‘new’ Saint Lucia

Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has been outlining  to Saint Lucians living in the UK the three main areas of focus for his administration in building a 'new' Saint Lucia. Now...

Guyanese national shot in row over dog

A Guyanese national is reported to have been shot this afternoon near the Castries Market, during a row with a known individual. The row is reported to have been over...

Residents: Gunmen terrorizing Bois Patat

Residents of Bois Patat have said that armed men are terrorizing their neighbourhood, striking fear in the hearts of persons in the community. The residents told the Times that in...

Bousquet: Trump an ‘unusual’ personality

Asserting that  with United States President, Donald Trump, there is a ' very unusual' personality in the White House, former Saint Lucia Foreign Minister, Rufus Bousquet, has supported the...

Saint Lucians in UK question PM and Ministers

Hundreds of Saint Lucians living in the UK took the opportunity and came from far and wide to meet with Prime Minister Allen Chastanet during his trip to London...
USAID - Noellea Sankar of Good News in St. Lucia (center), poses with U.S. Air Force pilots, Quentin Miller (left), and William Thompson (right).

U.S. Embassy Facilitates Humanitarian Assistance Shipment to St. Lucia

On January 17 and 19, the United States Government, through the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Denton Program, delivered a humanitarian assistance shipment to St. Lucia valued...

WICB Rebranding Will Ensure Commercial Viability?

Antigua Observer:-The President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB), Dave Cameron, has labelled a decision to re-name the organisation a necessary one if the institution is to remain...

Foul play ruled out in death of Gros Islet man

Foul play has been ruled out  as the cause of death in the case of  Gros Islet resident,  Maquid Annerville, 28, whose body was yesterday fished out of the...

Unplanned births creating social problems?

Unplanned pregnancies are contributing to social problems in Saint Lucia, the Programme Manager at the Saint Lucia Planned Parenthood Association, Geralda Bray, has said. Bray believes that most pregnancies in...