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Gros Islet bus drivers call off strike

Gros Islet bus drivers who went on strike Sunday, have decided to call off plans to continue the protest action today, Monday December 19, 2016. The drivers went on strike...

Gros Islet bus drivers on strike

A group of Gros Islet bus drivers went on strike Sunday afternoon, in protest over parking tickets issued to about four of their colleagues by  Traffic Police. The drivers were...

La Clery Mother injured in dual attack

A La Clery mother was seriously wounded in an attack Saturday night by a cutlass-wielding man and his knife-toting girlfriend. The wounded  La Clery mother has been identified as Tamara...

Child injured in row between adults

A child is reported to have been  unintentionally injured in a row between two adults at New Extension,Micoud, on Sunday morning. The incident occurred at about 3:15 am,according to information...

Francis: Tourism Authority is for good of country

The Chairperson of the Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB), Agnes Francis, has said that the transition of the board to a Tourism Authority is for the general good of...

Police get specialized bicycles from SLASPA

Press Release:-Castries – Monday, December 09, 2016 – The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority’s through its Corporate Social Responsibility Programme on Friday December 09, 2016 donated a...

$3.2 million in back pay for WASCO workers

A huge back pay sum has been agreed upon for some 150 daily paid workers of the Water and Sewerage Company Incorporated (WASCO). The Times has been reliably informed that...

Victoria Hospital back to normal after fire

Victoria Hospital is back to normal after a fire Thursday afternoon in its maintenance department. The Executive Director of the hospital, Jeanette Hughes, said because the maintenance department is below...

SLASPA extends hours for clearing goods

Press Release:-Castries – Friday, December 16, 2016– The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) wishes to inform its valued customers of extended operating hours at Port Castries...

Salvation Army fundraising gets generous support

The Salvation Army here has reported generous local support for its fundraising efforts during the Christmas season. Captain Derrick Mitchell told the Times that he was very pleased with the...