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Juffali’s ex wife cries in court

DAILY MAIL:-The extraordinary demands of a former supermodel locked in one of Britain's biggest ever divorce battles with her billionaire Saudi sheikh ex emerged in court today. Christina Estrada is said...
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Minister for Health & Wellness Says Owen King EU Hospital is World Class

On Friday June 24th Minister for Health and Wellness, Senator Mary Isaac toured the Owen King EU Hospital as part of her familiarization of major health facilities on island....

Francis receives IMPACS report

National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has confirmed receiving a copy of the controversial IMPACS report. “I am looking at it and then we will decide the way forward,” Francis told...

Rigobert meets constituents on development and governance

PRESS RELEASE:-Minister for Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development and Parliamentary Representative for Micoud North Dr. Hon. Gale Rigobert met with over two hundred (200) constituents for an important...

DPP’s office fast tracking case backlog

The office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has been moving to clear up a backlog of cases in the courts. According to information obtained by the Times, there...
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Saint Lucia in top three “Most Romantic Destination for Honeymoon Travelers”

Saint Lucia is no stranger to high placements in travel reviews and blogs as the island’s unique and breathtaking attractions have been a magnet for increasing numbers of visitors....

BHC issues statement on ‘Brexit’ vote

PRESS RELEASE:- The British people have made a clear and robust decision in one of the largest democratic exercises in British history. We had a tremendous turnout – over 33...

OECS empathizes with flood hit Ghana

Castries, June 28th, 2015- The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Commission has expressed its solidarity with the people and Government of Ghana over extensive flooding which has claimed...

Bousquet: Too early to criticize new government

Rufus Bousquet, Saint Lucia’s former Foreign Minister, has urged the country to move on and support the new government. Bousquet told the Times that elections are over. “Let us give the...

Change in Caricom diplomacy urged after ‘Brexit’ vote

Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister, Doctor Vaughan Lewis, has asserted that there needs to be a change in the diplomacy of Caricom after the ‘Brexit’ vote. “Diplomacy now suggests that...