Monday, November 19, 2018

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Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, has asserted in connection with the recent fatal shooting of the wife of a police officer that the truth cannot be hidden forever. "What we need in Saint Lucia is truth," Francis declared, adding that...
Press Release:-  In a move to embrace the Saint Lucian Diaspora, the Government of Saint Lucia has appointed a new Ambassador responsible for Diaspora Affairs. Dr. Jocelyne Clarke-Fletcher will lead the charge to bring Saint Lucians together in a holistic...
A United States national on vacation in Saint Lucia died Thursday afternoon after a vehicle he was driving plunged over a precipice at Anse La Raye, police have confirmed. The deceased was identified as 42-year-old Reubin Turner of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. According...
A Saint Lucian woman is among eight prison officers recruited from other Caribbean countries  to serve at Her Majesty’s Prison in Balsam Ghut, British Virgin Islands (BVI). The woman has been living in the BVI for some time, it has...
Press Release:-  The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. WASCO can now move ahead with plans to improve water distribution to residents of Bouton, following a judgement in its favour, handed down by the high court this week. On Monday 5th November 2018...
Press Release:-  Officials within the Ministry of Health and Wellness met recently at a workshop to develop guidelines for the introduction of nutritional standards for school meals. Participants were granted the opportunity to share ideas about ways to ensure that students...
The President of the OECS Bar Association, Thaddeus Antoine, has said that he is very disappointed with the outcome of referendums in Grenada and Antigua and Barbuda, in which the populations voted in favour of retaining the London-based Privy...
City Police Officers in their continuing crackdown on crime in the capital arrested two males Wednesday, one for brandishing a knife at a female vendor in the Castries market and the other for urinating in public, it has been...
By Victor E. Girard (For Justice and Equity) Before the 1948 fire, which ravaged most of the Town of Castries, a street known as Bourbon Street ran from Brazil Street to Jeremie Street. With the rebuilding of Castries, the William Peter...