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Mother wants justice for deceased son

Monchy mother Paula Polius, whose son Samson Polius, was hacked to death last night outside his home, has told the Times that she wants justice for her deceased son. But...
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Monchy resident hacked to death

A Monchy resident, identified as Samson Polius, is reported to have been hacked to death this evening. It is alleged that Polius, said to be in his twenties, had been...

Richard will not run!

Former Housing Minister, Richard Frederick, has confirmed that he will not be contesting the next general elections. During his MBC television programme tonight, Frederick cited the short time frame within...

CSA members challenged to offer solutions

Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) members have been urged to help come up with solutions to some of the problems facing this country. The challenge to the CSA members...

No run for Richard Frederick?

Former Housing Minister, Richard Frederick, appears unlikely to contest the next general elections, reliable sources have told the Times. According to the sources, Frederick is expected to make an announcement...

Police foil prisoner’s suicide attempt

Officers at the Vieux Fort Police station yesterday foiled a suicide attempt by a young prisoner. According to reliable information reaching the Times, the incident occurred shortly after 4: pm. The...
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PM addresses nomination date change

Statement on the Change in the Date for Nomination of Candidates BY THE HON DR KENNY D ANTHONY PRIME MINISTER & MINISTER FOR FINANCE, ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, PLANNING & SOCIAL SECURITY In the light...
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Ministry statement on exams and elections

The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development and Labour wishes to assure all candidates/students who are writing the Caribbean Examinations Council’s (CXC) Caribbean Secondary Examination Certificate (CSEC) and the...

Post mortem in mango tree death Friday

A post mortem examination has been scheduled for Friday on the body of a man who died after falling from a mango tree. The incident occurred shortly after 1 p.m...

SLP plans to put more money in pockets

Hon. Emma Hippolyte, Minister for Commerce, Business Development, Investment and Consumer Affairs, announced plans today to increase the personal Income Tax allowance from $18,000.00 to $30,000 for all St...