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Chastanet government ‘split’ on ganja decriminalisation?

The Chairman of the Cannabis Movement of Saint Lucia, Andre 'Pancho' De Caires, has accused the current United Workers Party (UWP) administration of  sending out 'mixed signals' on the...

Call to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple

Press Release:-  The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court is pleased to announce that Her Ladyship the Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereira, DBE, Chief Justice has been called to the Bench...
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CIP: Passport revocation to be challenged in court?

The revocation of the passport of an applicant under the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP), could be challenged in the High Court, reliable sources have told St Lucia Times. According...

Police Town Hall Meeting in Monchy

Press Release:-  The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force will be hosting its “Meet The Commissioner” Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday, April 18 2018, at 6: 00 p.m. in Monchy. The...

Criminal court staff stay home citing security concerns

Employees of the criminal court in Castries stayed home Monday, citing fears for their personal safety. However, Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security, Hermangild Francis, disclosed that there was...

Saint Lucia police on special duty to be taxed?

The Police Welfare Association (PWA) says it has been informed that moves may be afoot to collect revenue for the government from cash earned by moonlighting police officers. PWA President,...
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Minister happy that police are ‘educating themselves’

National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has asserted that a survey of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) would reveal that a 'large percentage' of the officers have university...

Guyana: Search on for top cop

Guyana Chronicle:-  EIGHT assistant commissioners of police (ACPs) were last week interviewed and wrote an assessment test as President David Granger commences the search for a substantive commissioner of police,...

PANCAP welcomes T&T ‘buggery’ ruling

The Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP), has welcomed a ruling by the Trinidad and Tobago High Court, that is being celebrated by gay rights activists in...

Starbucks apologises over arrest of black men

BBC:-   Coffee chain Starbucks has apologised after two black men were arrested while waiting for a friend at one of their shops in the US city of Philadelphia. Amateur video...