Sunday, November 18, 2018
PRESS RELEASE:-The Saint Lucia Labour Party has sought and obtained Police permission to lead a peaceful national protest march in Castries on Wednesday 17th May 2017 from the Sab Playing Field (commonly called Vigie Playing Field) into the city...
Saint Lucia needs to become more self-sufficient in its recurrent expenditure, the Commerce Minister says. Due to the global financial situation, the Government of Saint Lucia is structuring its policy to limit the number of loans taken to repair and...
Press Release:-The Saint Lucia Labour Party is disappointed and strongly condemns the sudden suspension of the meeting of the House of Assembly to June 20th, 2017.   The SLP says that it was fully prepared to re commence debate on...
Sky News:-Senior Labour figures are meeting to agree the party's manifesto for the General Election, amid fallout from the draft being leaked. The 43-page document, which includes plans to nationalise key industries and reverse years of austerity, has been denounced...
Prime Minister Perry Christie’s Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) conceded defeat last night, after suffering a crushing general election loss. The PLP failed to secure a second consecutive term in office. With exit polls last night projecting a major win for the...
Press Release:-Leader of the Opposition the Hon Philip J Pierre will at 4 pm today respond to the budget address delivered by the Prime Minister yesterday.  This is the first time in recent history that the Opposition has been asked...
Senior Communications Officer in the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM), Nicole Mc Donald, has defended the right of citizens to protest. "We understand that Saint Lucians have every right to protest," Mc Donald said, adding that the Allen Chastanet...
Press Release:-A Formal House of Assembly Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 09, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. for the tabling of the Appropriation Bill 2017/2018 and the Delivery of the Prime Minister’s Budget Address.   The Debate on the Appropriation...
Caribbean Community (CARICOM) leaders have been urged to send a fact finding mission to Venezuela to make an informed analysis of the situation in that country. The interim Chairperson of  the Caribbean chapter of the International Network  In Defense of...
The recent launch of an occupational safety policy provides guidance to the government, employers, and employees on ILO regulations. Saint Lucia’s newly-launched Occupational Safety and Health Policy has placed the island one step closer to achieving its international obligation to...