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By David Jessop In just over a week’s time on December 2, COP24, the 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference will take place in Katowice in Poland. In the two days before, the G20, the grouping of the world’s most powerful states, will meet in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At both meetings the escalating confrontation between […]

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Dear Sir: Writing on the issue of our rising violent crime rate here recently, our government here in St Vincent and the Grenadines has been telling us that young males here, quote; “have chosen to invest in low-end but dangerous gun violence and that these individuals have become “armed entrepreneurs”, living illegally off the fat […]

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Saint Lucia’s forensic laboratory has been closed for the past three weeks, a reliable source has confirmed. The source told St Lucia Times that the closure was due to problems with the lab’s air conditioning and water seeping through cracks in the roof, resulting in the development of mold. The source explained that attempts are […]

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Press Release:-  The Department of Infrastructure, Ports, and Energy wishes to inform the motoring and pedestrian public it will be undertaking road markings from Gros Islet to Castries. These works will be undertaken during the months of November and December. The markings will take place on the Castries – Gros Islet and John Compton Highway, section […]

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BBC:–  A Louisiana couple have more than a million more reasons to be thankful after finding a winning lottery ticket while cleaning up for Thanksgiving. Tina Ehrenberg said she found a stack of lottery tickets on her nightstand while she was making sure her home was spick and span prior to receiving family for the American […]

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Masked gunmen attacked the Bel Jou hotel in La Pansee, Castries Thursday night, the police have reported. According to law enforcement officials, four bandits were involved in the 11.30 pm  attack. It as not immediately clear whether the criminals were able to rob the  Castries hotel. No one is reported to have been injured. However […]

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Press Release:-  Arising out of a meeting held on Thursday, November 22, 2018, among Consumer Affairs Department, St. Lucia Bureau of Standards and Environmental Health Division, the public is hereby advised not to eat imported Romaine Lettuce. Retailers and food service establishments are further advised not to sell or serve imported Romaine lettuce including food products […]

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La Caye, Dennery will be the new location of an abattoir for Saint Lucia. That’s according to Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph, who recently confirmed that the Taiwanese funded multi-million-dollar abattoir in Beausejour, Vieux Fort, will make way for the Chinese-backed Desert Star Holdings horse racing track.
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