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The Caribbean development bank has issued its latest update for 2019 on the performance of its member states’ economies. With the exception of Barbados, the CDB forecast all of its member states economies to grow. In the case of St. Lucia the initial forecast growth is being lowered. The CDB says an expected slowdown in …
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The inmate students of the bordelaise correctional facility continue to perform creditably at external examinations. On Friday the facility held a ceremony to highlight the positive achievement of the students who despite being behind bars, continue to focus and perform well at their studies.
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Saint Lucia Zouks  have picked up their first win of the 2019 Caribbean Premier League. All rounder Rahkeem Cornwall’s 30-ball 75  made a large contribution to the victory over Jamaica Tallawahs by five wickets at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica. Fellow opener Andre Fletcher hit an unbeaten 47 as the Zouks chased  the 171-run target […]

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Saint Lucia police have denied that a man in a viral video ‘appearing to be engaging in the use of illicit substances’ is the son of Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry. “We wish to make it clear that the individual portrayed in the video is not the son of,  (and is) in no way related to, […]

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Press Release:- On Thursday, September 12, 2019, thirty eight (38) year old, Shan Samuel of Micoud, was formally charged for causing the death of twenty six (26) year old, Paul Albert of Malgretoute, Micoud, on Thursday, July 25, 2019, on Manoel Street, Castries. Albert, who sustained multiple stab wounds during the altercation, succumbed at the Victoria […]

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Jury selection resumed Friday morning in the murder trial of fired Dallas police Officer Amber Guyger, with State District Judge Tammy Kemp telling potential jurors the trial won’t be like TV courtroom dramas, according to the Dallas Morning News. “We are not at all like Perry Mason. We are not at all like Law & Order. Set […]

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Castries, September 13, 2019 – St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) understands that individuals are presenting themselves to business establishments and/or people’s homes with a copy of a letter LUCELEC issued years ago indicating that the company needs to replace their meters. These imposters claim to be LUCELEC employees and are requesting permission to access their […]

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has called on the international community not to take the resilience of small Island states for granted. Chastanet, who is also Chairman of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), spoke against the backdrop of the passage of Hurricane Dorian which devastated the Bahamas. He spoke of the need to convince the […]

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