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Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister Stephenson King has offered to mediate if tensions exist between current Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and the media. “If that tension is existing I would love to act as a mediator and intervene to bring the media and the Prime Minister together,” King declared. He said he does not believe […]

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A Saint Lucian woman has filed a formal complaint with the police against a British man and his girlfriend for indecent assault. The virtual complainant alleges that both British nationals slapped her on her buttocks. According to information obtained by St Lucia Times, the incident is reported to have taken place at a local hotel […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has voiced support for the conversion of debt into investment in resilience, in cases like the Bahamas. The Bahamas was recently devastated by the passage of Hurricane Dorian. United Nations Secretary–General António Guterres  who visited the hurricane-ravaged country last week presented the debt to investment in resilience idea. “Right now crisis is an […]

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St. Lucia’s lower house of parliament – the house of assembly was convened on Tuesday. Among the matters down for debate were the changes to the citizenship by investment programmed (CIP). This is not the first time that the government has sought to make amendments to the programme. The changes it says are necessary to …
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Prime minister Allen Chastanet stood his ground once again in refusing to answer the question of reporter Janeka Simon. Both the prime minister and the minister for economic development Guy Joseph have refused to answer her questions. Though the prime minister has not officially stated his reason, minister joseph has accused the reporter of being …
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The leader of the opposition Phillip j. Pierre says he is not the least surprised by the recent lowering of the economic outlook for St. Lucia. Pierre says the government is heading in the wrong direction, with what he says is its unsustainable level of borrowing.
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The minister for tourism Dominic Fedee says St Lucia’s tourism figures are trending in the right direction. Speaking to journalists ahead of Tuesday’s sitting of parliament, Fedee says the village tourism thrust will ensure the gains of the industry are felt in the communities.
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