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The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has written to Agriculture Minister, Ezechiel Joseph, requesting a meeting with him to discuss the imminent closure of the Saint Lucia Marketing Board (SLMB). In the February 10, 2019 letter, CSA General Secretary, Clause Paul, said the meeting was also being sought  so that the future of the […]

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(SNO) —  With over 485,000 Instagram followers and almost 220,000 Youtube channel subscribers, Princess Bellaaa is now one of the most popular professional full-time makeup artists in New York City. And she is originally from Dennery village, Saint Lucia. Princess Bellaaa, born Karla Tobie, moved to the United States at an early age and has ...

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Press Release:–  In a ground-breaking event in the history of medical co-operation between Martinique & St. Lucia, the National Trust, Victoria & Tapion Hospitals, as well as the Caribbean Doctors Association, hosted over sixty medical, forestry, and health professionals at the launch of a new protocol for the treatment of snakebite in St. Lucia. Also attending […]

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(NEWS ROOM) — Two of three suspects were arrested in connection with the murder of 53-year-old Rohan ‘Khanhai’ Persaud of Samatta Point, Grove, East Bank Demerara. Persaud’s body was found Wednesday morning at Back Street Grove with a gaping wound to the abdomen. News Room understands that the main suspect Immat ‘Pampey’ Goocool of Grove ...

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(SKN REPORTER) — Six St. Kitts and Nevis youths have been gunned down in as many days as the apparent blood bath continued with three dead in separate incidents in less than 24 hours. Residents woke up Thursday morning to news that two more youths were murdered (Wednesday night and Thursday morning) within seven hours and ...

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(SNO) — Local rights group United and Strong Inc. (UNS) last week met with Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre and discussed, among other things, the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s (SLP) position on the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer or Questioning, and Intersex (LGBTQI) community on the island. The organization said the meeting was part of ...

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(SNO) –Altough they were defiant and appeared resolute in the face of relocation, coconut vendors along the Gros Islet highway seemed to have lost steam in a short-lived protest. HTS is reporting that during a visit to the site on Wednesday, only one vendor was seen in the area which is normally filled and buzzing ...

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(BBC) — Kenya’s High Court has sentenced a senior policeman to death for the murder of a detainee – one of two cases resulting in rare officer convictions. In a separate case, five senior police officers were found responsible for the death of a six-month-old baby hit over the head by riot police. Kenya’s police ...

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Press Release:–  The Saint Lucia Labour Party is outraged by the consistent oppressive behaviour of the UWP government towards persons who are seeking to make an honest living in Saint Lucia. Equally disturbing is that the SLP has been informed of a decision by the Prime Minister of the country to forcibly remove the vendors who […]

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Press Release:-  In recent days, the Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre at Barnard Hill, has received a number of valuable gifts from leading artists. Mr. Cedric George has donated two of his paintings and a photograph of Dame Sesenne Descartes to the institution which suffered total loss of its library collection and artefacts in a […]

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