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Saint Lucia’s only gay rights advocacy group United and Strong is not convinced with the ‘science’ referenced by religious, conservative Cabinet Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, on her disapproval of same sex parenting. United and Strong communications officer Bennet Charles criticized the government Minister’s comments and has appealed to the Allen Chastanet led Cabinet make its position …
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Press Release:–  The Government of Saint Lucia, and the Republic of China (Taiwan), earlier this week signed the action plan to commence the project titled “Enhancing the Efficiency of Production and Distribution Supply Chain in the Fruit and Vegetable Sector.” The agreement was signed by Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in Saint Lucia, His […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis has chided Saint Lucia’s Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, over a failure to meet with him. Francis is just back from an official visit to Trinidad and Tobago where he met with five Mayors and that country’s Police Chief, Gary Griffith. “One of the things that struck me – I have been […]

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Massy Stores has withdrawn all types of romaine lettuce from their supermarket shelves, Saint Lucia Times has been reliably informed. The action came as the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) sent out a rare alert advising against consuming romaine lettuce in the second high-profile contamination this year. There has been an outbreak […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  LAWMAKERS yesterday questioned a proposal being put forward by the police to be allowed to detain suspects under anti-organised crime legislation for a week, without charge. The provision would also allow the police to extend this time period up to 14 days by way of a court order. “Investigations into criminal organisations are complex and […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Two of the greatest players in the game’s history have thrown their full support behind West Indies women, in their bid to win the ICC Women’s Twenty20 World Cup on home soil. Sir Viv Richards, who is listed among the top five greatest cricketers of all-time and Clive Lloyd, regarded […]

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Trinidad Guardian:–  Just as a 12-year-old ac­cused was plead­ing guilty to the charge of mis­use of a tele­phone in mak­ing a death threat against Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice, Gary Grif­fith on Sun­day, po­lice of­fi­cers nabbed a 35-year-old man in con­nec­tion with a sec­ond death threat which was made yes­ter­day. In the sec­ond case, the sus­pect threat­ened to […]

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Press Release:-  Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet will lead a delegation to the first United Arab Emirates (UAE) Caribbean Cooperation Forum which takes place in Dubai from Nov. 24 to 26. The aim of the forum is not only to discuss the strategic bilateral relationship but also to find new areas of cooperation and opportunities […]

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