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On Sunday, December 30, 2018 Saint Lucia welcomed the inaugural call of the Zuiderdam at Port Castries. According to the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA), the vessel is the first of the Holland America Line Vista-class ships which started sailing some seventeen years ago. SLTA officials, along with representatives of the Ministry of Tourism, the […]

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Saint Lucia’s Consul General in Martinique, Johanna Salton, has asserted that there is a ‘common misconception’ that Saint Lucians are the ones responsible for a lot of the crimes in Martinique. Salton told St Lucia Times in a telephone interview from the French overseas territory that “the onus is now on us to sensetise the […]

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Jamaican national, Orville Andrew Pernell, has been charged by the police with possession of a .380 pistol and ammunition, law enforcement officials have confirmed. According to the police, Pernell was the driver of a white Suzuki Escudo which a police mobile patrol stopped as the vehicle headed to Castries from Gros Islet. It was reported […]

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Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia Inc is raising funds  to establish a safe house for women and minor children who live in dangerous and volatile situations. The organisation announced in a news release Monday that establishing the safe house is a goal for 2019. Raise Your Voice Inc disclosed that it has launched a fundraising […]

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The prices of LPG have decreased in the latest adjustments announced by the government, while the retail prices of gasoline (unleaded) and diesel remain unchanged. The price of kerosene has gone up. The price adjustments take effect from Monday, December 31, 2018, according to a government release. Th release stated that the adjusted prices are […]

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Guyana police are reported to be closing in on former government MP, Charrandas Persaud, whose backing of a no confidence opposition motion brought down the administration of President David Granger. The  state-owned Guyana Chronicle in a front page article Monday quoted Vice President, Khemraj Ramjattan, as telling a local television show that law enforcement authorities are […]

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Britain’s defence secretary has said that the country could establish new military bases in the Caribbean and Far East after Britain leaves the European Union, the Associated Press (AP) has reported. Gavin Williamson is said to have told the Sunday Telegraph the expansion would be part of a strategy for Britain to become a “true […]

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LIAT has announced that several flights within its network may experience delays due to flow control restrictions. A notice on the  Caribbean airline’s official website on Friday December 21, 2018,  observed that V.C. Bird International Airport  in Antigua has implemented a Flow Control Restriction from December 2018 to March 2019. “One of the major aspects […]

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Former West Indies batsman, Alvin Isaac Kallicharran ,was among several sports personalities, who were awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in the Queen’s New Year Honours list, according to news reports. The former WestfIndies player was honoured for his contribution to cricket. The Guyanese-born batsman would now be entitled to attach the letters “BEM” to […]

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