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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre has urged his countrymen to gear up for the challenges of the new year. “Let us brace ourselves to be ready for the challenges of the year and strive for a Saint Lucia where less people are poor and will be able to enjoy a better quality of life,” the […]

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West Indies have qualified automatically for next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia, CMC News has reported. Top-ranked Pakistan, India, England, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand are the other automatic qualifiers for next year’s T20 World Cup from October 18 to November 15, CMC said. According to the report, the West Indies booked their […]

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Andrew St Romain declares that ‘God is a good God’ after part of  a coconut tree fell near his house on Rose Hill. “God saved me from that coconut tree falling on my house,” St Romain old St Lucia Times. The Roe Hill resident expressed the view that had the tree fallen on his house, […]

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The drama continues in Guyana following the recent decision by a government MP to support the opposition’s no confidence motion against the coalition administration which had a one seat majority in the 65 seat national assembly. A controversy is now brewing over whether the shock vote by Charrandas Persaud carried the motion and brought down […]

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Prime Minister, Allen Chastanet, has said that he is encouraged by the progress made so far by the country. “Looking ahead I am encouraged by the progress we have made on this journey in Saint Lucia and enthusiastic about what lays ahead for the development of our beautiful island,” he said in a New Year’s […]

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Trinidad and Tobago which ended 2018 with 516 homicides, has recorded its first homicide for 2019, local reports say. According to the Daily Express, the victim is Daniel Mahabir, 55. The Express quoted police as saying that Mahabir was involved in an argument with a man at Concession Drive at around 10.40a.m. During a fight, Mahabir was struck […]

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Rose Hill fire victim, Omer St Rose,  says he was asleep and had to be awakened as a devastating blaze devoured seven wooden houses in the neighbourhood, including his. St Rose recalled that he went to bed about 11.30 p.m on Old Year’s night. He told St Lucia Times that after he fell asleep, his […]

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Castries Central MP, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, has expressed sadness at the devastating Rose Hill fire which occurred after midnight Monday. “I want to empathise with residents for their losses and so early in the New Year, “ the Castries Central MP said. Flood-Beaubrun, who is currently overseas, said she was grateful that there were no injuries […]

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Seven stranded Saint Lucians were rescued at sea in two separate incidents last week, it has been reported. On December 28, 2018, three of the men who said they went fishing in waters off Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, encountered engine trouble and had to be rescued by the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Coast […]

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