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Dear Sir: Although now a senior citizen, I can still recall as a lad growing up on the Lance in Gouyave during the 1940s, ’50s and even the ’60s, when the priest, the teacher and the police were revered members of our society and the local community saw them as national role models. Today, from […]

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Dear Dominican Brothers and Sisters, We, the People’s Party of Dominica, are currently witnessing the most depraved actions of a regime hell bent on clutching onto the last straws of survival. The events of the last 72 hours are indications of, not a political party, but a desperate, despotic cabal. That tyrannical group is lost […]

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Dear Sir: The Trinidad and Tobago Council of Evangelical Churches (TTCEC) fulminates against the move of the LGBT community to seek legislative protection, including under the Equal Opportunity Act (EOA). An article in the Trinidad Guardian, LGBT Community Seeks Legislative Protection, advises of this move. The council is of the view that to offer legislative […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The redevelopment of Saint Lucia’s international airport will get underway very soon. On Tuesday, December 11, 2018, the Parliament of Saint Lucia voted to borrow US$100 million for the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment project. The plan, which is expected to be unveiled in the coming days, will include the construction of a new ...

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(CMC) – Police were continuing their search for a man who reportedly shot and killed a police officer, who along with his common-law wife, were ambushed inside their vehicle. Police said that Constable Modesto Cucul was shot on Thursday while travelling with his common-law wife, Adelita Cal, who was also injured and remains hospitalized at ...

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(SNO) — With the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) moving to digitize some of its courses, Education Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert said some of the island’s technical drawing classrooms will be transformed into what she described as “smart classrooms”. She said this will be part of overall repairs done on schools across the island during the ...

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(CMC) – Information Minister Melford Nicholas says workers at the state-owned Antigua and Barbuda Broadcasting Service (ABS) should be prepared to give “an honest day’s work” even as their strike action over working conditions and payment of overtime is expected to continue on Friday. “I am very firm in my commitment that the government must ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Just before the holidays, Peter & Company Distribution (PCD), has opened a new retail outlet, giving customers a fresh shopping experience here in Saint Lucia. PCD Food Mart opened its doors on December 20, 2018 at the S&S plaza in Bois D’Orange. And, already customers are singing the praises of the outlet. ...

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(SNO) — iNet Sandals Grenades FC have been soaring in Antigua and Barbuda’s Digicel/Red Stripe Premier Division, since adding 25-year-old Saint Lucia international striker, Andrus Remy. The former B1 FC and Marchand centre-forward was the leading scorer earlier this year in the Saint Lucia Football Association (Inc.) Coca-Cola Cup, grabbing six goals in six matches. ...

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The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has praised the police one day after the cops laid charges against Fernel Sexius, alias ‘Cookie’, for the murder here of a Trinidadian and a Venezuelan. The fatal shootings occurred on Old Year’s Day last year. PWA President, Travis Chicot, told St Lucia Times that the case demonstrated the tenacity […]

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