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Senator Ubaldus Raymond has joined his cabinet colleagues in touting the Allen Chastanet administration’s financing plan for the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment project.  He says the present approach is the best option for a country trying to rein in debt.
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National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has told reporters here that  the people suspected of involvement in the recent shootings and killings in Saint Lucia are repeat offenders. The minister said they are persons who have previously been arrested for firearm offences, bailed or convicted and are back on the streets doing the very same thing. “I […]

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(SNO) — A Saint Lucian man has been charged in connection with the shooting deaths of a Trinidadian and a Venezuelan last year, according to law enforcement sources. Fernel Sexius, also known as ‘Cookie’, was charged on Thursday afternoon with the murder of Vincente Jose Mendoza Pacheco, 26, of Venezuela and Richie S. Ramdass, 24, of ...

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(SNO) — The government of Saint Lucia is attempting to tackle the dilemma facing banana export to the United Kingdom (UK) and is predicting higher production in the first half of 2019, according to a Ministry of Agriculture press release. On Thursday, December 20, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph, along with ...

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Police Sergeant, Shervon Matthieu, has launched his second book on personal safety, intended to help members of the public protect themselves against crime. It’s part of his ‘Cop Who Cares’ initiative. One thousand copies of Personal Safety Part Two have been printed. The Saint Lucia Civil Service Cooperative Credit Union Ltd sponsored the printing. Sergeant […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Residents of Fostin Development in Piat Grande, Riviere say they couldn’t let another year go by with worsening road conditions and so they came together a few days before Christmas to effect road repairs themselves. This is not the first time the community has organised a koudmain for road repairs. The bitumen, ...

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(SNO) — Two children, ages three and seven, were hospitalised in stable condition for first degree burns and smoke inhalation as a result of a house fire on Upper Victoria Street, Soufriere on Wednesday, Dec. 19, according to sources. The fire broke out around midnight in the mainly concrete house, but it was extinguished by ...

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Fernel Sexius, alias ‘Cookie’ has been charged by the police in connection with the murder of two men on old year’s day last year, St Lucia Times has confirmed. Sexius was charged Thursday afternoon, according to reliable sources. ‘Cookie’ is accused of killing two people, one of whom was Trinidadian national Richie Ramdass, in a […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has expressed the view that Saint Lucia can become the telecommunication hub of the Caribbean with more investments in the sector. Francis made the comments Wednesday at the launch of the Government Island Wide Network (GINET) Wifi in Castries. The initiative  is part of a US$4 million investment within the City of […]

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