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The Consumer Affairs Department is urging citizens to shop wisely during the festive season and be responsible in the way they spend their money. The Department has advised that shoppers make a shopping list beforehand and adhere to a budget. Information Officer, Merlicia Williams-Davy, has said that consumers should inspect all goods before buying them […]

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The recent upsurge in violent crime and the frequency of road accidents are taking a toll on this country’s health services, the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Wellness, Felix St Hill, has disclosed. St Hill told St Lucia Times that pressure is being brought to bear on the health facilities in the […]

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(CMC) – The Trinidad and Tobago government complaining that the country has been in an “analysis paralysis” Tuesday announced plans to introduce legislation to decriminalise the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi told the Senate that the time had come to debate the issue as several Caribbean countries have been contemplating ...

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Quick action by the police Monday night resulted in the arrest of three men, after a report was made that masked men were seen in a white Suzuki Grand Vitara. A senior law enforcement official told St Lucia Times that on Monday night, a special police traffic patrol on Bridge Street was approached by a […]

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(SNO) — A call to end prayer at schools and other public events in Saint Lucia has sparked debate as to whether the idea is actually a good one. The argument was put forth by local musician and educator, Jason Joseph, that in this day and age, one cannot force only Christianity down people’s throat. ...

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(SNO) — The $167-million OKEU Hospital is expected to be opened in the early part of the first quarter of 2019 and Victoria Hospital (VH) staff are in the process of transitioning to the new facility. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health Felix St. Hill said the process of relocating the lab, the morgue ...

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