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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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(SNO) — Castries East Member of Parliament Philip J, Pierre has condemned the burglary and the vandalizing of the Marchand Community Center, saying it is a bizarre thing that gives the Saint Lucian society a bad name. “So it is an action that I outrightly condemn and I want to say to the people who ...

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(SNO) — It appears that Saint Lucia Labour Party parliamentarians are not 100 percent happy with a customary $10,000 ‘Christmas stimulus’ and the time it was sent to their constituency by the government. Castries East Member of Parliament (MP) and Opposition Leade rPhilip J Pierre believes the amount is too small and Castries East is ...

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(CMC) – The police in the northern parish of St. Ann are investigating the death of a man who turned up at a gas station on Wednesday. The police report that Kevin Mechado, 34, a United States resident, drove up to the gas station in the community of Mammee Bay about 1:00 am (local time) ...

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Every year at Christmas time, family and friends share food, drink, and companionship. But not every citizen is so privileged as to enjoy seasonal cheer, and for some such citizens, Saint Lucia and the Caribbean’s leading telecommunications service provider was able to step in and help them get, literally, a taste of the festive period.  […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Mayor of Castries, His Worship Peterson D. Francis has welcomed the digital age with free public Wi-Fi within Castries. The initiative, part of the Government Island Wide Network (GINET) Wi-Fi, was launched on Wednesday December 19, 2018 at Constitution Park and is part of a US$4 million investment within the City of ...

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(SNO) — The Police Welfare Association (PWA) has cut ties with the Trade Union Federation (TUF) saying the interest of its members are served better outside the organization. President of the PWA, Travis Chicot, said while there is no bad blood between the PWA and the TUF, members thought it fitting for the PWA to ...

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Two children sustained first degree burns in a fire on Upper Victoria Street, Soufriere on Wednesday, according to emergency officials. According to information, the fire occurred in the basement of a wall structure about midnight and was put out by neighbours before  firefighters arrived. The three year old is reported to have sustained first degree […]

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