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The National A.E:–  A woman is accused of killing her lover then butchering and cooking his remains before serving them to workers, according to Al Ain Public Prosecution. Police said the Moroccan woman was arrested on suspicion of killing her boyfriend of seven years after he told her he planned to marry another from their home […]

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Dear Sir: The Caribbean, like the Latin Americas, has been affected by the cancerous effect of Cuban Marxist-Leninist indoctrination. The Cubans for many decades have tried to convert the whole of the Americas and the Caribbean to their very nasty political system. Training foreign terrorists in both Cuba and on their home soils, they just […]

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Dear Sir: Almost immediately upon assuming office in September 2015, the Keith Rowley-led PNM administration continued its excesses on the controversial Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba. This stadium was originally scheduled to be completed for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. In December 2006, UdeCOTT, which was under the purview of then minister of housing now […]

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 The Debt and Investment Unit in the Department of Finance believes the level of financial literacy in Saint Lucia must be improved significantly to encourage more St. Lucians to take advantage of investment opportunities. The Unit urges opportunities for investment in government bonds and treasury bills with very attractive interest rates. According to the unit, […]

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A Barataria man Monday defended his home against bandits using his cutlass, Trinidad and Tobago Newsday has reported. The publication quoted the police as saying that the man was doing yard work at his 7th Avenue, Malick, Barataria, home at around midday when he saw two men with bandanas over their faces jump over the […]

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The Mayor of Castries, Peterson D. Francis has called for deeper collaboration between Saint Lucia and the French territories. According to a release from his office, Francis has emphasized the significance of stronger relationships based on shared values of sincerity and inclusiveness, and the need to work together to stimulate greater development and diversity. Speaking […]

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The Saint Lucia Social and Economic Labs has brought together over 150 stakeholders from all sectors of the economy to participate  in a  new approach  to develop and deliver the Medium Term Development Strategy for 2019-2022. Senior Public officers from across all ministries, private sector personnel and representatives from civil society organizations converged at the Royalton […]

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