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Former Councillor at the Castries Constituency Council (CCC), Victor Maurice, has been charged in connection in connection with remarks he allegedly made about Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, it has been reported. The offending remarks were allegedly made on Wednesday, May 23, 2018, according to information obtained by St Lucia Times. The remarks are said to […]

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(CMC) – The Dominica government Wednesday announced that it would bestow the island’s highest award on noted historian Dr. Lennox Honychurch. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said that Honychurch 65, has made a tremendous contribution to the socio-economic development of the country, having served also as a parliamentarian and involved in the talks that led to ...

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(CMC) – The Guyana government Wednesday distanced itself from the late payment of salaries to members of the joint ad protective services, saying that the submission of inaccurate information was to blame for the situation. Finance Minister Winston Jordan dismissed suggestions that the delay was due to unavailable finances, noting that the Ministry of Public ...

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Press Release- Ministry of Youth Development & Sports- Youth Olympic Games  women’s 100 metre  silver medalist Julien Alfred  returned  home over the weekend to a hero’s welcome  put on by the Saint Lucia Olympic Committee Incorporated and the Department of  Youth Development and Sports.   Alfred and the other members of the  team were met on the tarmac of …
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(THE GUARDIAN) – Apple and Samsung are being fined €10m and €5m respectively in Italy for the “planned obsolescence” of their smartphones. An investigation launched in January by the nation’s competition authority found that certain smartphone software updates had a negative effect on the performance of the devices. Believed to be the first ruling of ...

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Press Release- On Saturday October 20th Saint Lucia Amateau Swimming Association met with The Longvilliers Club of Martinique to sign a Memorandum of Understanding. Present from Martinique was President Robert Marajo of the Longvilliers Club, VP Michael Rose and coaches Christian Sufrin and Jn Michel Sufrin. Also present was Permanet Secretary of Youth Development and Sport Donovan …
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(THE GUARDIAN) – A new development in fibre optics could make internet speeds up to 100 times faster – by detecting light that has been twisted into a spiral. The research, published in the journal Nature Communications, can be used to easily upgrade existing networks and significantly boost efficiency, scientists say. Fibre optic cables use ...

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(THE GUARDIAN) – A piece of the United States has been dramatically wiped off the map after an island in Hawaii was washed away by a powerful hurricane. East Island, a remote spit of gravel and sand that sat atop a coral reef, has vanished after having this misfortune to come into contact with Hurricane ...

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The SJC Egrets put on a dominant performance against the Corinth Secondary.  The Egrets scored the highest number of points (47) so far in the Blue Waters Shamfest 2K 18 netball tournament, organized by the Shamrock Sports Club in collaboration with the National Lotteries Authority and the Department of Youth Development and Sports. The final …
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