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(CMC) – A junior member of Premier Donaldson Romeo’s administration has tendered his resignation from the government as well as the ruling People’s Democratic Movement (PDM) “with immediate effect”. In his October 9 letter, Gregory Willock, the parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports and Culture, said that he was disappointed that Premier ...

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Press Release:–  Invest Saint Lucia has made a donation of EC $15,000 in support of the Junior Achievement Programme (JA). Into its 22nd year in Saint Lucia, the non-profit organisation offers an economic education program that gives primary, secondary, vocational and tertiary-level students practical experience of the operation of businesses in the free enterprise system. Speaking […]

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Press Release:-  The Saint Lucia Labour Party will kick off its 2018 Conference of Delegates on Sunday 14 October at 3.00 p.m. at the Laborie Boys School, under the theme: Mobilize, Organise, Consolidate. In addition to delegates from the seventeen constituencies, the Labour Party Women’s Organization and the Labour Party Youth Organisation, the Open Session is […]

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The Saint Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) has blamed Wednesday morning’s Islandwide power outage on a major fault at the Cul de Sac power station. LUCELEC’s Managing Director, Trevor Louisy, disclosed that the Islandwide shutdown occurred at approximately 9.04 am. He explained that the major internal fault at Cul de Sac tripped three of the […]

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Castries, October 10, 2018 – The island experienced a total electrical system shutdown at approximately 9:04 a.m. on Wednesday, October 10.  The power outage was caused by a major internal fault at the Cul De Sac power station.  The fault initially tripped three of the generators and then the remaining engines, resulting in a total system shutdown.  […]

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Press Release:-  The Republic of China (Taiwan) was praised for its support to developing nations by Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet during an official visit to Taipei. Prime Minister Chastanet also expressed that Saint Lucia and Taiwan face similar challenges on the world stage and the two countries must continue to stand together. The […]

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(Dominica News Online) — Law enforcement officials in the region have been asked by the police in Antigua to be on the lookout for a man who shot three people last week Friday on that island, killing two of them. The Antigua police say Calvin “Burger” James is armed and very dangerous and he may ...

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(CNN) — Ouch! The floodwaters that followed Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina on September 14, have spawned thousands of mega-mosquitoes across the state, according to entomologists. These giants have zebra-striped legs and are two to three times as big as the normal bloodsuckers encountered during summer, said Michael H. Reiskind, an assistant ...

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