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Press Release:-  The U.S. Embassy to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean, and the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is pleased to announce that a Consular Officer will visit St. Lucia from Tuesday, October 16, to Thursday, October 18, 2018.  The officer will provide U.S. Citizens Services and accept applications for U.S. passports and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad (CRBA).  Unfortunately, we […]

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W.E.B Dubois once said “There is no force equal to a woman determined to rise” and that quote comes to mind when we introduce this month’s #HerStory feature – Mrs. Uraline Alphonse. Hailing from the community of Desruisseaux, she was born into a family of farmers, but like many persons not having the opportunity to ...

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An armed bandit is reported paralysed from the neck down after he and several other accomplices attempted to rob Valley Cold Storage at Cul de Sac. A company source told St Lucia Times that the robbery attempt occurred during high winds and heavy rainfall associated with Tropical Storm Kirk last week Thursday night. According to […]

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(BBC) — A classmate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has accused the judge of lying under oath about “heavy” alcoholic drinking. Charles Ludington said he was “deeply troubled” by Judge Kavanaugh’s “blatant mischaracterisation”. The judge denies drinking to the point of memory loss. The matter forms part of an FBI inquiry into the judge, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Shamrock Sports Club presents the 5th edition of the premiere netball fiesta, Shamfest 2K 18 commencing on Saturday, October 6th, 2018 with the opening ceremony from 2.30 p.m, at the Vigie Sports Complex. Entrepot Secondary v St.Joseph’s Convent Egrets in an under 15 encounter followed by the Shamrock Sports Club v the ...

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Huffington Post:-  St. Mary’s Cathedral in Australia is taking heat for implementing a “tap and go” collection plate. Similar to what you would see at a McDonald’s, these devices allow patrons ? or in this case, parishoners ? to tap their chip-enabled credit cards and pay a certain amount. The Roman Catholic cathedral in Sydney […]

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Mexico News Daily:-  For both cops and robbers, drones can be useful tools. Mexico City police arrested a man this week who used the devices to monitor his targets’ homes and plan his robberies. But it was a miscalculation that put Francisco Alejandro Martínez Segovia, 42, in the hands of the authorities. He was found yesterday inside […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor NEW YORK, USA — In his address to the United Nations and the G-77 at the sideline of the UN General Assembly last week, the foreign minister of Guyana, Carl Greenidge, said that “multilateralism is under attack.” He joined a chorus of world leaders at the UN who […]

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NEW YORK, USA — At the United Nations General Assembly on Friday, Allen Chastanet, prime minister of Saint Lucia, painted a dire picture of the challenges natural hazards pose for small island developing states and middle-income countries, saying that while the international community widely acknowledges them, “little or nothing changes.” “Global policies, programmes and strategies […]

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