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The St. Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority in collaboration with the Environmental Health Division in the Ministry of Health and Wellness has embarked on the removal of 364 derelict vehicles from the islands roadways. 81 vehicles or 29% have since been removed. A call is being made for greater participation and cooperation from vehicle owners. […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – St. Lucian football, especially youth football has established a pattern of consistent and holistic augmentation over the past few years. This is epitomized by the unprecedented levels of success which the national junior teams have achieved and to which they are now becoming well accustomed. The strides made by our football have ...

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By Caribbean News Now contributor PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad — Trinidad and Tobago chief justice, Ivor Archie, has rejected “recycled innuendos” published in local media as false and representing an attempt to “hound him out of office”. On Sunday, the Trinidad Express reported explosive new claims that criminal elements in Trinidad have bragged about having […]

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LONDON, England (CNS) — Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) stated in submissions to the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee that it believes the current balance of power between the UK and its overseas territories (OTs) is broadly the right one. The document, submitted ahead of this week’s hearings by the committee reviewing […]

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BASSETERRE, St Kitts — The Team Unity coalition government in St Kitts and Nevis was elected on February 16, 2015, and therefore passed its half-way mark in February of this year. As a result, there is considerable public interest in the extent to which the government has gained or lost support, as well as the […]

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