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On the evening of, Friday December 14, the Saint Lucia Consulate in Martinique hosted a fundraiser ball in the quaint town of Trois-Îlet known as the birthplace of Joséphine, Napoléon Bonaparte’s first wife. All proceeds raised will be used for the Marine Unit of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force. This event was the first […]

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(SNO) — Chief Executive Officer of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association, Noorani Azeez, is lamenting the high cost of doing business on the island, saying it is a very challenging task. He was speaking against the background of the abrupt closure of Blu Hotel recently. “We continue to lament the high cost of ...

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Buju Banton’s first major performance will be held on March 16 at National Stadium in St Andrew, local news reports say. Ronnie Tomlinson, publicist for the Grammy-winning deejay, confirmed the date with the Jamaica Observer Tuesday. The publicist was quoted by the newspaper as noting that tickets will go on sale as early as January 16 — […]

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Two brothers are currently on remand in connection with separate charges of sex with minors in the South of Saint Lucia, a source familiar with the cases has disclosed. One of the brothers was recaptured recently after escaping from police when he accompanied the law enforcement officers to the scene where the offence was reported […]

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A Montana woman said a $50,000 winning lottery ticket she intended to throw away was rescued by her brother, according to local news reports. Virginia Busko-Gewald said  she was inspired by her brother’s lottery-playing hobby to pick up a Powerball ticket at the Great Falls Albertsons. Busko-Gewald, who doesn’t often play the lottery, said she […]

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Three men were killed in a shootout with Trinidad and Tobago police, including an individual identified as murder accused, Teddy Singh, local reports say. The Trinidad Express reported that about 11. am Tuesday, police got information about the location of the accused, who had escaped custody. According to the publication,  Northern Division Task Force offices […]

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(CMC) – Prominent local conservationist and political activist, Athie Martin, was released on EC$7,500 (One EC dollar=US$0.37 cents) bail Tuesday after he was charged with incitement to block a public road during a protest march the police said was illegal. He will re-appear in court on April 1 next year. Martin, a former agriculture minister, ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — A pest which has been found to be a major reservoir of viral livestock diseases has resurfaced just ahead of the festive season. The Ministry of Agriculture Surveillance Team has sounded the alarm due to the reappearance of the Amblyomma Tick, also known as the Tropical Bond Tick. Veterinary Officer, Dr. Sharmine Melville-Edwin ...

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Transport and Civil Aviation Minister Guy Joseph is defending the Allen Chastanet administration’s approach to the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment project. While the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has expressed concern about oversight, he says the mega project will be financed in a manner that ensures state ownership from the onset.
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Local officials are expressing concern over the reappearance here of the  Amblyomma Tick, also known as the Tropical Bond Tick. As a result, they are appealing to farmers to join them in the quest to combat the pest. Veterinary Officer, Dr. Sharmine Melville-Edwin, has disclosed that the tick has an affinity for cattle as its host species. […]

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