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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has extended condolences on the death of a Micoud resident who was reported to have been shot during an armed robbery during the wee hours of Saturday morning. The deceased was identified as Mathurin Dornelly, alias ‘Kraffi’. Residents of the community told St Lucia Times that he was 66 years old. “It […]

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The Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis on Saturday called for residents in the northern islands to evacuate immediately. “To those of you in the Cays and Grand Bahamas, I beg you, please leave,” Minnis said. “(The storm) is expected to cause devastating effects to our island.” “If you wait until tonight, it will be too […]

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St. Johns Antigua, August 30, 2019 – St. Lucia easily defeated St. Kitts/Nevis in straight sets (25 -10, 25-9 and 25 -11) in their final match of pool play in the ECVA Male U21 competition. This was St. Lucia’s third straight victory. The rookies of the tournament found it difficult to string points together while […]

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The excited bodies stretched over the railing at the front of the stage tried in vain to touch Tarrus Riley as the headliner skipped across the hot platform during the second show at this year’s Roots & Soul Festival. The “conscious” Rastaman belted out a string of Caribbean favourites, including ever popular “She’s Royal,” and the reggae version of Michael Jackson’s “Human Nature”—to the delight of attendant Looshans. The more he delivered, the more the sing-along audience screamed for more. At every opportunity he recited the Rastafarian canticle “Who Jah bless, no man curse”—which the crowd loved.

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Religious leaders from the Pentecostal, Methodist and Seventh Day Adventist churches in Saint Lucia made no bones about it: they would not support the hosting of the August 23-26 “un-Godly” LGBT Pride Celebration. At a press conference on the opening day, the organisers brushed off the criticism and promised the show would go on, regardless. That same day the group held a panel discussion at Bay Gardens Hotel. The topic: “Then and Now, Youth Engagement on the Meaning of Pride Beyond Sexual Orientation”.

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