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The new Chief Executive Officer of the  Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) Inc., is looking forward to an interchange with members at a meeting Tuesday. Davis Joseph told St Lucia Times that the meeting will be held at the office of the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) from 5:00 PM. “There we will […]

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ECADE, the Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality, has urged the Eastern Caribbean to stand up for human rights as the world observes December 10 as Human Rights Day. The organisation however, in a statement to mark the occasion,  said it notes with distress, the continued lack of progress towards achieving justice and equality […]

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The much anticipated knowledge fair – a first for St. Lucia was held on the William Peter Boulevard in Castries on Monday. Day one of the two day activity attracted hundreds of persons who came to see a wide range of products, services and ideas on display. The knowledge fair puts on display St. Lucia’s innovative capabilities …
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The ruling United Workers Party held its 40th convention in Marigot on Sunday. There were no surprises in the leadership of the party, as the life of the previous executive was simply extended for another year. Sunday’s convention was held at the mid-way point in the life of the Allen Chastanet led administration. It was an opportunity for …
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Another feud – this time between family and friends ending in the loss of a young life. The two young men had grown up together in the quiet community of La Ressource, Vieux Fort – they were after all neighbors and close cousins. However, a dispute between the two on Saturday afternoon, resulted in one …
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The practicality of Caribbean unity was weighed heavily on the mind of Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell. He says that the Caribbean unity must be made to work for Caribbean people in a way that impacts their lives positively.
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The top brass of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force has sent is strongest signal to date to residents and the criminal elements. The police commissioner Severin Moncherry and his top team say they will place relentless pressure to curb the recent crime upsurge. Moncherry on Monday characterized the recent rise in criminal activity, as a declaration …
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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com NASSAU, Bahamas — Multiple sexual assault allegations reported in US media are rocking Sandals Resorts International (SRI) – facetiously being re-branded by some observers as “Scandals” Resorts. The new allegations come on the heels of Sandals’ mishandling and attempted cover-up of the norovirus outbreak at its […]

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