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Saint Lucians appear to be letting their guard down in the face of the very deadly Covid-19 pandemic. There have been reports of increased socializing and unauthorized motorized traffic during curfew hours during the past two weeks. One disturbing incident has caught the attention of the authorities-a river lime in the community of Anse La …
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Public health officials have raised red flags over reports of people entering the country with unofficial channels. The renewed concern comes as Saint Lucia records another case of the covid-19 virus on the weekend. This is the third new case in less than week, prompting questions over whether the government will impose stricter measures to …
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Prime minister Allen Chastanet says nothing can replace the tourism product. Chastanet notes that in the interim while the island looks to build back the tourism sector, other industries must now play a critical role in sustaining the economy through the covid-19 pandemic. He is spearheading an OECS committee to re-energize the sector by June …
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Police arrested two females Sunday night at Praslin for possession of 359 pounds of ganja in a vehicle with a pass from the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), it has been reported. The ganja was discovered in a Suzuki Dzire about 8.45 pm, police say. Saint Lucia is currently under a 5.00 am to 7.00 […]

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At a press briefing on July 30, 2019 Commerce Minister Bradley Felix — the Saint Lucia government’s point man on cannabis — announced the formation of a Cannabis Commission, mandated to: “Consult and provide advice on the design of a legislative and regulatory framework for cannabis.” The commission is made of representatives from the ministries […]

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The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) has put job layoffs that were to take effect  on May 1, 2020, on hold. Confirmation came from Castries Mayor Peterson Francis. The cash-strapped CCC announced last week that it would be laying off its employees for a three month period. “The government is looking at ways it can preserve […]

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Declaring that “a life lost is too many,” Infrastructure Minister Stephenson King at last week’s House of Assembly sitting, provided insight into his department’s efforts towards improving road safety in Saint Lucia. Ever since joining the department, King said he has insisted that building infrastructure without taking care of the safety of people is unacceptable. […]

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Barbados, May 4, 2020 (CDEMA) – Through a tangible demonstration of commitment towards the fight against COVID-19 in the region, the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions (CCCU), the apex regional association for Credit Unions through its Foundation donated US$ 25,000 towards CDEMA’s regional logistical operations for the COVID-19 response to  its member countries. “Many of our credit union members […]

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Barbados, May 4, 2020 (CDEMA) – Through a tangible demonstration of commitment towards the fight against COVID-19 in the region, the Caribbean Confederation of …

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