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An inmate at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) brought down the house at the Clendon Mason Secondary School Thursday with a motivating address to students. Remy Nelson, who is serving 8 years in prison, was invited to speak to the youngsters at the school’s award ceremony for outstanding students. According to the Vice Principal, Stephen […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – The World Health Organisation (WHO) has removed its Zika virus country classification scheme from countries in the region. The scheme had categorized most of the Caribbean territories as having active Zika virus transmission. This removal of the mosquito borne virus by the WHO comes on the heels of data released by […]

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On Thursday October 18th, Saint Lucian credit unions joined the world in celebrating 70 years of continuous observation of International Credit Union Day. The day celebrates the movement’s history and promotes its achievements. The 2018 theme is “Find your platinum lining in credit unions”.
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Incensed residents of Vieux-Fort north are demanding that the government reconsiders the la resource closure. They say their lives will be greatly affected. Officials of the infrastructure ministry met with residents this week, to discuss an alternate route. The road will facilitate the continuation of the controversial DSH horse-racing track and envelope the current road.
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The mother of Dallas police shooting victim Botham Jean has been declared as a ‘Woman of Grace’ by one of the world’s most celebrated houses of worship. Allison Jean was honored by internationally renowned bishop T.D. Jakes and his wife Serita, at a moving ceremony in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday night. In a stirring tribute, …
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The St. Lucia archeological & historical society is calling for year-round celebration of the creole heritage and culture. The newly revamped organisation has been stepping up its advocacy and executive members say the next move will involve establishing the society’s secretariat at a local site of historical interest.
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Saint Lucia’s CIP has responded to an apparent crackdown on global residency or citizenship programs led by European think tank – The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development [OECD]. CEO of Saint Lucia CIP Nestor Alfred says the OECD is attempting to ensure so-called ‘golden passport’ holders pay up their fair share of taxes by …
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Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Doctor Ubaldus Raymond, has criticised Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) leader, Philip J. Pierre, asserting that Pierre is taking credit for positive projections regarding the national economy. “This is just laughable,” Raymond declared Thursday. He told reporters he does not know who is advising Pierre, who is also leader […]

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