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One person was hospitalised following an accident at Vigie, Castries, in the early hours of Sunday morning, emergency officials have reported. According to a Saint Lucia Fire Service spokesman, the accident occurred about 1.15 am on the Vigie stretch where a motor car veered off the roadway. He stated that there were two occupants in […]

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Wanted fugitive Delyan Fontinelle  succumbed to gunshot wounds Sunday morning after being shot by the police, a senior law enforcement official has confirmed. Fontinelle was wanted in connection with a string of offences, the police say. A relative who spoke to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity admitted that Fontinelle did “a lot of […]

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Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen (centre) with Prime Minister Allen Chastanet (left) and Guy Joseph, Minister for Economic Development at the St. Jude reconstruction sod-turning ceremony last week.   In May last year the Saint Lucia Medical and Dental Association (SLMDA) made abundantly clear its opposition to the use of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to fund […]

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The pillar of society is crumbling and dying and we’re afraid of that,” said the Reverend Lazarus Eugene at a press conference this week, also attended by Bishop Thomas Eristhee of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies. “We’re scared for our society!” Their target is a planned LGBTQ Pride Celebration to be held August 23-26.

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Like most countries in the Caribbean, Saint Lucia has suffered more than its fair share of political scandals, from opposition allegations of the government’s misuse of Taiwanese funds to the controversial leasing of acres of the island’s seabed to a notorious American oil speculator — a matter currently pending before the ICSID at great cost to local taxpayers. It is worth underscoring that, despite countless allegations, no local official has appeared before a judge and jury on charges of corruption.

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Jamaica Observer:- TORONTO, CANADA — In what seemed an unprecedented operation, the entire plane load of passengers on Air Canada flight AC 1803 from Kingston, Jamaica, had every piece of their luggage searched and some items confiscated by customs agents at Pearson Toronto International Airport here in Canada. The late-night flight Thursday which had been […]

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Since achieving political independence, Saint Lucia’s diplomatic relations have been firmly established with countries of her choosing, save for Taiwan and China. At Independence, left-leaning politicians tended to favour Communist China (Beijing) whereas the right-leaning ones tended to favour relations with the Republic of China (Taiwan). The main political parties on the island never declared themselves Socialist or Conservative, Left or Right. These labels were attached for convenience.

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Saint Lucia’s opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre, has described as ‘unfortunate’ and ‘not good news for Saint Lucia’, the decision by Virgin Atlantic to scrap flights from London Gatwick to this country come June next year. The United Kingdom is Saint Lucia’s second biggest tourism market. Pierre, a former Tourism Minister, told MBC Television News […]

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