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The minister in the ministry of culture Senator Fortuna Belrose, has added her voice to the need for greater control of behavior during carnival. The conduct of revelers will be one of the matters under review during the post mortem of carnival.  
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The St. Lucia Football Association’s Island Cup kicked off on Saturday with 4 matches. At the La Ressource Playing Field, Anse La Raye and La Clery played to a goalless draw. In the second game, Kenvie Polius from team Dennery led his side to victory against Vieux Fort North with 1 goal in the 85th …
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Two men accused of indecently exposing themselves in the Saint Lucia capital, Castries,  in March this year, were each fined $500 when they appeared in court last week. Law enforcement officials have identified the two as Linus Joseph and Shemric DeMac. According to the law enforcement officials, Joseph was accused of urinating on Carl Crescent […]

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A six year old was among two persons injured in a collision involving two motor cars at Balata Monday morning, emergency officials say. The officials told St Lucia Times that the six year old male and a forty year old man both sustained injuries in the collision near Dornelly’s Inn. According to the officials, the […]

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Press Release:–  Between July 3-5, 2019, IMPACT Justice, a project funded by the Government of Canada under a Contribution Agreement with the UWI, Cave Hill Campus, sponsored a workshop on the preparation of drafting instructions by senior civil servants entitled “Sound Policy for Better Law” in partnership with the Attorney General’s Chambers. The Hon. Attorney […]

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Antigua Observer:– Amid the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s (ECCB’s) continued development of the Eastern Caribbean digital currency (DXCD), the bank’s Governor, Timothy N.J. Antoine, has called on regional governments to adopt a singular data protection regulatory standard. Speaking at a regional media session on Friday, Governor Antoine spoke about the need for such a standard, stating […]

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Press Release:-  The Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public Service, Hon. Allen M. Chastanet has proceeded on vacation leave. Prime Minister Chastanet will return to office on July 31st 2019. During the Prime Minister’s absence, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries, Physical Planning, Natural Resources and Co-operatives, Honourable […]

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By Kendall Elva The debate about whether a costume or the behaviour of a reveler is decent is really a reflection of those who claim to assume high positions on the moral ladder, wanting to impose their values and ways of living on others who just want to express themselves as they see fit. Diversity […]

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