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The Allen Chastanet administration has been on the front foot of late, with last week’s employment numbers from the department of statistics showing a significant drop in the number of job-less persons. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet was the guest on Radio 100 talk show that makes me mad. The Prime Minister says that …
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St. Lucia is reeling from the effects of a prolonged dry period. The drought has left the supply of water at the Water and Sewage Company’s dams at a very low level. The dry condition has led WASCO to devise new strategies to copy with the new challenges.  
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(PRESS RELEASE) — The government of Saint Lucia extends condolences to the government and people of Jamaica following the sad news today of the passing of the Most Honourable Edward Phillip George Seaga, the fifth prime minister of Jamaica. “It is with great sadness that the Caribbean region received the news about the Most Honourable ...

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DUBLIN, Ireland — Stacy Ann King starred with both bat and ball as the West Indies women defeated Ireland women by 45 runs in the second match of the Hanley Energy T20 International series at the Pembroke Cricket Club in Dublin, when they defended 157/6 (20 overs) to Ireland’s 112/6 (20 overs). Stafanie Taylor won ...

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BRISTOL, England – West Indies captain Jason Holder spoke to members of the media following a brilliant performance against New Zealand in the second official warm-up match ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup. West Indies were asked to bat first and made 421 on a superb batting surface at the County Ground in Bristol. ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Shivnarine Chanderpaul has debunked claims in an online article, which reported he died on Tuesday morning following a vehicular accident “at the Toronto Mall” Monday night. The article, titled ‘Man knocked down by vehicle in Toronto identified as Guyanese cricketer Shivnarine Chanderpaul’, appeared on www.cbtvn.com. It claimed Chanderpaul was knocked down ...

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