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Lucian Blue Ocean Seafoods Inc, the recently formed private company that assumed operations of the Fish Marketing Corporation (FMC) in April, has been operating the entity without a final lease agreement. This week, the company’s managing director, Mr. Hilary Herman, said negotiations have been bouncing back and forth but he is hopeful matters will be finalised shortly.

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Rum producers from around the region have announced plans to introduce new labels in domestic and regional markets. The labels will contain visual guides against drinking and driving, underage consumption and drinking during pregnancy. The disclosure came in a release from the West Indies Rum & Spirits Producers’ Association (WIRSPA). The release quoted Raphael Grisoni, […]

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Glen Gabriel, the driver of the vehicle involved in last month’s fatal police shooting of a 17-year-old near the intersection of the Chaussee and La Pansee roads, appeared before traffic court on Tuesday. He has been charged with several counts of traffic violations.

The post POLICE SHOOT THEMSELVES IN THE FOOT WITH CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS OF TEEN SHOOTING! appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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The Caribbean Court of Justice handed down a ruling on June 18 that was hugely consequential for a number of reasons but especially for the future of the current Guyanese government, its burgeoning oil industry, and for the perception of the CCJ in Guyana and the wider Caribbean. As a result of the decision, Guyana is now set to have an election. How the nation got to this point via the CCJ ruling, and what long-term implications the court’s role in this matter played, are important considerations for all Guyanese, and the Caribbean family at large. So let’s look in-depth at the ins and outs of the June 18 verdict.

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By Therold Prudent: My life has always been one of adversity, challenges, and triumph. At the age of seven, I was involved in a vehicular accident and left for dead near the edge of the Gros Islet–Castries Highway. In the years thereafter, I faced numerous physical challenges arising from the accident; however, I finally recovered […]

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Press Release:– When the Sandals Foundation brought their highly successful benefit concert, Vibes on the Island, to St. Lucia in June last year, the goal was to raise enough funds to undertake major upgrading work at two St. Lucian not- for-profit organizations – Faces of Cancer and the Salvation Army Child Care Centre. Now, a year […]

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We want to know: Are you satisfied by the effort put in by St. Lucia to become The University of the West Indies’ 4th campus territory? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or whatsapp to 584-4HTS. …
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