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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has disclosed that the government of Saint Lucia is making ‘at least’ $1000 a week, from persons caught urinating in public. “Nearly every week now the government is making $1,000 at least, minimum, for people who have been caught urinating and have to go to court and pay,” Francis said. He […]

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NBC News:–  A Colorado man who fought off a mountain lion with his bare hands has come forward to describe what happened when the animal attacked him on a trail earlier this month. Travis Kauffman, 31, said he was running on a scenic trail in the Fort Collins area on the afternoon of Feb. 4, when he […]

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BBC News:–  Schoolchildren across the UK have gone on strike as part of a global campaign calling for action over climate change. Students around the country walked out of school to call on the government to declare a climate emergency and take active steps to tackle the problem. “Save our planet” was the message chanted by […]

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Press Release:-  Throughout the world, Governments face the challenge of delivering sufficient levels of efficient infrastructural investment to support economic growth and enhance the living standards of their citizens. In Saint Lucia, the National Utilities Regulatory Commission (NURC) is an independent, statutory body established by the Government of Saint Lucia to safeguard the promotion of the […]

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Acclaimed Saint Lucian high jumper, Levern Spencer, will be giving back to her Babonneau Community, when she treats 40 seniors from the community to a special lunch. The event, dubbed ‘Levern Treats 40 at 40’ is scheduled for Sunday. Levern’s local Manager, Gregory Dixon, explained that the theme is linked to the observance of Saint Lucia’s […]

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Stabroek News:-  Minister of Social Protection Amna Ally has sued Stabroek News and its Editor-in-Chief over a report on whether she had dual citizenship  even though she had refused to answer the question. On January 15, 2019, amid the concerns that had been raised about dual citizenship following the legal case brought against Charrandass Persaud, Stabroek […]

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(SNO) — Rico Daniel is a long way from the Kaka Bef, but he is blazing a trail for Saint Lucian equestrians. There may be no Independence horse racing in Vieux Fort this year, but if and when the sport of kings does take serious root in fair Helen, a local champion could be astride ...

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LONDON (AP) — When Meghan Markle became engaged to Prince Harry, the American TV star seemed to charm everyone she met. She and Harry toured Britain to adoring crowds, and she pledged to hit the ground running once she officially joined the royal circle. Britain’s rambunctious, royal-obsessed press praised her as something different, a fresh […]

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