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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has declared in the aftermath of a just-ended visit here of the US Naval Hospital Ship ‘Comfort’, that Saint Lucians looked desperate and broken. In a statement to the media Thursday, party spokesman Moses Jn Baptiste noted that thousands of Saint Lucians had to line up from before day break […]

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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) has called on the Bank of Saint Lucia to review the appointment of Frank Myers as its Chairman. In a statement today, Castries South MP Doctor Ernest Hilaire described Myers as ‘an intensely divisive political person and also a political operative.’ Hilaire’s full statement is reproduced below: The […]

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BBC News:- Thieves stole some of Mahatma Gandhi’s remains on what would have been his 150th birthday, police say. The ashes were taken from a memorial in central India, where they had been kept since 1948 – the year of Gandhi’s assassination by a Hindu extremist. The thieves also scrawled “traitor” in green paint across photographs […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Chief Severin Moncherry has issued an apology to members of the public for massive traffic congestion in the City Thursday. Morning rush hour traffic in Castries slowed to a crawl as a result of the closure of parts of the John Compton Highway to facilitate preparations for the one of the activities […]

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Press Release:- In a sustained drive to strengthen the local hydrometeorological system in Saint Lucia, staff of the Meteorological Services continue to benefit from the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project, DVRP, locally, and through regional training at the Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH), Barbados.   The knowledge and skills acquired will enhance their capabilities to […]

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