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Press Release:–  Today marks the seventy-second (72) anniversary of the most devastating fire which occurred on our island, St. Lucia. On June 19, 1948, a fire swept through the city walls of Castries destroying seventy-five percent (75%) the business center of the country, leaving approximately two thousand (2000) people homeless. To this day, no one […]

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‘Legendary’ Attorney at Law, Kenneth Foster, QC,  died at his home at Bishop’s Gap, Castries, on Thursday. Family members who confirmed the death told St Lucia Times that the trail blazing legal luminary had been ailing for some time. Kenneth Augustus Hermas Foster was 89, they said. He qualified as an Attorney in 1957. Foster […]

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LONDON (Reuters) – British financial institutions that benefited from slavery such as Lloyd’s of London should go further than saying sorry for their role in the Atlantic slave trade and atone for their sins by funding Caribbean development, the region’s countries said. More than 10 million Africans were shackled into the Atlantic slave trade by […]

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Education officials in Saint Lucia are expecting that there will be a safe re-opening of school in September, 2020, for all students. But they say it all depends on the advice of the Ministry of Health and the Chief Medical Officer. “We are praying and hoping that with all of our protocols in place, with […]

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President of the police welfare association Travis Chicot has welcomed national security minister Hermangild Francis’ declaration that Impacs will be addressed before the next poll. The head of the PWA says the long overdue conclusion of the investigation has been detrimental to morale.
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Economic development minister Guy Joseph has declared that the incumbent united workers party is prepared for the next general election. The Castries south east mp who is not convinced that electioneering is underway believes the ruling party has delivered on its campaign promises.
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BBC News:– The US Supreme Court has ruled against President Donald Trump’s bid to end a major programme that protects young immigrants from deportation. The justices upheld lower court rulings that found his move to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) was “unlawful”. It protects “Dreamers”, about 650,000 young people who entered the US without […]

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