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Press Release:– The Saint Lucia Writers Forum will be hosting its Emancipation Panel on Tuesday the 6th of August 2019. The theme we are looking at is 185 year of Emancipation. Are We Really Free? Liberte di Lide (Freedom of The Mind). The panel will feature, Ms. Marva Francois, English teacher at Saint Mary’s College, Eddyison […]

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Press Release:– On Saturday, July 27, 2019, officers attached to the Choiseul Police Station proceeded to Bois Den, Choiseul, in search of Dylan Fontenelle, in connection with Warrants of Arrest in the First Instance (for causing Damage to Property), a Bench Warrant (for the offence of Burglary) and several other reports made against him. The suspect […]

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A police officer has been charged in relation to an assault on a male civilian in Vieux Fort, according to a statement released by the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) Monday. The statement identified the officer as Rayian Clerice, noting that he was charged on Friday, July 26, 2019. He was granted bail on […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor CASTRIES, St Lucia — Virgin Atlantic has announced a review to its global flying programme that will cease flying to Saint Lucia from June 8, 2020 ‘for the foreseeable future’. “The proposed changes mean we will increase flights from London Gatwick to Antigua boosting from three per week to four […]
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By Caribbean News Now contributor ROSEAU, Dominica – Citizenship by Investment (CBI) has been a lifeline for Dominica, a sentiment that prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit expresses frequently. “ The small Caribbean island’s remarkable recovery after hurricane Maria in 2017 would not have been possible” and that  “had it not been for the CBI programme, which […]
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