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Citizens and political leaders seem at a loss what to do about crime in Saint Lucia. This week the Castries South opposition MP added to the confusion when he revealed at a town-hall meeting that crime “has gotten so bad that they, from what I am told, they are saying to people not to say how many homicides anymore.”

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The Saint Lucia Fire Service is advocating an early alarm system for businesses after Thursday’s Castries fire. The fire gutted the Adjodha building in the William Peter Boulevard which housed  the Voyager Variety Store. According to Assistant Divisional Officer David Antoine, the issue of an early alarm system is a discussion that the fire service […]

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By the smoking sea, where Christ walked, I asked, why Should a man wax tears, when his wooden world fails?” So asked Derek Walcott in “A City’s Death By Fire”, inspired by the 1948 Castries fire that abruptly left over 2,000 residents homeless, to say nothing of the government offices and private sector businesses reduced to ashes. While this historic event may have been the most devastating, the capital has a well documented association with fires, dating back to the 1700s. In 1927 most of the capital was brought down by flames of uncertain origin. Fires continue to plague Castries on a regular basis, albeit small.

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Press Release:- Saint Lucia’s Minister for Health and Wellness and Board Member for the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) Constituency of the Global Fund Board Senator, the Honorable Mary Isaac recently attended the 42nd Board Meeting of the Global Fund Board in Geneva, Switzerland from November 14 to 15, 2019. On behalf of Latin America […]

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As if the original declaration by a high ranking law enforcement officer were not sufficiently depressing, this week the prime minister grabbed his first opportunity to endorse what media personnel had been told a few days earlier: that the current crime situation is without precedent. The police statement was far from factual. But even if it were valid, it would also be an unspoken admission that the officer in question, along with his fellow protectors of our lives and property—the prime minister too—had let the nation down in the worst way.

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Press Release:-  The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy informs the motoring and pedestrian public of the start of the second and final phase of the Sandals to Choc Road Widening Project on Saturday November 23, 2019.  These finishing works which include Milling and Asphalting are schedule to be complete in eight days. All works will […]

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November 22nd marked the annual observance of St. Cecilia’s day – the feast of musicians and the annual street concert hosted by Steve’s barber shop was one of the highlights of activities in the city centre. The feast of St. Cecilia serves a two fold purpose for roman Catholics. It signals the start of the …
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