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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, asserting that it was an ‘awesome pleasure’ to  to meet the ‘more than enthusiastic’ crowd for this country’s first ever world class horse races, has declared that the best is yet to come. The races were held at the Royal Saint Lucia Turf Club in Vieux Fort on Friday. They culminated […]

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Welcome to the community Jump Centre here at the Patricia D James, formerly the Vide Bouteille, Secondary School here in La Clery. We are honoured to be here today and this week is really a big, big step for the sport of pole vaulting in Saint Lucia, and really a step forward, I believe, for the sport within the Caribbean region as a whole.”

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) — While many may see the recent fiasco on social media with the two Berbician sisters, Tina and Mona Ramsew, as intolerant, many may have missed the underlying issues that resulted in their behaviour. On Friday, the two sisters and their family met with Minister within the Ministry of the Presidency with responsibility ...

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The Babonneau Multi-Purpose Centre on Monday was the final stomping ground on the public consultation drive by Saint Lucia’s Cannabis Commission. Kicking off last month, earlier stops were made in Castries, Dennery, Soufriere, Vieux Fort, Anse La Raye and Gros Islet. Much like the first public meeting on November 26, just about twenty people showed up for the Babonneau meeting.

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Onlookers watched seemingly perplexed as parliamentarian after parliamentarian poured out of the Parliament Building on Tuesday morning and headed down the Laborie Street sidewalk. Little did they know the MPs were about to embark on a walk to the NIC building on the waterfront and back. Neither did the gathered gawkers know that for once they were witnessing a local march for a good cause.

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Since my last contribution to this paper I have focused on other writings, albeit in small irregular doses. There are, however, two recent incidents which I’ve decided to record from my vantage point. The first is the destruction by fire of the Adjodha Building, better known as the Gaiety, on William Peter Boulevard in Castries. I was one of three students from St. Mary’s College invited by Mr. Dunstan St. Omer (later Sir Dunstan), our art teacher, to help him paint the scenic murals on the inside walls of the Gaiety. The second student was Victor Burton but, for the life of me, I can’t recall who was the third.

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(SNO) — A video of a bloodied man with gruesome chop wounds has been circulating on social media. And the victim has been identified. A Saint Lucia Fire Service official told St. Lucia News Online on Saturday that the man in the video is 43-year-old Ryan Alphred, who sustained a severed left wrist and lacerations ...

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