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Press Release:- The 43rd AGM of the Saint Lucia National Trust was held on November 16, and a new Council was sworn in at that meeting. The first meeting of Council was held on November 21, and decided that a press conference should be held to brief the media and the public on where the National […]

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Saint Lucia’s Cannabis Commission on Tuesday hosted the first of six public consultation meetings at the Castries City Hall. Formed in August, the commission is tasked with submitting by the end of the year a report to the government that will provide advice on a legislative and regulatory framework for cannabis. If the number of attendees at Tuesday’s event was any barometer, then it was on a discouraging note that the public consultation kicked off. Only about 20 individuals cared enough to show up.

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A woman who was recorded severely beating a teenager for wearing her shoes has been charged. She was charged on Friday, according to HTS News4orce and has been identified as Tessa Albert. She has been identified as the aunt of the teenager. Footage from the TV station showed Albert in handcuffs and being escorted by ...

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A relocation of the Magistrates Court on Coral Street is currently not on the table. That was the word from Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Tuesday, as he made his way to the day’s House of Assembly sitting. On Monday, parents and teachers from Ave Maria Girls’ Infant School in Castries called for the urgent […]

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A 24 year old man was shot dead in the wee hours of Saturday morning at a dance hall in Bruceville, Vieux Fort, police have confirmed. A senior law enforcement official identified the deceased as Linden George. According to the official, he sustained a single gunshot wound to the head at the Sugar Ray dance […]

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Al Jazeera’s Investigative Unit has discovered the secret sale of diplomatic passports has helped keep some Caribbean politicians in power.” So went Al Jazeera’s tease to its near hour-long documentary that has sent shockwaves throughout Saint Lucia. Upon hearing it, the name Walid Juffali immediately came to mind. But when on Monday night the full documentary aired, it was clear that the main focus would be on Dominica’s diplomatic dalliances with shady foreign characters. Nevertheless, not to be missed was that at the heart of this diplomatic scandal was Saint Lucia’s diplomatic relationship with a Saudi multi-billionaire almost four years ago.

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by Terry Finisterre Saint Lucian icon Earl ‘Ball Hog’ Jean was the Most Valuable Player in the recent Tobago Masters Football Tournament, which he won with his team, ERA Masters. ERA Masters won the over-40 division over Sunday Krew. Although he was beaten for the Golden Boot title by Kevin Oliveira of DEF Masters, Jean […]

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A recent push to develop the Caribbean’s creative industries has seen musicians, artists and film-makers become the face of economic diversification in the region. But there’s one important creative sub-sector that risks being sidelined in the drive to embrace the arts – fashion.

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