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The Ministry of Infrastructure is committed to cutting down on the number of road fatalities, and so, launched the Road Safety Assessment for the Millennium Highway and west coast road.  
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Saint Lucia joined Caribbean and Latin American nations in testing the region’s tsunami warning and detection systems. On Thursday, the countries participated in a massive tsunami drill, referred to as Carib-wave 2019. The exercise tested the efficiency of communication links, disaster management and at-risk communities.  
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A 51-year-old Castries business-man has Become Saint Lucia’s 6th homicide victim for 2019, after being shot multiple times by armed bandits who raided his business. The incident occurred on Wednesday night near the intersection of Cedars and Water-Works Road Castries. The victim’s grieving wife says it was just after 8:00 pm, when she heard gunshots …
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Trinidad Express:-   Trinidad and Tobago nationals seeking to renew US visas will no longer have to to go through an interview process, once they do it within a year. The decision was announced by the US Ambassador US Ambassador Joseph Mondello during a function in Buccoo, Tobago today. The new process is effective immediately. The […]

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The government of Taiwan has come to the assistance of the victims of  the devastating New Year’s day fire at Rose Hill, Castries. Taiwan’s Ambassador to Saint Lucia, Douglas C.T. Shen, made a donation on March 5 to help support the affected families. According to the Government Information Service (GIS), the donation came through an […]

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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says public comments about LIAT’s latest financial crisis made by participants at last month’s Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Inter-sessional summit in St. Kitts-Nevis have not helped the Antigua-based regional carrier, regional media reports say. It has been reported that the carrier needs US$5.4 million to continue […]

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