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The weekend of October 12-13 saw Rodney Heights Aquatic Centre come alive with excitement as the Seajays Swim Club hosted the Capri-Sun Short Course National Swim Championship. The Short Course National Swim Championship is a pivotal meet as not only is it the first meet of the swim year, but it also serves as the time trial for the selection of the Saint Lucia OECS Swim Team.

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The Guardian Group joined forces with the police Saturday in cleaning up and clearing away bush in some areas of Soufriere, in a bid to discourage crime. The organisers told St Lucia Times that although there was not a big turnout, mostly members of the Guardian Group being present, they were able to target an […]

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Jallim Eudovic's successful career as a sculptor has taken him to several countries far away from home where his work is highly acclaimed. But minutes into a conversation, he will tell you his father and his art remain his life’s biggest influences. During a recent sit-down with the STAR, he said: "I was born in an art studio, wanting to become an artist. My father Vincent Joseph Eudovic, who’s one of the most prominent sculptors in the Caribbean, trained my siblings and me but thankfully without kid gloves. We were trained as proper artists."

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Jallim Eudovic's successful career as a sculptor has taken him to several countries far away from home where his work is highly acclaimed. But minutes into a conversation, he will tell you his father and his art remain his life’s biggest influences. During a recent sit-down with the STAR, he said: "I was born in an art studio, wanting to become an artist. My father Vincent Joseph Eudovic, who’s one of the most prominent sculptors in the Caribbean, trained my siblings and me but thankfully without kid gloves. We were trained as proper artists."

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Saint Lucia’s tourism officials were in a celebratory mood on Monday as they announced that the island has recorded its “best August ever”. Based on figures provided by the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA), a total of 36,342 tourists visited the island in August, the most ever recorded in this month. Commenting on the achievement, tourism minister Dominic Fedee declared that it was a clear indication that their programmes, policies and events are resonating and gaining traction with consumers, both in the region and internationally. Looking ahead to the approaching winter season, he expressed confidence that the sector will continue to grow.

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Press Release:– The Make It Happen Foundation continues to try to make a difference in the lives and working conditions of police and fire officers island-wide.   Founded by Mrs Raquel Du Boulay-Chastanet, wife of Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet, since its inception, the foundation has been devoted to helping police officers and fire fighters by […]

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When the United Nations 2020-2021 term begins, St. Vincent and the Grenadines will make history in several ways. For the nation of just over 100,000, it will be the first time it has sat on the UN Security Council. Its election in June of this year is also historic as St. Vincent is the smallest nation in population to be elected to the Security Council. These facts are rightfully now points of pride for the country’s citizens.

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As of October 2019, the inmate count at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) stands at 503, of which thirteen are female. 312 inmates are on remand (charged with an offence but the court case has not been finalised). In an interview with the STAR last week, newly appointed BCF Director Hilary Herman, in addressing prisoner rehabilitation, said he believes that inmates should be allowed to vote in the country’s general election.

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Press Release:– The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission (ECSRC) has received approval from the ECCB Monetary Council to enact a newly redrafted Securities Bill and a new ECCU Investment Funds Bill. The newly drafted Securities Bill, which will replace the Securities Act 2001, marks a milestone for the Commission as there have not been any major […]

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