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(SNO) — The Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) has accused Prime Minister Allen Chastanet of not speaking the truth in relation to the island’s debt burden. In his new year’s “State of the Nation” address, Chastanet said that one of the major challenges inherited by his administration was “the limited space to borrow money given ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Bay Gardens Resorts has added a fifth property to its collection of hotels in St. Lucia. After opening the 35-room Bay Gardens Marina Haven last summer, the locally owned and operated family of hotels has introduced a private luxury villa vacation rental facility called “Waters Edge”, featuring two villas, surrounded by tropical ...

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Former Saint Lucia High Commissioner in London, Doctor Ernest Hilaire, has said that he is sure British interest in the criminal justice system here will be revived as a result of the death on Sunday of British national, Robert ‘Bob’ Hathaway. Hilaire recalled at a news conference Monday that in the past, there have been […]

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(YAHOO NEWS UK) — Theresa May has been handed a crushing defeat in the crunch vote on her Brexit deal. MPs overwhelmingly rejected the PM’s agreement by 432 votes to 202, the worst defeat suffered by a UK Government. Labour is expected to try and trigger an early general election by tabling a motion of ...

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(SNO) — Two persons close to Saint Lucia’s latest homicide victim, Henry ‘Zizzy’ Calderon of Water Works Road, Castries, said the youth may have been in bad company but he was “someone’s child”. Calderon, who would have celebrated his 22nd birthday on April 28, was shot at Water Works Road on Monday evening (Jan. 14). ...

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has donated 138 wheelchairs and 101 other mobility devices to the National Council for Persons With Disabilities (NCPD). NCPD President, Merphilus James, has invited persons in need of the devices to contact the organization. “In the past, donations of wheelchairs were received and what was happening […]

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(SNO) — The Royal St. Lucia Police Force is taking aim at cold cases with the hope of bringing the perpetrators to justice and closure to the relatives of the victims. Assistance Police Commissioner-Crime, Wayne Charlery, expressed optimism at a recent press conference that results will be positive. “In life there will always be challenges,” ...

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Cricket West Indies (CWI) selection panel today announced the West Indies squad to face England in the first Test match of the much-anticipated Wisden Trophy Series. The selectors have named an exciting squad balancing players who have performed strongly in recent Tests with players who have been recalled or called up for …
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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has asserted that the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) kept pressing ahead despite challenges it encountered. “While faced with several challenges and opposition, we never allowed that to derail us as we seek to better organize  and bring meaningful benefits to our vendors,” Francis declared. He was addressing the launch Monday of […]

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Police have issues releases on the two homicides that have been recorded so far for this year. The latest homicide occurred Monday night on Waterworks Road, Castries. The police have reported that about 9:15 p.m. officers attached to the Criminal Investigation Department in Castries, responded to a report of a shooting in the area. According […]

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