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Disaster resilience in Saint Lucia is being stepped up by the creation of a strategic alliance between the local private sector, the National Disaster office and other regional and international stakeholders to reduce disaster risk and build resilience in the country. On Friday, April 5th, 2019, the National Emergency Management organization, in collaboration with the […]


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To mark the first anniversary of the fire that destroyed its headquarters and all its holdings, the Msgr Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre held a vigil at Mount Pleasant on Monday March 25th at 4.30pm. While the turnout was not as large as expected, the meeting was appreciated by all who had come together on […]

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Trinidad Express:– Police officers who stopped to search suspects on the highway near Claxton Bay this morning, were left there when one of the suspects got into their squad car and drove away. The Emergency Rapid Response Unit vehicle was found abandoned not long after. It was parked along the Old Train Line, St Maragarets Village. […]

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BBC News:- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Instagram account amassed more than one million followers in record-breaking time, Guinness World Records has said. The couple’s official account took five hours and 45 minutes to reach the milestone after its launch on Tuesday. The previous record was held by Korean pop star Kang Daniel, who hit […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Commissioner, Severin Moncherry, has expressed concern amid an ongoing controversy over a bill which, among other things, grants islandwide powers of arrest to the City Police. Other aspects of the bill pertaining to the City Police have been criticised by the Police Welfare Association(PWA) and several police officers who have spoken to […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has hit out at the President of the Police Welfare Association (PWA), Travis Chicot, in the ongoing controversy over a move to grant islandwide powers of arrest to the City Police. Chicot issued a hard-hitting statement Tuesday on the plan, declaring that it was ‘ill advised.’ But in his response to […]

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Press Release:– The Government of Saint Lucia will bestow on Levern Donaline Spencer the title of Official Sports and Youth Ambassador for Saint Lucia. Acting Prime Minister Honourable Ezechiel Joseph made the announcement at a special dinner held in Spencer’s honour on Friday March 29th 2019 at Sandals Grande.   The Acting Prime Minister, who also […]

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Press Release:–  Sandals Resorts International has continued its support of developmental programmes for Saint Lucia’s youths, joining forces once more with the Trevor Daniel Football Development Programme, by contributing XCD$5,000 toward its recent Football Excellence Clinic. The Sandals Football Excellence Clinic was a resounding success, and comprised a total of four clinics which were held […]

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