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Annually the youth and sports department observes April as youth month. This year, the Independence 40 committee, the department of youth development and the St. Lucia National Youth Council, have organized a host of activities to observe the month.  
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A family of four is homeless after a fire gutted their two-storey house in the Diamond area of Soufriere on Monday. Fire officials say they encountered many challenges extinguishing the flames. Those included the vehicles of curious residents blocking access to the home and no available hydrants near the scene, forcing fire officers to make …
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35-year-old Brad Fatal of Independence City is Saint Lucia’s latest road fatality. Fatal was heading to his home at Independence City, Castries, when he collided with a vehicle in the Ravine Chabot community. His grieving mother is appealing to motor-cyclists to wear safety gear and watch their speed on the nation’s roads.  
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[By Colleen Barry via Associated Press -April 1st 2019]:- An 8-meter (26-foot) sperm whale was found dead off Sardinia with 22 kilograms (48.5 pounds) of plastic in its belly, prompting the World Wildlife Foundation to sound an alarm Monday over the dangers of plastic waste in the Mediterranean Sea. The environmental group said the garbage recovered from …
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There have been calls for a police crackdown on motorcyclists who break the law, after a fatal accident Sunday at Ravine Chabot. Brad Fatal, 35, lost his life when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a Coaster. The pillion rider sustained multiple injuries and is currently hospitalised. Both were not wearing helmets at the […]

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Press Release:- Climate change presents the single biggest threat to development. Its widespread, unprecedented impact is already affecting the most vulnerable countries and populations, in particular, the least developed countries and Small Island Developing States like Saint Lucia. In keeping with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals surrounding climate change, the Canaries Chapter of Volunteer Saint […]

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Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has admitted that he ignored advice in hiring an employee of the City Police. “I must say for the record that when we were looking at the appointment of Mr. (Leo) Henry, you know I did seek certain advice,” Francis disclosed. He said he consulted his brother, Saint Lucia’s National Security […]

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