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Newswire:–  Bad news for those who’ve been chugging diet sodas under the belief that they’re healthier than regular sodas. CNN reports that a new study from no less an authority than the American Heart Association says that “Drinking two or more of any kind of artificially sweetened drinks a day is linked to an increased risk of clot-based strokes, […]

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Asserting that Saint Lucia is the best country in the world, Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, has lamented that Saint Lucians are famous for dragging themselves down. “I am not saying we should suppress news or information – I will fight with my life for us to have a free press in Saint Lucia,” Francis told […]

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(SNO) — A person claiming to be one of the passengers who was stranded at the Hewannora International Airport in Vieux Fort recently, is blaming British Airways (BA), and not the shortage of hotel rooms in Saint Lucia, as the reason for the incident. The Sun newspaper reported that dozens of BA passengers were forced ...

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(BBC) — Five people have been killed and several others injured after a gunman opened fire at an industrial park in Illinois, police say. The gunman was also killed, a police spokesman said. He added that the injured included five police officers. The attack on Friday took place in Aurora, a suburb about 40 miles ...

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Sky News:-  UK-born rapper 21 Savage was held at a US detention centre so that the Trump administration could send a message on immigration, his lawyer has claimed. The federal government’s immigration policies had been “pretty debilitating”, Dina LaPolt alleged. “And I think that, you know, they look for ways to make examples of people,” she […]

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Press Release:–  The St. Lucia Development Bank has agreed to support the Chamber in hosting a Business Continuity Planning Workshop for the Business Community. The Workshop will take place on Tuesday, 19th and Wednesday 20th February 2019 at the Kreole Conference Room; Coco Palm Resorts. The Saint Lucia Development Bank, recognizing the great value such a […]

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Press Release:–  The Sandals Foundation is reinforcing its pledge to youth development in St. Lucia, this time with the continuation of its sponsorship of the Tigers InFLOW Academy which is set to provide free weekly tennis lessons to over 390 students from nine primary schools in Castries this year. Since its inception in 2008, the program […]

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The President of the National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) believes that bus drivers can expect more attacks by criminals, since there is a perception that the drivers ‘always have money’. Godfrey Ferdinand spoke against the backdrop of recent robberies targetting bus drivers, the latest occurring earlier this week in which a Babonneau bus operator […]

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