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A lone gunman robbed members of two Balata, Castries families on Friday morning shortly before 10.00 am. One of the victims, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told St Lucia Times that the incident occurred at a two storey apartment building. According to the victim, the gunman suddenly appeared from behind the house. “He put […]

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Press Release:- Nearly 600 British visitors returned home to the UK from several islands across the Caribbean, on the latest series of repatriation flights organised by the British Government.    The two flights departed from the Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados for London Heathrow, on 3 and 4 June. In the most complex repatriation effort undertaken by […]

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by U.S. Ambassador Linda S. Taglialatela Nobel Laureate Derek Walcott wrote, “The sea is history.”  Scientific theory holds that life on earth began shortly after the formation of the world’s oceans 4.4 billion years ago and may have started there.  Today our oceans remain a lifeline, covering 70 percent of the earth, providing shelter for […]

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The mother of Arnold Joseph says watching the news about the death of George Floyd brings back painful memories of the murder of her own son by Saint Lucia police. “I do not have any answers about why my son got killed,” Joanna Joseph said in a voice note posted on social media Friday. She […]

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Press Release:–  Another anniversary has just landed at our door steps with COVID-19 well in check, to keep our population in a safe environment, while taking a toll on our economy with our Government doing all they can to keep our head above the rising tide of economic turbulence. As we look back from this […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet had warned Saint Lucians to be vigilant and remain prepared amidst the current 2020 Atlantic Hurricane season. Experts predict 19 named storms in 2020. They include three named storms that have already formed Arthur, Bertha and Cristobal. Of those, researchers expect nine to become hurricanes and four to reach major hurricane […]

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OpEd by Daniela Tramacere, European Union Ambassador to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean States, the OECS and CARICOM/CARIFORUM. Today marks 46 years of celebrations of World Environment Day. A global effort and a reminder to people everywhere in the world that their lives, as busy, urban or rural, committed or detached as they may be, are […]

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