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Press Release:–  The Saint Lucia Labour Party is outraged by the consistent oppressive behaviour of the UWP government towards persons who are seeking to make an honest living in Saint Lucia. Equally disturbing is that the SLP has been informed of a decision by the Prime Minister of the country to forcibly remove the vendors who […]

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Press Release:-  In recent days, the Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre at Barnard Hill, has received a number of valuable gifts from leading artists. Mr. Cedric George has donated two of his paintings and a photograph of Dame Sesenne Descartes to the institution which suffered total loss of its library collection and artefacts in a […]

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(PRESS STATEMENT) — The Saint Lucia Labour Party is outraged by the consistent oppressive behaviour of the UWP government towards persons who are seeking to make an honest living in Saint Lucia. Equally disturbing is that the SLP has been informed of a decision by the Prime Minister of the country to forcibly remove the ...

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(SNO) — The St. Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has written to government officials requesting an update, on behalf of their members, on the pending closure of the St. Lucia Marketing Board (SLMB) In one of the two letters — both of which were sent to the media on Thursday — the CSA said it ...

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Veteran cricket commentator, Joseph ‘Reds’ Perreira has said that the ICC needs to be very consistent in its standards, asserting that Caribbean reaction to the way the organisation dealt with fast bowler Shannon Gabriel has been one of surprise. Gabriel has been suspended for the first four One-Day Internationals of the upcoming five-match series against […]

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(SNO) — A teacher from a Castries secondary school who was suspended by the Teaching Service Commission has taken legal action, asking that the decision be reversed. Her attorney, Leevie Herelle, said the commission has never given the reason for its action. He told Choice News that the commission was written to since they did ...

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(SNO) — Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has expressed his “continued support” for law enforcement officers in Saint Lucia, as he acknowledged on social media that police officers, firefighters, ports police officers, correctional officers and representatives of the City Police, have commenced a one-week training session in human rights and social justice. “I wish to express ...

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(ABC NEWS) — It is not just humans seeking love on Valentine’s Day; a new matchmaking app is bringing cows together. United Kingdom farming startup, Hectare Agritech, has created Tudder, a Tinder-style app that helps farmers find breeding matches by viewing pictures of cattle with details of their age, location and owner. When users swipe ...

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Feb 14, CMC – Police are warning party-goers that they could face criminal charges if they continue to follow, very much the lyrics of Grenadian singer, Hollis “Mr Killa” Mapp to “Run With It”. Mapp’s 2019 song for the Carnival celebrations here has literally led to persons virtually picking up anything ...

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