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Press Release:– Minister of Education, Innovation, Gender Relations and Sustainable Development, Hon. Dr. Gale T.C. Rigobert, this week hosted the first Heads of Department meeting for the academic year 2019/2020. The purpose of the meeting was to outline the ministry’s vision for the new academic year. Presentations were made by the School Supervision Unit in collaboration […]

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Lamenting the poor condition of roads in Venus Estate and Belair, the Millet Minibus Association on Monday started a suspension of services to the areas until they are repaired. The Association’s president told the STAR the problem had been ignored by the authorities for several years; that last year’s dialogue with officials had proved futile. Yarde said his membership was left no other option but to withdraw its services for as long as necessary.

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To judge by the misinformed talk regarding the failure to complete, after ten years, the reconstruction of St. Jude Hospital in Vieux Fort, one might be forgiven for thinking this island had been landed with more than its fair share of idiots, nincompoops and morons. Still, it prides itself as the only Caribbean island with two Nobel laureates to its name. I stick my neck out and say that we are a better than what a smart foreigner may conclude listening to local talk radio.

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United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has underscored the need to defeat climate change while on a visit to the hurricane-ravaged Bahamas. Guterres spoke during a press encounter outside a shelter for Hurricane Dorian evacuees. The UN Chief has led efforts to try and combat climate change through the United Nations and was in Dominica two […]

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The remains of more than 2,000 foetuses have been found at the Illinois home of a former abortion doctor. The family of Dr Ulrich Klopfer discovered the remains while sorting through the doctor’s property after his death on 3 September. Dr Klopfer had a clinic in South Bend, Indiana, which closed down when his licence […]

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‘Well dressed’ young men calmly stole a vehicle from Sans Souci Saturday morning about 1.05 am, an eyewitness says. The eyewitness, who spoke to St Lucia Times on condition of anonymity, said the thieves were ‘regular young men’ who were ‘ well dressed’. The Mitsubishi Sportero pickup was found a few hours later overturned on […]

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Two persons travelling on a motorcycle sustained injuries when it collided with a truck at Cul de Sac Saturday afternoon, an emergency official has confirmed. Emergency services were summoned about 2:40 pm, the official said. Both male accident victims were taken to Victoria Hospital via ambulances from the Castries and Babonneau Fire stations. Shortly after […]

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A Saint Lucia opposition MP has responded to critics who have questioned his position on the allocation that the Saint Lucia government is giving to the CPL  for the hosting of Saint Lucia Zouks matches here. Doctor Ernest Hilaire, who is the representative for Castries South, noted on his official Facebook page that there were […]

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Press Release:– Castries Market vendors recently participated in the third training program that seeks to sensitize vendors about the Castries Market Redevelopment project and its related activities. The program was undertaken by the Ministry of Tourism, as part of the OECS Regional Tourism Competitiveness Project (ORTCP). Communications liason with the project, Tecla Fontenard, said the training […]

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