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CASTRIES, St Lucia Feb. 10, CMC – The government of St Lucia wants more citizens to benefit from the Island’s main foreign exchange earner – tourism. “We are on a mission to ensure that more St. Lucians can benefit from our record breaking performances in tourism,” said Prime Minister Allen Chastanet in a post on ...

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(SNO) — Castries South East represented Jamieson Edward was crowned Mr. Independence 2019 on Saturday night at the National Cultural Center, Barnard Hill, Castries. Deshawn Agustin from Vieux Fort was first runner-up and Treasure Actille from Castries North was second runner-up. The first ever Mr. Independence Youth Development Pageant forms part of the calendar of events ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Digicel, your total communications and entertainment provider in the Caribbean, is today pledging to the government and every business in Saint Lucia: the new fibre optic cable system (currently under construction) will be a total game changer. CEO of Digicel St. Lucia, Siobhan James-Alexander, said: “Digicel Fibre will change the way we ...

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Trinidad Express:–  THE State has to fork out close to $.3 million to compensate a Barrack­pore mother and her two children for malicious prosecution after she was pulled over by police in 2013 for not wearing her seatbelt, but was instead charged with resis­ting arrest and using obscene language. The assessment was made by a High […]

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Former Prime Minister of St  Kitts and Nevis, Doctor Denzil Douglas, has described escalating crime in the Caribbean as a major challenge. Douglas told St Lucia Times that the crime situation in the region continues to worsen and must be tackled at the root. “ I believe the unemployment situation; the escalation of drugs; the […]

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