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With the re-opening of schools for the new academic year, the Mayor of Castries, Peterson Francis, is seeking the cooperation of students in stopping student loitering in the Saint Lucia capital. In a statement released by his office Monday, Francis observed that there are many students loitering after school with the intention of doing ‘something […]

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By Terry Finisterre Saint Lucia defeated Saint Vincent and the Grenadines on Sunday night (1 Sept) in St John’s, Antigua and Barbuda, to claim the Eastern Caribbean Men’s Volleyball Association (ECVA) Men’s Under-21 title. It was a second straight sub-regional volleyball title for Saint Lucia, having captured the ECVA women’s under-20 crown the weekend prior […]

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Pain, numbness and tingling in the arm can be worrying. There are many causes of this uncomfortable phenomenon and quite often our first thought is that it could be a sign that there is a problem with the heart; but there are other factors that could be causing the symptoms, one possibility being thoracic outlet syndrome.

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A shocked neighbour has been recounting events surrounding the murder of Sarrot resident Vick Dennis, 34. Dennis was stabbed in the chest during a robbery at his home and died Monday morning at Victoria Hospital after being taken there via ambulance. The neighbour, speaking on condition of anonymity, recalled that it was about 3.00 am. […]

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Trade wars with China, diplomatic gaffes and polarised politics– the United States has been making plenty of waves on the world stage since President Trump took office. American-Caribbean relations are only growing stronger however, as the superpower looks to ward off possible threats to the relationship by building links in security, energy investments, public health and disaster resilience.

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The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to inform Parents and guardians that school will reopen officially for the new academic year on Monday 2nd September, 2019, however, a number of schools will re-open on the following dates: The Micoud Secondary School will re-open on Tuesday 3rd September, 2019 The Millet Primary, Morne […]

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