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The national emergency management organisation (NEMO) declared the all clear for St Lucia, some 16 hours following the shut down. Tropical storm Dorian did not have the dreaded impact of heavy rains or winds that were forecast. In the end, St. Lucia was spared once again. Nemo made the call shortly after 10am on Tuesday …
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The St. Lucia humanistic solidarity association is continuing its efforts to strengthen relations on several levels with the republic of Cuba. The group which recently elected a new executive, pledged its support for strong ties with the Spanish speaking communist Caribbean country.
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Tropical Storm Dorian has not affected Saint Lucia’s hotel and tourism businesses, President of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA), Karolin Troubetzkoy,  announced Tuesday.  A press statement issued by the SLHTA quoted Troubetzkoy as saying that operations are returning to normal.    “A Tropical Storm warning must always be taken very seriously and […]

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The sheer number of Saint Lucians who ignored warnings to stay at home during the national shutdown due to the approach of Tropical Storm Dorian hampered the ability of the police to enforce it, it was announced Tuesday. The police had warned in a statement Monday that violators of the shutdown would be detained. “We […]

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Relatives of an eighteen year old female reported to the police as having been kidnapped, say she was freed Monday by law enforcement officers. Saint Lucia police have confirmed that Oneka Fontenelle was  freed, but said they could not provide any more details as the investigation was still ongoing. The cops are understood to be […]

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Via SNO Saint Lucia experienced no major damage from the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian, the Acting Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Dorine Gustave says. ” All of the roads are passable – you can go through Castries down South; East, West – the roads are okay,” Gustave told reporters Tuesday morning. …
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Castries, August 27, 2019 – The electricity system held up extremely well during the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian. There was no damage to any of the major electricity infrastructure – such as the transmission lines, substations or any of the generation plant. Throughout the period the country was under Tropical Storm Warning, there was only […]

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In light of the announcement of the all clear statement by the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), the Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority (SLSWMA) informs the public that garbage collection service will resume from Wednesday, August 28, 2019. The Authority encourages the public to place waste out only on the scheduled collection day for […]

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