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SLFA- The Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. (SLFA INC) will be hosting the Puerto Rico game on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at the Sab Playing Field, Vigie, Castries at 10:00 am. St. Lucia boy’s under 15 Football team is comprised of the identical squad who played unbeaten in the CFU five Nation inaugural Challenge series convened …
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[Castries, Saint Lucia]:- An award-winning cocktail takes more than simply mixing the ingredients together. That’s the easy part. Passion and personality are what make it a work of art. That’s the invaluable lesson Craig Andes has learned over the years and at just 22, he knows the sky is the limit. Craig, who currently serves up his …
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While making it “abundantly clear” that the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) does not intend to eliminate the use of cash, the Governor of the institution has committed the bank to reducing the use of cash and cheques. Doctor Timothy Antoine says cash has its convenience and will continue to play an important role in […]

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As firefighters went on strike Wednesday in protest over delayed negotiations with the government and unaddressed concerns dating back several years, the Police Welfare Association (PWA) has declared that it is satisfied with ongoing negotiations. However, in a statement to St Lucia Times, the PWA made it clear that it stands in solidarity with other […]

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com BRUSSELLS, Belgium — Less than a month after the European Union (EU) blacklisted several jurisdictions worldwide including several Caribbean countries, the EU Commission has added more jurisdictions to its tax-haven and money laundering blacklist. Along with removing Puerto Rico and The Bahamas from the blacklist published […]

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PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti — Amidst such uncertainty, David Hale, the US Undersecretary for Political Affairs, visited the struggling nation earlier in March to meet with political leaders, the private sector and civil society. Hale’s visit is a direct result of Haiti’s violent street protests over rising food prices. The protests were halted in mid-February […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now Associate Managing Editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com WASHINGTON, USA — The administration of President Donald Trump has brought the Munroe Doctrine back to the forefront of American politics. Trump rejected the leadership of the incumbent president, Nicolás Maduro, whose second term started in early January after a fraudulent election last year. Venezuela […]

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