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Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Seth Ampadu, has disclosed that crime is scaring people away from attending evening church service. “Because of the crime issue the church seems to (be) losing members, especially in the evening worship,” he lamented. “People don’t want to come out, because they are afraid,” Ampadu told reporters Monday. The […]

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Magnetic Media:-  On Friday Beaches confirmed a letter that was in circulation which showed three proposed dates for closure of its operation here in TCI, with the final closure in 2021 stated as indefinite. A hand delivered copy was delivered some weeks ago. My Ministry has been addressing a long outstanding issue with Beaches and my […]

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Press Release:–  The Sandals guest is no ordinary guest, and Neil and Sheila Stephen are two shining examples of guests who go above and beyond the call of duty. These are repeat guests to Saint Lucia, who consider Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa & Beach Resort to be their home now. “In the very early days,” […]

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Castries South MP, Ernest Hilaire  has declared that Saint Labour Party (SLP) leader, Philip J. Pierre should be the best person to lead this country right now. Hilaire made the comments in an interview with Radio Caribbean International (RCI) on Friday. But when asked  during the interview who among the current ruling United Workers Party […]

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Press Release:– The government of Saint Lucia has been a long-time beneficiary of Japan’s technical cooperation though the equipping of the island’s human resources with training courses. Training is offered to personnel from various government departments and agencies under the JICA’s (Japan International Cooperation Agency’s) Knowledge Co-Creation Programmes, held in Japan. In this regard, the […]

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(BBC) — Six children in south-western Tanzania have been killed and had their ears and teeth removed, the authorities say. Some of the bodies of the children, aged between two and nine years old, were also missing limbs. “This is all about superstitious beliefs and many believe they will get help from witchcraft,” Njombe District Commissioner ...

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(SNO) — Ulanda Rolanda Antoine, a civil engineer in the Department of Infrastructure, Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Energy and Labour, is heading to Japan to participate in a training course on bridge maintenance. The course is part of training offered to personnel from various government departments and agencies under the JICA’s (Japan International Cooperation Agency’s) ...

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(SNO) — With the lower house set to debate a motion of no confidence against Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, his party, the United Workers Party (UWP) is throwing its full support behind him. In a statement on Monday, the UWP described the prime minister as an “esteemed leader” and Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre as ...

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Asserting that the the prevalence of gambling has increased here, a religious leader has stated that the matter is a cause of great  concern. “It indicates that people are not trusting in the goodness of God who has promised to supply our every need,”  Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Seth Ampadu said in a […]

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Associated Press:–  Pope Francis is ruling out any lifting of the celibacy requirement for priests but says there’s reason to consider ordaining older, married men in remote communities where priests are in short supply. Francis said he believes priestly celibacy is a gift for the Catholic Church and opposes a blanket change to make it optional. […]

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