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(GUYANA NEWS ROOM) – Guyana has been ranked the highest in the Caribbean for countries where citizens have had to pay bribes to access Government services. According to a report published by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), it also takes the longest to conduct business in Guyana with the average time being over five hours. ...

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Saint Lucia businessman David Shimeld has dismissed as much ado about nothing, a heated exchange between him and government minister, Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute. The expletive laden weekend exchange which occurred at Shimeld’s Doolittle’s Restaurant in Marigot Bay, was recorded and posted on social media. Montoute could not be reached for comment on the incident which […]

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A 65 year old victim of an armed robbery recalls pleading with bandits Wednesday night to get an honest job. Norman Joseph, who operates a shop on La Pansee road, told St Lucia Times about 9.00 pm five individuals armed with knives, cutlasses and a firearm attacked his shop. He recalled that one of the […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Electoral Office has published that the Dominica Labour Party won a resounding victory over the opposition in Dominica’s General Elections held on December 6, 2019. Leading up to the elections, there were pockets of civil disobedience primarily in the villages of Marigot in the Northeast and Salisbury in the West of ...

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Saint Lucia police say they had a successful meeting this week with representatives of the Rodney Bay business community, on fighting crime. Sergeant Shevron Matthieu of the Gros Islet police station told St Lucia Times that the organisers were satisfied with the number of business owners who showed up on Thursday for the session. “It […]

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Amid mounting concern about crime in Saint Lucia, the Gros Islet police sub-division has invited residents and businesses to a series of meetings to dialogue on addressing the crime situation. The first  meeting is planned for Thursday, December 5, 2019 from 2.00 pm at Coco Palm for the Rodney Bay business community. “This is a […]

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The Manager of Voyager Variety Store is looking to set up shop again, in the hope that the business will rebound even stronger than before after Thursday’s devastating fire. “I am trying to look for a place so I can set up shop again. I do have a warehouse where I pay rent there and […]

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Saint Lucia businessman, Everistus Jn Marie, citing a spate of robberies at petrol stations and other business places, has asserted that criminals are desperate and brazen. Jn Marie is the Managing Director of Jn Marie and Sons Petrol Station in Castries and a former President of the Saint Lucia Petroleum Dealers Association. His comments came […]

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