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Press Release:– The Government of Saint Lucia welcomes the news that the Government of Canada has opened a Visa Application Centre in Saint Lucia. This follows continued dialogue and advocacy by the Government on behalf of the people of Saint Lucia with the Canadian Government. This means that Saint Lucians wanting to travel to Canada will […]

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Antigua and Barbuda intends to continue talks with Barbados over the sale of Bridgetown’s shares in the  loss-making regional airline, LIAT, Antigua Observer has reported.. This amid media reports that the talks have collapsed. Antigua and Barbuda’s Minister of Information, Melford Nicholas,  was quoted as saying that a shareholders meeting will be held next month. […]

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Texas Ranger David Armstrong, the lead investigator in the high profile case involving the fatal shooting of Saint Lucian Botham Jean, testified briefly Saturday as the Amber Guyger murder trial continues. There was supposed to have been a full day of testimony, but Judge Tammy Kemp suddenly called an adjournment, local reports said. Armstrong, in […]

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(NEW YORK POST) — A woman who claims to be allergic to Wi-Fi is asking her hometown to discontinue their wireless internet to ease her condition Rosi Gladwell, 70, currently spends much of her time tucked inside a copper and silver thread sleeping bag, which cost her $500, to avoid electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by ...

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(GIS) — Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has alerted the public about fake profiles that have surfaced impersonating himself and other government ministers. The prime minister cautions against making finances or personal documents available, in response to requests. He added that he is working to resolve the issue. Find the prime minister’s statement below: “Fellow Saint ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — The gov­ern­ment of Trinidad and To­ba­go has dis­con­tin­ued the Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing for Trinidad and To­ba­go, the Na­tion­al Hur­ri­cane Cen­tre re­ports. It says a Trop­i­cal Storm Warn­ing is now in ef­fect for Grena­da and its de­pen­den­cies and St Vin­cent and the Grenadines. A Trop­i­cal Storm Watch is in ef­fect for * U.S. ...

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