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(AP) — President Donald Trump’s campaign filed lawsuits Wednesday in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Georgia, laying the groundwork for contesting battleground states as he slipped behind Democrat Joe Biden in the hunt for the 270 Electoral College votes needed to win the White House. The new filings, joining existing Republican legal challenges in Pennsylvania and Nevada, […]

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by Kaygianna Charlery – Operations Manager of Goodwill Fishermen’s Cooperative Yesterday, October 30 2020, the PM announced in his closing remarks at a Covid19 update to the nation that Fishing Vessel licenses would be suspended for one week starting November 2 2020. Imagine the reaction and shock of the sector to that news. In April […]

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A last minute attempt by the Bar Association of Saint Lucia to have the COVID-19 (Prevention and Control) Bill deferred has failed. The Bill— which aims to “regulate the containment of the spread of COVID-19 in Saint Lucia in the interests of public safety, public order and public health”— is scheduled to be debated at […]

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Press Release:–  The Poetry component of the 2020 National Arts Festival – ARTreach premieres on Sunday September 6th on local television and via social media. Titled Voices of The Underground, this feature takes the form of a made-for-TV feature series profiling six female Saint Lucian poets representing three generations of Saint Lucian writers. The six-part, […]

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A new 20 million dollar building is set to go up in the city of Castries. The structure will be the home of a Massy Super-market store chain. It is expected to transform a part of the capital which is in need of renewal and will be undertaken by a well-known business magnate.
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The outgoing chair of CARICOM, Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley yesterday firmly stood by her position in relation to Guyana’s protracted elections, saying to her detractors here that “The truth hurts”. During a press conference in Bridgetown yesterday, Mottley was asked whether she wanted to say anything to those here who have criticised her views […]

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Government officially broke ground Thursday for the Choc Housing Development. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet described the ground breaking as a milestone. He noted on his official Facebook page that the project was first announced in 2003. “This development will deliver 250 lots for residential and commercial purposes,” Chastanet explained. “In the coming weeks, I look […]

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The Mayor of Castries has called for an end to the unhygienic and unsafe practice of placing produce on the ground for sale along City streets. Mayor Peterson Francis has noted that some vendors put fruit, vegetables and provisions on the ground to attract buyers. But he warns that the habit should be stopped as it is unhealthy. The Castries Mayor has also called on members of the public not to buy produce that is placed on the ground.

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The former leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement, describing Saint Lucia as a ‘party nation’ where people basically drink and have fun, has urged the government not to relax current alcohol restrictions. Therold Prudent spoke in an interview Wednesday with St Lucia Times shortly before the Ministry of Health announced that this country has recorded […]

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