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National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis, has announced a reduction in crime in Saint Lucia. “Right now we are seeing a drop in crime,” he told reporters Thursday. Francis says a team reports every week on the status of crime in the country. “There’s a 15.6 percent drop from 2019 and there’s a 16.6 drop from […]

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By Glen Simon, NCPC (PRESS RELEASE) — Pillar four of Saint Lucia’s Economic Recovery and Resilience Plan is geared at Building Resilience of the Private and Productive Sectors in the economy. Policy interventions number twenty-four, outlined under this pillar, seeks to support the business environment by fast-tracking legislation to increasing access to finance by MSME’s. […]

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A security breach has been reported at the Government Information Service (GIS) and National Television Network (NTN) studios at Hewanorra House, Pointe Seraphine. Principal Information Officer(PIO), Davina Lee, said in a statement that the breach occurred some time between Wednesday night and Thursday morning. She disclosed that hard drives containing approximately 120 terabytes of data, […]

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The government of Saint Lucia’s Principal Information Officer, Davina Lee, announced moments ago that there was a security breach at the studios of the Government Information Service (GIS) and National Television Network (NTN). She says that the incident occurred sometime between the night of Wednesday, October 28 and the morning of Thursday, October 29. The […]

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Rainfall patterns in Saint Lucia are changing, and droughts will become more frequent as a result of climate change. Global climate models show a median decrease in annual rainfall of up to 22 percent by the end of the century, while regional climate models suggest a decrease of up to 32 percent. For a country […]

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The public is being asked to note that the Department of Home Affairs and National Security is no longer located on the Ground Floor of the Sir Stanislaus James Building, Waterfront, Castries. The Department of Home Affairs and National Security has now relocated to 5 Mongiraud Street, Castries (next to Wet and Cold Express). The […]

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