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Minister for health Mary Isaac’s damning statements about the alleged contract killing of victor Maurice by members of the upper echelons of society has sparked controversy. Now the Gros Islet MP and cabinet colleague of the embattled minister Lenard Spider Montoute is weighing-in on the controversy. He has joined the chorus of voices who suggest …
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Business man shot dead in Reduit. The victim, identified to be 56 year old John Baptiste Honora, was reportedly shot in the head. More details to follow
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The victim of an unprovoked attack in the middle of the capital city is speaking out. The senior citizen was bludgeoned in the head and knocked unconscious to the cobble-stoned pavement of the Derek Walcott square. The man behind the assault and battery has a purported history of mental illness. The victim, meanwhile who was …
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  PRESS RELEASE The Department of Health and Wellness confirms the arrival of a non-national in Saint Lucia today, Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from a nearby territory via a private yacht. In keeping with our national response protocols, the individual has been placed on medical quarantine at a public health facility and the necessary assessments …
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The Iyanola council for the advancement of Rastafari has penciled in two interesting activities to celebrate black history month. The organization is gearing up to host a hemp festival and an anti-violence conscious music festival.
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Infrastructural planning on Saint Lucia will now have an increased focus on evidence based decision making. That’s thanks to a pioneering software called Nismod-the national infrastructural systems model. This infrastructural planning tool is a result of a technical assistance mission with the university of oxford and the united nations office for project services (UNOPS).
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A widely circulated video depicting a coil snakes in the throes of passion in an Anse la Raye area location has sent shivers down the spines of some Saint Lucians. Though the slithering reptiles often get a bad rap, the department of forestry is calling for the preservation rather than eradication of the snakes. The …
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The Iyanola council for the advancement of Rastafari has welcomed Castries mayor Peterson Francis’ reversal on cannabis law reform. The outspoken local official had expressed qualms about the march towards legalization, citing concerns about the social fall-out and exploitation of farmers by corporations. However, the mayor has apparently changed his mind following a briefing from …
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The Saint Lucia hospitality and tourism association is girding itself for the possible impact of the united kingdom’s exit from the European union on the tourism industry. With the geopolitical development shrouded in uncertainty, the SLHTA which remains upbeat amid strong arrival numbers, is preparing for any eventuality.
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