November 22nd marked the annual observance of St. Cecilia’s day – the feast of musicians and the annual street concert hosted by Steve’s barber shop was one of the highlights of activities in the city centre. The feast of St. Cecilia serves a two fold purpose for roman Catholics. It signals the start of the …
The cannabis commission had its official coming out party on Friday. The latest committee tasked with overseeing the long march to the decriminalization of marijuana, is laying the ground work for a draft policy framework for cabinet approval. However public consultation is a key component of the process.
The saint Lucia fire service is commending the public for their support in the department’s efforts to control the Adjodha building blaze from spreading through the central commercial district of the William Peter Boulevard.
The businesses affected by Thursday’s Castries fire are beginning to assess the extend of the damage. The manager of Voyagers retail outlet – one of the businesses worst affected by the fire is vowing to explore ways of resuming his business.
The loved ones of a suspected suicide victim are denouncing the actions of some people who apparently took advantage of the deceased. According to the family, items of value were stolen from the Jacmel residence of the late Leo St. Rose moments after he passed. Police are treating the matter as a suspicious death pending …
Meanwhile, independent senator Mauricio thomas-francis is calling for draconian penalties for the perpetrators of violent crime. The member of the upper house wants tougher laws on the statute book to address criminality.
Prime minister Allen Chastanet has announced that Saint Lucia is creating a residency program to allow people to have a non-domicile tax rate. The leader of Saint Lucia revealed this news at the world’s most high profile conference on investment migration, which includes citizenship-by-investment and residency programs.