A 24-year-old man of Bruceville, Vieux Fort, became St. Lucia’s latest homicide victim. He succumbed to injuries sustained when shot with a fishing gun.The family of the man says he had been the persistent target of a known bully.
There is a warning from the emergency services about the dangers of using brands of fans. There have been reports of fire caused by some of these fans. One man of Reduit is fortunate to have escaped unharmed, when a fire believed to have been caused by a fan, resulted in his house being burnt. …
The students of Vide Boutielle primary school were given a practical lesson in how to care for our physical environment.The students and their teachers undertook a tree planting exercise aimed at controlling land erosion.
The new chairman of CARICOM – St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is calling for reform in the way the regional organisation conducts its affairs. In his maiden address as chairman of CARICOM, Chastanet also called on member governments to ensure that CARICOM stands up against the oppressive tendencies of powerful blocks of nations.
The Civil Service Association (CSA) has placed its members on alert in the event that negotiations with the Government Negotiating Team are not finalized on Monday, as the CSA expects. The two parties along with the remaining members of the Trade Unions Federation have agreed on the substantive matters of salaries and back pay, but some …
The out-going chairman of CARICOM – the Prime Minister of St. Kitts & Nevis , Dr. Timonthy Harris has passed the baton to St Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet. Dr. Harris called on the new CARICOM chairman to build on some of the work undertaken under his chairmanship.
The ministry of education is seeking to revamp the quality of Early Childhood Education. Seventy-five early childhood administrators from the South of St. Lucia met to discuss ways of improving the quality of service at Early Childhood Centres.