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The British tourist who died on Friday at the John Compton dam may have wandered onto a restricted section of the facility. The water and sewage company says it awaits the results of the post mortem examination. The man was in the company of three of his sons when he collapsed.
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The mayor of Castries has responded to the accusations made against his management of the Castries city council by Dr. Ernest Hilaire. Dr. Hilaire said that the mayor is not one keen on following well establish rules and procedures. In his response the mayor says he is ready to provide answers to whatever questions Dr. …
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The National Youth Coucil has heavily criticised the staging of the live in colour concern held at the pigeon island causeway early Sunday morning. Videos of the event which attracted thousands of young persons have been circulating on social media, with disturbing images of drunkenness and violence.
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The police have shed some light on the case of a kidnapping involving a man who was accused of breaking and entering the home of a woman and stealing some of her possessions. The case has intrigued some members of the public, as accusations were being made which implicated a minister of government. However, the …
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The Saint Lucia National Youth Council (SLNYC) sees a link between photos of intoxicated youths that have been posted on social media and a major social crisis in this country. The council issued a hard hitting statement Monday in the wake of a weekend event in the North of Saint Lucia at which it said …
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The st. Lucia workers credit union has for another year come to the assistance of children of its members to make going back to school less burdensome on their families.
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Prime minister and minister for finance Allen Chastanet says st. Lucia’s debt burden is hampering the government’s ability to grow the economy. Chastanet says with almost 8 hundred million dollars of st. Lucia’s expenditure going towards the payment of salaries and debt, there is not much left to invest in growth promoting projects. Tape The …
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