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    SBNATION- The Toronto Raptors reported Friday afternoon that Summer League forward Chris Boucher — along with G League MVP Lorenzo Brown — had been signed to undisclosed contracts.…

  • 2018 ANNIVERSARY GAMES: SHELLY-ANN FRASER PRYCE TAKES GOLD IN 100M

    Shelly-Ann Fraser Pryce, in superb form since giving birth 11 months ago, took gold at the 2018 Anniversary Games in London today.  Fraser Pryce finished the 100m race in 10.98. Am…

  • VENDOR COMPLAINTS

    Taxi operators and vendors are very disturbed by the disruption to their operations with the blockading as the Castries constituency council puts on a show in honour of the winners…

  • PATTERSON, GAYLE HONOURED BY UWI FOR CONTRIBUTION TO REGIONAL CRICKET

    Jamaica Observer- The University of the West Indies on Thursday recognised two Jamaican cricket legends for their contribution to the “region’s game”. Patrick Patterson and C…

  • CCC UNDER REVIEW

    Investigations into the administration of the Castries constituencies council has begun. The operations of the ccc will come under intense scrutiny over the next six weeks. Mayor P…

  • TRIBE OF TWEL DOMINANCE

    Tribe of Twel Carnival Band’s dominance of the parade of bands is the subject of much discussion following the carnival celebrations. The band stood out throughout the festiv…

  • EXHIBITION OF SAINT LUCIAN SNAKES

    The forestry department and the St. Lucia national trust teamed up to give a rare glimpse of St. Lucia’s snakes in the city of Castries. One of the deadliest reptiles the fur…

  • SLHTA NEW LEADER

    The SLHTA has a new executive. The new team to guide this have a century old institution has a few familiar faces. …

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ST. LUCIAN CHRIS BOUCHER SIGNS WITH TORONTO RAPTORS

SBNATION- The Toronto Raptors reported Friday afternoon that Summer League forward Chris Boucher — along with G League MVP Lorenzo Brown — had been signed to undisclosed contracts. With the trade on Wednesday sending out the Raptors possible future starting centre Jakob Poeltl, the depth chart was chillingly empty in the post. The Raptors hope the 25 …

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VENDOR COMPLAINTS

Taxi operators and vendors are very disturbed by the disruption to their operations with the blockading as the Castries constituency council puts on a show in honour of the winners at this year’s national carnival. The show is scheduled for tonight in the same location of the weekly Castries Saturday …

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PATTERSON, GAYLE HONOURED BY UWI FOR CONTRIBUTION TO REGIONAL CRICKET

Jamaica Observer- The University of the West Indies on Thursday recognised two Jamaican cricket legends for their contribution to the “region’s game”. Patrick Patterson and Christopher Gayle, who both incidentally attended Excelsior High school, were honoured. Patterson, who was absent from the ceremony, was represented by his former teammate and …

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CCC UNDER REVIEW

Investigations into the administration of the Castries constituencies council has begun. The operations of the ccc will come under intense scrutiny over the next six weeks. Mayor Peterson Francis had been widely praised by many across the political divide as he tackled some of the longstanding problems of the city …

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TRIBE OF TWEL DOMINANCE

Tribe of Twel Carnival Band’s dominance of the parade of bands is the subject of much discussion following the carnival celebrations. The band stood out throughout the festivities with its elaborate costumes and historical portrayal Leader- Adrean Augier

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EXHIBITION OF SAINT LUCIAN SNAKES

The forestry department and the St. Lucia national trust teamed up to give a rare glimpse of St. Lucia’s snakes in the city of Castries. One of the deadliest reptiles the fur de lance was on show

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SLHTA NEW LEADER

The SLHTA has a new executive. The new team to guide this have a century old institution has a few familiar faces.

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