• ECCO Operational Changes

    The Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) Inc wishes to advise the general public of its new Board of Directors, elected at the Company’s Annual G…

  • SLP CRIES FOUL OVER CDP PROJECTS

    The Opposition Saint Lucia Labor Party is once again raising objection to the UWP Administration’s coordination of the Short-Term Employment Program [STEP]. The SLP, pointing to th…

  • TOP COP VOWS HEIGHTENED SECURITY MEASURES

    Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry says the High Command remains committed to devising effective strategies to address the crime situation on the island. Moncherry says despite …

  • SSI BOARD BREAKS SILENCE ON ISSUES AT DSNCG

    The Chairman of Sports Saint Lucia Inc is speaking on situation at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground the first time. Miguel Fevrier spoke exclusively to the SSI head at moments before…

  • “Do you trust that Guy?” Opposition casts ethics doubt over incumbent Minister

    The Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party [SLP] does not trust Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph. Leader of the Opposition Philip J. Pierre along with Castries South MP Dr. Er…

  • NEW DENNERY INFANT SCHOOL INAUGURATED

    The new Dennery Infant School is now officially open. The school is the first education facility built under the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). A special ceremony…

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ECCO Operational Changes

The Eastern Caribbean Collective Organization for Music Rights (ECCO) Inc wishes to advise the general public of its new Board of Directors, elected at the Company’s Annual General Meeting held on Saturday December 9, 2017. The new Board comprises the following individuals: St Lucia: Martin James (Elected Chairman), Christine Charlemagne …

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SLP CRIES FOUL OVER CDP PROJECTS

The Opposition Saint Lucia Labor Party is once again raising objection to the UWP Administration’s coordination of the Short-Term Employment Program [STEP]. The SLP, pointing to the allocation of funds, the timeline for notification and the job candidate selection process is accusing the government of victimization.

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TOP COP VOWS HEIGHTENED SECURITY MEASURES

Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry says the High Command remains committed to devising effective strategies to address the crime situation on the island. Moncherry says despite limited resources and manpower, the Police Department will work to ensure that citizens and visitors are protected.

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LA RESSOURCE JOINS STREET PARTY CRAZE

The La Ressource community is the latest to join the communal weekly street party parade. Last weekend Castries Mayor Peterson Francis launched the Saturday city night. A number of communities across Saint Lucia are hosting family-oriented events aimed at generate employment and income for residents.

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NEW DENNERY INFANT SCHOOL INAUGURATED

The new Dennery Infant School is now officially open. The school is the first education facility built under the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP). A special ceremony was held recently to inaugurate the new structure.

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