• KING CLEARS AIR IN DIRECT AWARD ROW

    Infrastructure Minister Stephenson King says the civil servant responsible for the latest leaking of government documents will be taken to task. Last Thursday, talk show host and f…

  • PM WANTS REVAMP TO REGIONAL TOURISM CONSTRUCT

    Prime Minister Allen Chastanet believes the region’s fore-most tourism body should be revamped. Chastanet declares that when the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season wrought unprecedente…

  • COP 23 LAYS BARE LIMITED OPTIONS FOR SIDS

    Financing remains a major sore point as Saint Lucia and other Small Island Developing States seek to mitigate and build resilience to climate change. That’s the observation of Sust…

  • CCC HOSTS INAUGURAL CITY NIGHTS

    The Castries City Council officially launched its city night festivities on Saturday, December 9. The family-oriented street party is the brain-child of Mayor Peterson Francis. He …

  • RAYMOND POINTS TO TAX REFORM AFTER EU BLACKLISITING

    St. Lucia will soon introduce new tax reform measures to bring the country in line with European Union standards. That’s the word from the Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Sena…

  • ALL SET FOR THE DECEMBER FESTIVALS 2017

    Organizers are putting the final touches on plans for the hosting of the Festival of Lights in the city of Castries on the evening of December 12. Apart from the national observanc…

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KING CLEARS AIR IN DIRECT AWARD ROW

Infrastructure Minister Stephenson King says the civil servant responsible for the latest leaking of government documents will be taken to task. Last Thursday, talk show host and former government Minister Richard Frederick made public some 30 letters, indicating the approval of Direct Awards for various services and procurement of goods. …

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PM WANTS REVAMP TO REGIONAL TOURISM CONSTRUCT

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet believes the region’s fore-most tourism body should be revamped. Chastanet declares that when the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane season wrought unprecedented levels of destruction across the Caribbean, there was no reliable source to obtain real-time information on the situation on the ground. The Prime Minister met with the …

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COP 23 LAYS BARE LIMITED OPTIONS FOR SIDS

Financing remains a major sore point as Saint Lucia and other Small Island Developing States seek to mitigate and build resilience to climate change. That’s the observation of Sustainable Development Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert. Dr. Rigobert during the December 11 weekly press briefing, provided the media with a report on …

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CCC HOSTS INAUGURAL CITY NIGHTS

The Castries City Council officially launched its city night festivities on Saturday, December 9. The family-oriented street party is the brain-child of Mayor Peterson Francis. He is on a mission to revive the comatose night-life in the capital.

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RAYMOND POINTS TO TAX REFORM AFTER EU BLACKLISITING

St. Lucia will soon introduce new tax reform measures to bring the country in line with European Union standards. That’s the word from the Minister in the Ministry of Finance, Senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond. His comments come after St Lucia was placed on an EU blacklist of tax havens, which …

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ALL SET FOR THE DECEMBER FESTIVALS 2017

Organizers are putting the final touches on plans for the hosting of the Festival of Lights in the city of Castries on the evening of December 12. Apart from the national observance, the Minister for Culture Senator Fortuna Belrose reveals that similar festivities will also be hosted at the local-level.

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