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MONTOUTE SUPPORTS CALL FOR TOUGHER GUN LAWS

The ministry of youth development and sports says it is deeply saddened by the sudden and tragic loss of well-loved football coach Cassius Glasgow. The well-known youth football coach was found dead at his cedars residence on Monday January 13th, 2020 with a gunshot to the head. According to the …

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OPPOSITION LEADER PANS PRIME MINISTERS NEW YEAR’S ADDRESS

Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has panned prime minister Allen Chastanet’s new year’s address to the nation as an rehash of empty promises. The leader of the opposition Saint Lucia labour party believes the prime minister is gas lighting the population ahead of an election year. Pierre thinks the UWP …

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SLFA PAYS TRIBUTE TO SLAIN YOUTH FOOTBALLER COACH

President of the football Saint Lucia association Lyndon Cooper is paying tribute to the late Cassius Glasgow. The youth football coach was found dead at his home this week with gunshot to the head. Members of the sports fraternity and the community he served for many years have expressed outrage …

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PM CHASTANET ON GOVT FIGHT AGAINST CRIME

Saint Lucia prime minister Allen Chastanet has been outlining what his government is doing to tackle the issue of crime. The government leader has promised to pour more resources into to better equipping the police as well as the installation of security cameras to detect crime.

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PM DOUBLES DOWN ON JANINE COMPTON ANTOINE

Prime minister Allen Chastanet is not backing down on his opposition of the appointment of Jeanine Compton-Antoine to a post at the national trust. The conservation group last week responded to a litany of charges levelled against the trust by the prime minister during the hit radio 100 mid-morning show …

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MINISTRY OF COMMERCE ON ARTICLE 164

Public officials say the CARICOM backed article 164 is good news for the Saint Lucia manufacturing sector. The ministry of commerce a few weeks ago announced the plans to implement a special regime to boost trade. So what does this mean for Saint Lucia?

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