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CONSTRUCTION BEGINS ON UNION ROUND-ABOUT

A road project long in the making has been Green-lit by the ministry of infrastructure. Work on the union round-about is now underway. Officials at the ministry of infrastructure sought to clear the air on the actual cost of the project amid allegations of an over-inflated price-tag. https://youtu.be/l1XdxhZCliw

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ECCB REPORT PAINTS BLEAK PICTURE OF SAINT LUCA ECONOMY IN 2020

The latest report from the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank paints a bleak picture of Saint Lucia’s economy in 2020. In fact, according to figures provided by the EECB, Saint Lucia had the worst performing economy in the entire eastern Caribbean currency union, which was pummelled by the covid-19 pandemic. Despite …

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CUTLASS FIGHT IN VIEUX FORT

Police have reportedly shot and wounded the suspect in the brutal chopping incident at Bois Patat, Castries, last week. The man who was at-large is recovering at hospital after he was shot by police at Caye Mange on Wednesday afternoon. According to reports, the suspect who is believed to be …

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STUDENTS COUNCIL CONDEMNS VIOLENCE AFTER GUN BROUGHT TO SCHOOL

The national student council has come out strongly against all forms of violence. The condemnation follows the shocking discovery of a hand-gun on a student at a local high school. The student council is calling for a robust effort at conflict resolution at ASaint Lucia’s schools.  

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SLP HAMMERS GOV’T ON MICOUD JETTY PROJECT

As the anniversary of the 2016 general election draws near, the St. Lucia Labor party has sought to highlight what it says is one of the failed promises of the current UWP administration. Former agriculture minister Moses “Musa” Jn. Baptiste has taken the UWP administration to task over its perceived …

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NGO APPALLED BY BRUTAL PENTECOST WEEKEND DOUBLE HOMICIDES

The deaths of four young people by gun-fire in less than two days, marred what was supposed be a solemn weekend on the Christain calendar and a national day of fasting and prayer. Now a non-governmental organization which has condemned the heinous murders, is urging collective action to address the …

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