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PM SAYS ELECTION DATE CALL IS HIS PREROGATIVE

Prime minister Allen Chastanet says the announcement of the election date is his prerogative. The government leader has been subjected to withering criticism for failing to declare the poll date around the 5th anniversary of the previous election, in keeping with convention. Chastanet who has expressed concern about the impact …

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FIVE PEOPLE AFFECTED BY RAGING FIRE IN CANTONMENT

We start with news coming to hand, five people have been adversely affected by a fire which ripped through a house in vieux fort. Although the residence was not completely destroyed, the sheer magnitude of the damage has presented a daunting financial challenge for the victims.

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NANCY CHARLES ON ANSE JAMBETTE LAND ACQUISITION ROW

Director of implementation in the office of the prime minister, Nancy Charles has come out swinging in the land purchasing controversy. Charles is strongly denying allegations of wrong doing against the current cabinet of ministers in the ongoing debate over the acquisition of lands at Anse Jambette.

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SLOC ANNOUNCES SAINT LUCIA TOKYO OLYMPIC TEAM

Saint Lucia’s team for the Tokyo games has been selected for the pandemic-delayed sporting event scheduled for the months of July and August 2021. The roster of athletes will once again be headlined by Saint Lucia’s most decorated sports-woman, Levern Spencer.

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CABOT INVESTMENT CONDUCTS MEDIA WALK-THROUGH

Cabot St. Lucia hosted a wide-ranging media conference to provided insight on the massive development along the north east of St. Lucia. The project has been mired in controversy, over environmental and archaeological concerns. Company officials on Thursday sought to allay public misgivings about the sprawling development.

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SEA URCHINS UNDER THREAT IN ST. LUCIA

The sea urchin or sea egg populations in the waters of the eastern Caribbean, (Saint Lucia included), are said to be under immense pressure. That’s the conclusion of the latest studies on that fishery. Now a concerned citizen in the south, is ringing alarm bells over the wanton poaching of …

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TOP COP LAYS GROUND RULES FOR POLICE MEDIA SHOWS

Commissioner of police Milton Desir has set some ground rules for police officers, turn media personalities. This comes in the wake of the controversy surrounding the appearances of law enforcement on partisan political media.  

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