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23 YEAR OLD SHOT IN GEORGEVILLE

The emergency services are warning that the level of violence in Saint Lucia is placing a strain on their stretched resources. The warning follows reports of another shooting in the community of George Ville, Castries – the shooting victim is recovering at hospital.

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HILLAIRE ON CIP

St. Lucia’s lower house of parliament – the house of assembly was convened on Tuesday. Among the matters down for debate were the changes to the citizenship by investment programmed (CIP). This is not the first time that the government has sought to make amendments to the programme. The changes …

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PM REFUSES CHOICE REPORTER AGAIN

Prime minister Allen Chastanet stood his ground once again in refusing to answer the question of reporter Janeka Simon. Both the prime minister and the minister for economic development Guy Joseph have refused to answer her questions. Though the prime minister has not officially stated his reason, minister joseph has …

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PIERRE ON ECONOMY

The leader of the opposition Phillip j. Pierre says he is not the least surprised by the recent lowering of the economic outlook for St. Lucia. Pierre says the government is heading in the wrong direction, with what he says is its unsustainable level of borrowing.

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DOMINIC ON CRUISE TOURISM

The minister for tourism Dominic Fedee says St Lucia’s tourism figures are trending in the right direction. Speaking to journalists ahead of Tuesday’s sitting of parliament, Fedee says the village tourism thrust will ensure the gains of the industry are felt in the communities.

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BE EMPOWERED SUICIDE PREVENTION DISCUSSION

Still to come, the leader of the opposition Philip j. Pierre says the recent CDB report on St. Lucia’s economy is not surprising, Amber Guyger’s trial to be held in Dallas despite the efforts of her lawyers, and tips on identifying persons at risk of attempting suicide.

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BAG DONATION BY SJC AND FAMILY

The St Joseph convent’s graduating class of 1979 partnered with the friends and family of the late cultural icon Theresa hall to provide school bags to students. The event was held at the St. Joseph’s convent on Tuesday.

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MIRACULOUS LONG DISTANCE SWIMMER

Cameron Bellamy has secured his spot in St Lucia’s record books as the first person known to have swam from Barbados to St. Lucia. The feat was completed on Sunday, just before sunset.

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