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One Man in Custody as Police Probe Cap Estate Killing

A male senior citizen is behind bars tonight, assisting with the investigation into a gruesome homicide at Cap Estate on Tuesday June 12th, 2018. Word of the incident began making the rounds early evening. Reports indicate that first responders and law enforcement officials were called to the scene just before …

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Sandals Saint Lucia Team Members Shine at Employee of the Year Gala in Jamaica

(Press Release) – The three Sandals Resorts in Saint Lucia were represented at the recently concluded Ultimate Team Member Awards held in Jamaica. Dwight Goodman representing Sandals Regency La Toc Golf Resort & Spa, Khadijah Preville representing Sandals Halcyon Beach Resort and Marvin Alfred representing Sandals Grande Saint Lucian Spa and …

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From the Region: Hurricane Maria’s Lessons Listed for the Caribbean

When Category 5 Hurricane Maria hit Dominica, it caused US$1.37 billion in damage, or 226 percent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Now, Dominica’s Physical Planning Ministry has published a handbook on lessons learned from Hurricane Maria relating to construction & building standards.  Physical Planning Officials say it’s an …

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CIBC First Caribbean and UWI Sign New MOU

(Press Release) – Students around the region will continue to benefit from a number of scholarships following the recent signing of another memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the University of the West Indies and CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank. This is only one part of the far-reaching benefits outlined in the agreement …

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UWI Open Campus Concludes Management Course

The University of the West Indies (UWI) Open Campus Saint Lucia has completed a supervisory management course for workers in Soufriere and surrounding communities. The learning institution hosted a certificate award ceremony for graduates at the Fond Doux Plantation under the theme “Approaching the Future with Confidence”.

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ECCB Warns Against Using non-traditional Financial Services

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is warning customers in the sub-regional Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) to be cautious about using non-traditional financial services saying that they could suffer losses by getting involved in initiatives which they do not yet fully understand. In a statement, the ECCB said …

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Soufriere Students Head to Oxford University

Four academic standouts at the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School have left Saint Lucia for the prestigious Oxford University. The students departed the Hewanorra International Airport on Friday, June 8th, accompanied by past student and school principal Joel Charlemagne. Our cameras were on hand to see the youngsters off.  

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