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Joseph Provides Update On St. Jude Hospital

Economic development minister guy joseph, says although the St. Jude hospital technical audit is complete, it has to be reviewed by lawyers to decide who should be held accountable for shortcomings on the project. Joseph states that the audit was launched to determine whether the structure under construction was up …

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NYC Elects New Executive 2017

The Saint Lucia National Youth Council has a new executive headed by Jeshurun Andrew. On Saturday, may 27th the general assembly of the St. Lucia national youth council cast their ballots and elected a new executive.

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“Drive-By” Host Goes Back To The Classroom

The host of the popular radio 100 show, “drive-by” Russell Lake wants to share his love of cars with the next generation of enthusiasts. Lake who is also a former educator has been visiting schools across St. Lucia to pass on his knowledge and passion for all things automotive. This …

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PM Expresses Satisfaction With Soleil Jazz

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says he is very excited about Soleil Saint Lucia Jazz. Speaking to the media on the final day of the festival on Sunday, the head of government said he was impressed with the level of production of this year’s showpiece. Notwithstanding concerns about the turnout, the …

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Curtains Come Down On Soleil Jazz 2017

The first of the summer festivals – the inaugural Soleil Jazz culminated on Sunday with rave reviews from organizers. Despite a dip in turnout, the authorities say the festival met its objective.

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ECCO Foresees The Closure Of More Radio Stations

The general manager of the Eastern Caribbean collective organization for music rights, (ECCO), Steve Etienne foresees more radio stations going belly up in the near future, following news of plans to close down radio Saint Lucia. The state-owned radio station has racked up millions of dollars in debt and the …

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JetBlue Pilot Makes First Landing In Hometown

A JetBlue airways pilot with strong ties to Saint Lucia made his first landing at the Hewanorra international airport this past week. Neil Justin who has forged close ties with local schools, views the maiden flight as one of the most cherished moments in his career in aviation.

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Tourist Robbed Of Luggage Seek Public Help

Two foreign students are appealing to the individuals who stole their luggage near the GFL Charles airport to return the items. The students’ claim their bags were stolen from their Castries villa shortly after they arrived on the weekend. The bags hold vital documents for work and school.

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