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Youth Skills Workshop

The youth in the north of Saint Lucia were engaged in an intensive one-day skills training workshop. The Gros Islet Youth Development Council is the organizer of the workshop.

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PM On UK Snap Elections

On the foreign policy front, Saint Lucia’s leader Allen Chastanet supports UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call a snap election.

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Bloody Sunday Memorial

The community of Bois D’inde held a special football fundraiser for the family of the victims of the tragic bloody Sunday triple homicide.

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Ex-Nice Workers Join DSH Protest

A group of concerned citizens continues to voice opposition to the UWP administration’s proposed developments. The controversial DSH project, the Dolphinarium, and the fate of the nice program remain contentious issues for some Saint Lucians. Some of them joined an outspoken critic of the administration for another protest in the …

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CCC Wants Garbage Collection to be Sole Responsibility

As the CCC tries to upgrade/beautify Castries City, the council is calling on private garbage collections to fulfill their mandate. In April, Mayor Peterson Francis disclosed that the Council would be sending a proposal to Cabinet to take over garbage collection in Saint Lucia.

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PM Clarifies Reports Of Maria Islands Causeway

Meanwhile, the causeway in Vieux-Fort will not touch the Maria Islands. That’s the word from Prime Minister Allen Chastanet who told journalists this week that the intention of the investor was to protect and enhance the nature reserve.

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SLHTA To Assess Airport Taxes

The Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) looks forward to dialogue with the UWP administration on ways to improve the implementation of the airport development tax.

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Traffic Department Out Of Tickets

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force has confirmed reports of a lack of traffic tickets. This week, the acting commissioner of police told reporters that the printery had stopped producing the forms because there was a discrepancy. However, that does not mean that the police are not enforcing the law. …

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U4ria Set For Fifth Annual Concert

This year, the Soca music production euphoria turns 5. The 2017 edition of the concert series was officially launched in Marigot Bay on the weekend.  The man behind the music, crooner Teddyson John says fans can expect a night of inspirational music dance and carnival arts.  

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