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Right to Access

The St. Lucia National Trust [SLNT] is pushing to have St. Lucia join in the regional effort for the rights to access to environmental information. The SLNT are engaging civil society on the benefits of adopting the framework of the United Nations conference on sustainable development on the environmental consequences …

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Odsan School hit by robbers

The Odsan Combined School has once again the scene of a burglary as thieves made off with thousands of dollars. The frustrated faculty says they want better security at the school. Odsan combined principle says the school’s lackluster defenses make it an easy target for criminals.

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Prisoner on the Lamb for 12 years recaptured

After more than ten [10] years on the run, the Bordelais Correctional Facility has announced that an escaped convict has been recaptured. Police officers at the George F.L. Charles Airport confirmed the Vieux – Fort man flew in from Martinique and right into hands of local authorities.

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Bus operators want answers

The stakeholders of Combined Investments Inc organized a meeting this week to voice their concerns about the management of the association Members have been concerned about the direction of the business and met to decide on a potential plan of action.

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Doggersbank salvage behind schedule

After six [6] months lying [partially] submerged in the Castries harbor, the sunken Doggersbank tug boat is set to resurface. The salvage team from the Netherlands says that despite turbulent currents due daily cruise ship traffic, Doggersbank is expected to be lifted by next week.

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PM on President Obama – Caribbean Summit

US President Barack Obama is scheduled to meet with CARICOM heads in April in Jamaica for talks on an energy security initiative. Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony sat down with news forces on March 26th in anticipation of April’s monumental summit. While talk of ISIS infiltration abounds, the cloud hanging …

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Lambird’s Students sent home

The purported students at the centre of the ongoing Lambird’s Academy scandal are being sent home [against their will]. The students say they first want justice and are urging the government for some reprieve.

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Electricity supply Service Bill

The Government of St. Lucia through the Ministry of Energy has commenced a national consultation on reforming St. Lucia’s energy sector. St. Lucia’s sole electricity supplier LUCELEC currently enjoys an 80 year monopoly slated to end in 2043.

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