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Veteran Cop Honored At Promotions Parade

Last week, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) paid homage to veteran cop, assistant superintendent Gregory Alexander at the commissioner’s parade. Alexander is set to retire after over 3 decades in the force.

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CARICOM Grenada Summit, Day 3

Heads of government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) convened their 38th annual summit in Grenada on Tuesday July 4th, at a time of international uncertainty and complexity. The country leaders who spoke at the opening ceremony, underscored the need for the community to be ready to preserve and negotiate its …

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Flow Rewards Latest Winners With U4ria 5 Tickets

The telecommunication service provider – flow is providing its customers with an opportunity to experience carnival. On Wednesday, the company recognized the winners of its “endless everything” summer campaign last week with cash and prizes.

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Culture Minister Says Carnival Activities Going Well

Culture Minister Fortuna Belrose says the UWP administration is working to ensure that community events are successful this carnival season. While she touted this year’s Soufriere and Dennery carnival celebrations and the national carnival queen pageant, Belrore called for those taking part in the various competitions to accept the judges’ …

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Tapion primary is 50

The Tapion school is observing its 50-year milestone with an open day, while the principal is saying her final goodbye.

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Top CEE Student Gets New Bicycle

This year’s top achiever at the Common Entrance Exams is continuing to bask in her success. On Tuesday morning, she was the proud recipient of a brand new bicycle courtesy of universal cycle centre.

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Eduval 2017

Soca artiste Sedale and telecommunications provider flow recently embarked on a musical educational outreach tour and concert dubbed “Eduval”. Sedale visited secondary schools across St. Lucia, to help promote careers in the creative arts.

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Accountant Weighs In On Fuel Price Adjustment

A local chartered accountant believes the Allen Chastanet government could have done a better job in communicating the new fuel pricing policy. News of the hike in the price of petroleum products sparked not just outrage by some consumers, but confusion about the calculations behind the final figures.

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Opposition Leader Defends Meeting With PWA

Trans Island Air 2000 (TIA) has officially kicked off its services to Saint Lucia. Tia is a small airline operating out of Barbados. Its first flight took off from the George Charles Airport in Castries on July 3rd with Saint Lucia’s delegation to the CARICOM heads of government meeting.

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Trans Island Airline Begins Service To Saint Lucia

Opposition leader Philip J Pierre is describing as ‘petty’, concerns over a recent meeting held with the police welfare association (PWA). The national security minister expressed alarm that the association did not meet with him before the opposition leader. Pierre says he was simply exercising his right to meet with …

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