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Stop Slandering My Name

A fisherman from Laborie is pleading with local residents to stop at their attempts to malign him. Sixtus “Tig” Clerice claims attempts to besmirch his character is beginning to have a negative impact on his reputation and his ability to make a living as a fisherman.

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SLP SLAMS UWP POLICIES AT DELEGATES CONFERENCE

The Saint Lucia Labor Party (SLP) is making a case to return to the seat of power. The Main Opposition party decried the policies of the ruling UWP during the open session of the 2017 annual Conference of Delegates at the Beanfield Secondary School. The SLP leader Philip J. Pierre …

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OECS Chair Visits Hurricane Battered DA

OECS CHAIRMAN PRIME MINISTER OF SAINT LUCIA, ALLEN CHASTANET MADE HIS FIRST OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE HURRICANE DISASTER ZONE IN DOMINICA FRIDAY. PRIME MINISTER CHASTANET HAS BEEN LOBBYING WORLD LEADERS TO AID THE HURRICANE AFFECTED ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN. THE SAINT LUCIA LEADER AFFIRMED UNWAVERING SUPPORT TO THE NATURE ISLE …

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Choc Bridge To Undergo Repairs

North and southbound commuters along the Castries Gros Islet Highway are expected to face some inconveniences this weekend due to the commencement of much-needed works on the Choc Bridge.

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SRDF Wardens Receive Special Training

The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) in collaboration with the Royal St. Lucia Police Force embarked on a security training course in an effort to bring the wardens closer to attaining special police constable status.

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Dame Pearlette Celebrates 20 Years As Governor General

Saint Lucia continues celebrate the longest serving head of state in the commonwealth, governor general dame her excellency Pearlette Louisy. 20 years ago, the veteran educator was sworn into office as the first female governor general in the nation’s history. State officials converged on the minor basilica of the immaculate …

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EDC Launch

The Ministry of Education has launched a new program in the primary and secondary schools across the island. According to Honourable Minister Gale Rigobert, the Education Democratic Curriculum seeks to address some of the issues the social sciences fail to cover.

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Crisis Centre Vice President On Capital Punishment

The vice president of the St. Lucia crisis centre has added his voice to the ongoing conversation about the death penalty in Saint Lucia. He believes there are some instances where the execution of some criminals is necessary. Despite warnings from experts that executions are no deterrent and western donors …

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Dr. Honeychurch Delivers UWI Lecture

Author of the Caribbean people, Dr. Lennox Honychurch delivered the inaugural lecture of the eastern Caribbean public lecture series by the UWI Open Campus on the critical aspects of governance in the Caribbean.  He posed questions on the effectiveness of the constitutions, arguing that challenges such as communication, and climate …

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