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Rotarians Host Fundraiser For Dunnottar

The annual lunch for Dunnottar School remains a marquee event on the itinerary of fundraising activities for the rotary club of Saint Lucia. The club recently invited faculty and students at the special needs school to break bread at the windjammer hotel where they raised money for the institution. President …

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Joseph Accuses SLP Of Creating Unrest

While many of the UWP members who spoke to the press outside the one-year anniversary mass were somber and reflective in their tone, Castries South East MP Guy Joseph launched a scathing attack on the opposition St. Lucia Labour Party. The economic development minister accused the SLP of a sustained …

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Bordelais Raid Leads to Sizable Contraband Bust

Bordelais Press Release SSS  2017 In an effort to achieve our mandate to protect society by providing a controlled, secure and safe environment for those assigned to our custody, the Bordelais Correctional Facility conducted an assessment of the history of contraband confiscated at the Facility. Consequently, management employed an approach …

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Flow Launches Endless Everything Summer Promotion

Summer has officially begun with Saint Lucia’s largest telecommunications company announcing “an endless everything” summer promotion. Customers can win a selection of cash and mobile prizes, with the entire promotion valued up to 100 thousand dollars. The campaign will officially kick off on Friday with flow’s “5 top up and …

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NCF Holds 14th Annual Telethon

The national community foundation (NCF) hosted the 14th edition of the national telethon on Sunday, may 28th at the Financial Center at Pointe Seraphine. This year’s broadcast featured a number of performances by local artists, as well as fashion, and theatre. It also paid tribute to a Laborie benefactor and …

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World No Tobacco Day 2017

More than 7 million people die from tobacco use every year, a figure that is predicted to grow without intensified action. Tobacco use is a threat to any person regardless of gender, age, race, cultural or educational background.

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Dalsou Denies Reports Of Firing

A former permanent secretary in the ministry of the public service has laid to rest claims that he was dismissed from his acting post as cabinet secretary. Not long after the Allen Chastanet administration assumed office, Philip Dalsou was appointed to act in the stead of cabinet secretary Darrell Montrope …

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PM Presents $60,000 Cheque To Upton Girls

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet presented a Cheque of over $59,000 to the Upton garden girls center. The center was selected to be the recipient of the proceeds from the first independence ball. Chastanet says he cannot think of a worthier cause, given the daily challenges women face in society. He …

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Fake News Travels Fast

The queen of the jungle has not been arrested for narcotics trafficking. Nicole David, known for her popular Soca tunes ‘matee’ and ‘queen of the jungle’ has sought to put to rest rumours that she was arrested on drug trafficking charges. The Soca artiste is the latest to fall victim …

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