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Labor Minister Concerned About Security Sector

The labour minister is concerned about the proliferation of foreign nationals employed within the private security sector. Stephenson king expressed this concern to the media prior to Tuesday’s weekly pre-cabinet press briefing.

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Holy Week Observances 2017

Roman Catholics made a pilgrimage to Calvary during the wee hours of good Friday re-enacting the last moments in the life of Jesus Christ as part of activities commemorating holy week. Holy week observances culminated on Saturday night with the Easter Vigil and midnight mass, as well as church services …

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Micoud Teen Charged With Arson

A Micoud teen has been charged with arson, following a house fire that left his grand-mother and her house-hold homeless. The 19-year-old was on Thursday April 13th, charged for the crime, which carries a maximum 15-year prison sentence.

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Caribbean Youth Film Festival Easter Event

The Caribbean Youth Film Festival is hosting an Easter camp in collaboration with the Saint Lucia social development fund and the Saint Lucia Diabetes Association. The camp is being held under the theme – “youth and diabetes”. Participants will produce a documentary on young people affected by the disease. On …

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Goodlands Woman Charged With Murder

On Thursday, April 13th, 2017, 34-year-old Leandra Pierre of Goodlands, Castries was formally charged for causing the death of 39-year-old Cletus Edward of the same address. On Sunday, April 9th, 2017, Cletus Edwards succumbed to injuries sustained during an altercation at his residence. According to police, a post mortem examination …

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Archdiocese Weighs-In On Social Ills

The archdiocese of Castries recently held its annual march for life. As organizers assess this year’s event, they say it is also a time for reflection on the social issues affecting Saint Lucia and assess whether traditional means of addressing them are working.

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Wife Of Slain British Tourist Wants Answers

3 years after a brutal attack on his yacht which was docked in the south of Saint Lucia, the widow of slain British tourist Roger Pratt wants answers from the authorities. Margaret Pratt says while the gruesome assault remains fresh in her memory, communication with the office of the director …

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