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UWP BEGINS 5-FOR-5 SALES PITCH TO ELECTORATE

Will the promise of delivering on five specific campaign pledges secure victory at the polls for the ruling the united workers party. Three prominent members of the Allen Chastanet administration proudly made the sales pitch during a media conference on the much-talked about 5-for-5 campaign pledge.

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UWP BEGINS 5-FOR-5 SALES PITCH TO ELECTORATE

Will the promise of delivering on five specific campaign pledges secure victory at the polls for the ruling the united workers party. Three prominent members of the Allen Chastanet administration proudly made the sales pitch during a media conference on the much-talked about 5-for-5 campaign pledge.

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SMALL FARMERS HARRASSED BY STRAY CATTLE IN VIEUX FORT

The farmers of Beausejour, Vieux Fort have made yet another passionate plea for the intervention of agricultural officials to help control the problem of cattle damaging their crops and equipment. The farmers say the roaming cattle emerged with the establishment of the desert star holding project. One of the farmers …

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POLICE ANNOUNCE BREAKTHROUGH IN RECENT HOMICIDE CASES

Two 16 year-old males have been charged for the death of a 17-year-old in dennery. Police provided details of break-throughs in a slew of recent high profile criminal cases in saint lucia, during a media conference on tuesday night. Law enforcement authorities are reporting arrests into the probe of four …

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FISHERMEN’S FEAST 2021

Members of fishermen’s co-operatives island-wide celebrated the traditional feast as they look to put the challenges of the covid-19 pandemic in the rear-view mirror. Fishermen’s feast marks the feast of Saint Peter -the patron saint of fishers. The set-backs of the pandemic have underscored the need for the greater sustainability …

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ORC IMPLICATED POLICE OFFICER SPEAKS OUT

It was called “operation restore confidence” (ORC) – a law enforcement crime fighting strategy to take back the nation’s streets from criminal elements in 2011. However, the united states would later withdraw security assistance to the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force, citing unresolved allegations of Extra-judicial killings. The fall out …

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SAINT LUCIA WELCOMES FIRST CRUISE SHIP SINCE PANDEMIC

After 15 months of inactivity at port Castries, the celebrity millennium cruise ship dropped anchor in port Castries, signalling the return of the cruise tourism sector in Saint Lucia. The arrival of the cruise ship was met with jubilation by tourism officials, cruise tour companies, and various other stakeholders.

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