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Lambirds Academy Saga continues

The Lambirds Academy scandal rages on. While some students have been deported to their country of origin, the few who remain on Saint Lucian soil are concerned about their future well-being. Meanwhile the four men at the centre of the scandal have once again been denied bail.

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More tributes to St. Aimee

Saint Lucia is mourning the death of veteran diplomat Dr. Keith St. Aimee. The former United Nations ambassador passed away on Thursday. His friends, colleagues and members of the former UWP administration are sharing fond memories and paying tribute to the late son of the soil.

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Reforming the reptillian brain

Councillor at the Massade Boys Training Centre Calistus Jn Louis has given detailed insight into the minds of young men and women who have fallen on the wrong side of the law. Jn Louis spoke on the rise in gun violence by rival factions in Castries inner city communities.

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Fundraising dinner for SALCC

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College hosted their black tie gala dinner on Sunday, at the Sandals Grande St. Lucia Spa and Beach Resort. The event was held under the distinguished patronage of her Excellency the Governor General.

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Obama state visit to Jamaica

United States President Barack Obama met with CARICOM heads of government in Jamaica on Thursday April 9th, 2015, but it was his meeting and questions and answers with young leaders that created the most fodder on social media and in the regional press. The US President addressed over 350 young …

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Dr. Mondesir clears the air

Four political hopefuls will vie for the UWP Canaries/Anse La Raye candidacy on Thursday night. The nominee will be chosen via secret ballot cast by insiders of the political party. Former UWP Minister Dr. Keith Mondesir maintains the process is flawed.

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Trapped in the Elevator

The Lamar Building on Bridge Street, Castries was teeming with anxious spectators when word spread that two members of staff were trapped in an elevator. First responders along with maintenance staff took in excess of one-hour to pry the doors open and rescue the individuals.

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Deputy PM calls for calm amid gun attacks

Deputy Prime Minister Phillip J Pierre has openly condemned the resurgence of crime in the capital. The MP for Castries East is appealing directly to the men and women involved in violent activity to put their weapons down and bring peace to their communities.

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Deputy PM admonishes “The two Guys”

Meanwhile Castries East MP Phillip J. Pierre is responding to recent criticisms of the government by both Guy Joseph and Guy Mayers. Joseph has railed on what he says is the high cost of electricity despite low oil prices, while Mayers has taken the government to task for failing to …

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