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Northeast Coast Forest Restoration Drive

The wildlife and endemic fauna and flora of the Grande Anse Estate are threatened due to shifting cultivation and misuse of lands. The department of forestry is working with the United Nations Environment Programme on a restoration project under; “the Iyanola natural resource management project of the North-East Coast”. The …

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100 Days Later, Still No IMPACS Update

January 17th signalled the 100th day milestone since the appointment of acting director of public prosecutions – Daarsrean Greene. Last October acting DPP Greene issued a Self-imposed 90-day timeline, to indicate the way forward on one of Saint Lucia’s most controversial matters – the IMPACS report. Well to date, there …

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Mayor To Enforce City Ordinances

The mayor of Castries has ordered a crackdown on a wide-ranging number of offenses in the city. Peterson Francis made the revelation at a press briefing held in the office of the mayor on Monday morning.

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Brian Mcdonald, One Year Later

Family, friends and former colleagues are remembering the late sports-caster Brian Mc Donald in a special way this week. Mc Donald, known to many as Ras Ipic passed away suddenly on January 17th, 2016. Those who knew him best say they continue to make good on their vow to ensure …

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PM Commends Minister For Going To Police

St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is standing behind his handpicked minister in the ministry of finance senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond who is involved in a nude pics, blackmail scandal. By Prime Minister Chastanet’s account, Dr.Raymond ‘has done the right thing’ to report the matter to police. The office of …

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Families Mourn Cap Estate Drowning Victims

One man is dead and another is missing following a suspected drowning incident on the north-east off of Saint Lucia. The body of Curtis Prospere, 33 has been recovered from the choppy waters still on for 34-year-old Kieron Cornibert. The ‘ah-bah-ka-co’, Cul-de-sac community is in mourning.

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CSA Meets With Past Presidents

The civil service association executive has sought to draw on the experience of the organization’s past leaders. This was the premise of a meeting convened on Monday between the incumbent and former CSA presidents and general secretaries.

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Lions Club Turns 50

This year, the lions club of Saint Lucia is commemorating its 50th anniversary. The celebrations kicked off with a church service this weekend in the south where the club presented food hampers to a local area family in Micoud area.

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