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CABINET OF MINISTERS SWORN INTO OFFICE

The cabinet of ministers of the New Saint Lucia labour party administration has been installed. A throng of supporters were on hand outside parliament building for the pomp and flare of the swearing in ceremony on Thursday.

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HILAIRE WELCOMES NEW PORTFOLIOS

Dr. Ernest Hilaire has welcomed his new portfolio as minister for tourism, creative industries, culture and information. He was sworn into office on Thursday.

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FORMER PM CHASTANET BREAKS HIS SILENCE

Former prime minister Allen Chastanet has finally broken his silence since the united workers party was vanquished at the polls in the 2021 general elections. Not surprisingly, his first interview came via uwp media on Friday morning. Chastanet, who doubled down on his style of governance, does not believe that …

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YOUNG WOMEN FOOTBALLERS GEAR UP FOR CONCACAF

Saint Lucia’s national under 17 women’s football team is set to compete in CONCACAF 2022 world cup qualifiers this month. The squad is looking to punch its ticket to the Fifa under-17 women’s world cup in India in 2022.

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LEVERN SPENCER FAILS TO QUALIFY AT OLYMPICS

Sports official Terry Finistere believes that retirement could be on the horizon for Olympic high jumper Levern Spencer. Saint Lucia’s most decorated athlete was unsuccessful in a bid to qualify for the high jump finals at the Tokyo games on Wednesday night.

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ERROL CHARLES APPOINTED DEPUTY TO THE GOVERNOR GENERAL

A new deputy to the governor general has been appointed. The announcement comes on the heels of the swearing-in ceremony of the cabinet of ministers, and reports of the resignation of governor general sir Emmanuel Neville Cenac. The deputy to the head of state is the son of Saint Lucia’s …

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BEAUBRUN CONCEDES, THANKS SUPPORTERS

The former minster for external affairs and Castries central MP, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun has conceded defeat, thanking supporters and sending well wishes to the new SLP administration.

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