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SLMDA AFFIRMS COMMITMENT TO WORK WITH NEW SLP GOV’T

The Saint Lucia medical and dental association says it is looking forward to working with the newly elected st. Lucia labor party (SLP) administration. President dr. Merle Clarke in a congratulatory message this week, re-affirmed the association’s commitment to work with the new government.

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TRUST ELATED WITH NEWS OF RETURN OF SUBVENTION

The forlorn St. Lucia National Rrust is delighted that the SLP administration announced the Re-instatement of its subvention. The environmental and heritage conservation group has been starved of state-backed resources for five years, due to a public spat with the former head of government. But despite the return of the …

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TRUST ELATED WITH NEWS OF RETURN OF SUBVENTION

The forlorn St. Lucia National Rrust is delighted that the SLP administration announced the Re-instatement of its subvention. The environmental and heritage conservation group has been starved of state-backed resources for five years, due to a public spat with the former head of government. But despite the return of the …

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CAR PLUNGES DOWN PRECIPICE

The Saint Lucia fire service continues to grapple with more carnage and violence across the country. Firefighters responded to a number of physical assaults and motor vehicular crashes over the just concluded long holiday weekend.

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HERO’S WELCOME FOR TEEN OLYMPIC SWIMMER

Saint Lucia Olympic swimmer Mikaili Charlemagne received a hero’s welcome after breaking the local record in the 50meter freestyle at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The teenager was among five athletes chosen by the St. Lucia olympic committee to represent the country at the Olympics.

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STRAY BULLETS TEARS THROUGH HOMES, VEHICLES IN VIEUX FORT

Gun men terrorized the residents of the Mangue in Vieux Fort on the long emancipation holiday weekend. The area has been besieged by gang-land style gun violence for months. Bandits wielding high calibre weapons, fired multiple rounds of ammunition throughout the community, damaging property, homes and vehicles. Residents who are …

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CASTRIES EAST ROLLS OUT THE RED CARPET FOR PM PIERRE

Prime minister Philip J. Pierre was given the royal treatment by his constituents on Monday. Residents pull out all the stops to commemorate the historic victory of the Castries east MP at the July 26th polls. Peirre pounded the pavement as he walked on foot through many communities in a …

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PM PIERRE ANNOUNCES MAJOR CHANGES TO EMANCIPATION DAY OBSERVANCES

Prime minister Philip J. Pierre has wasted no time in rolling back some of controversial decisions taken by his predecessor in an attempt at restoring national pride. He has announced significant changes to future observances of emancipation day in Saint Lucia. Peirre during an address to the nation on Sunday, …

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