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FLOOD-BEAUBRUN WANTS JUSTICE IN LABORIE KILLING

External Affairs Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun says whoever is responsible for the brutal rape and killing of the young Laborie mother must be brought to justice. Flood-Beaubrun says she is troubled that this gruesome crime has taken place in St. Lucia and equally concerned about continued violence against women.  

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RSLPF TO BEEF UP NUMBERS DURING FESTIVE SEASON

Amid resource constraints, the Royal Saint Lucia does not expect to deviate from its pattern of maximum deployment of police officers during the 2017 festive season. Apart from the near record-setting homicide rate, the uptick in robberies and burglaries, particularly at business establishments is of paramount concern. The high command …

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Team SALCC GYDC are Youth Debate champions!

Gros Islet Youth Development Council (PRESS RELEASE) – The Gros Islet Youth Development Council hosted the final round of its’ Annual Youth Debate Competition on Saturday 11th November 2017. Young debaters faced off in a very intense debate under the topic: “Over the region sports over the years has recorded …

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Hundreds for Chanderpaul, Carter

(CWI) – Shivnarine Chanderpaul and fellow left-handed batsman Jonathan Carter made contrasting hundreds, as their sides played to draws in the Digicel 4-Day Championship on Sunday. Chanderpaul, the veteran, former Windies captain, fashioned a 77th first-class hundred and passed another milestone in his illustrious career, as he rescued Guyana Jaguars …

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Want Chris Gayle’s story? His asking price is US$300,000

(AFP) — West Indies cricket superstar Chris Gayle is seeking to cash in on a court case win against an Australian media group, promising a tell-all interview – but only if the price is right. The all-rounder was accused by Fairfax Media, publisher of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, …

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Spider Cup continues

(PRESS RELEASE) – In the first encounter, Twist Dominators took on Windjammer Hotel at 5:30pm. Both teams started the first half with defensive playing systems hence getting no clear chances on goal. First half ended 0-0. Second half saw both teams changing their playing styles as it looked like a 1-0 …

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THE CHAMBER MOURNS THE PASSING OF CHRIS “BUNKER” HUSBANDS

The sudden passing of former President and current 1st Vice President of the St Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, Christian Ferrer Irving Husbands, is a most difficult heart loss, one which the institution will have difficulty coming to grips with. Christian served as a Chamber Board Member for …

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Top CEE Student Gets New Bicycle

This year’s top achiever at the Common Entrance Exams is continuing to bask in her success. On Tuesday morning, she was the proud recipient of a brand new bicycle courtesy of universal cycle centre.

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Mind Your Business Development Series begins with “Costing & Pricing”

Mind Your Business Development Series begins with “Costing & Pricing” On Monday June 26th, The St. Lucia Youth Business Trust in conjunction with the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture held the first session of the “Costing and Pricing” program from its “2017 Mind Your Business” Development Series.  …

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