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CUTLASS ATTACK DESTROYS YOUNG WOMAN’S CAREER

Following a very difficult start in life, Britney Charles began to build a life for herself. The young lady, who originates from Anse La Raye, was a hard-working and successful hair braider. She and her partner were raising a young family and doing a reasonable job of it. However, her …

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SLP FIRMLY OBJECTS NIC COBOT INVESTMENT

The leader of the opposition was questioned on the St. Lucia Labour Party’s approach to investing National Insurance Corporation’s funds. The SLP has stated its objections to the NIC investing in the project, which the government says will create employment for St. Lucians.  

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POLICE CAUGHT BEATING SUSPECT WITH CUTLASS

Saint Lucia police are again placed on the defensive, as a video surfaces on social media of police beating a subdued suspect. This video comes days following a video of a police-woman, brandishing a firearm at a minibus driver and threatening him. Wednesday’s video was captured by an onlooker to …

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CALLS FOR GREATER ACCOUNTABILITY FROM NIC ON COBOT INVESTMENT

“Raise Your Voice” St. Lucia is calling for greater accountability from the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) in its management of contributors’ funds. Catherine Sealys of raise your voice St. Lucia, made this statement in light of the 30-million-dollar investment by the NIC, in the Cobot golf and hotel project at …

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ONE MAN DEAD FOLLOWING ALTERCATION AT CORNERSTONE HOUSE

An attack on a vulnerable member of the community has left a man – a resident of the Cornerstone house dead. The man, who returned to the Cornerstone residence complaining about feeling unwell, following what he says was an unprovoked assault, was rushed to hospital on Sunday where he later …

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FORMER NIC DIRECTOR QUESTIONS CABOT PROJECT INVESTMENT

The St. Lucia Labour Party continues to raise concerns about the investment of National Insurance Corporation funds in the Cobot project. The Cap Estate development includes the construction of an 18-hole golf course, a hotel and a set of up-market apartments. The opposition questioned the wisdom of the use of St. …

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CITY CENTRE BRAWL MAKING THE ROUNDS ONLINE

Another disturbing video is making the rounds involving violence and a minibus driver. The incident happened near the intersection of Jn Baptist Street and Darling Road, Castries. But, had it not been for the intervention of some witnesses, this incident could have ended in blood-shed.  

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NIC CONFIRMS USE OF CONTRIBUTORS MONIES IN CABOT GOLF COURSE PROJECT

The National Insurance Corporation (NIC), has confirmed its investment in the Cabot project – a development a Cap Estate, Gros Islet. The confirmation follows questions raised by the leader of the opposition Philip J Pierre about NIC funds being used for the development, which consists of apartments, hotel and a …

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ST LUCIA DROPPED THE BALL IN FIGHT FOR 4TH UWI CAMPUS

The minister for education Dr. Gale Rigobert has for the first time commented publicly on the 4th campus of the University of the West Indies being awarded to Antigua and Barbuda and not St. Lucia. Antigua and Barbuda now joins Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Barbados, as campus territories. This …

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