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CNN lists Saint Lucia “Most Stunning” Caribbean Island

  St. Lucia’s rugged terrain creates a stunning setting for Sugar Beach. Saint Lucia has been featured twice in a CNN report on the top 12 all-inclusive resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean. Cap Maison Resort and Spa in Gros Islet and Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort in Soufrière made the …

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Christopher Martin Closes Soleil Roots & Soul Day 1

Jamaican reggae super star Christopher Martin brought the house down as the headliner of day 1 of the inaugural Soleil Roots and Soul festival. The reggae and rhythm and blues crooner impressed the audience at the main stage venue at the Pigeon Island National Landmark.  

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Soleil Roots and Soul Day 1 is On

Kayo – a Saint Lucian born, North American based rapper headlines the inaugural Soleil Roots and Soul festival. Day 1 of the two day weekend concert takes place the iconic Pigeon Island National Landmark.

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Planning Ministry On Building Code Compliance

Deputy permanent secretary in the department of physical planning Hildreth Lewis, is calling on building owners to abide by the existing building code. The call comes as the region braces for the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. The department provides assistance in the Co-ordination of certain areas of the OECS global …

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OECS Convenes Citizenship by Investment Stakeholder Meeting

OECS Media Release Friday, June 16, 2017 — Representatives from the region’s five Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CIP) met in Saint Lucia today to explore opportunities for increased collaboration and harmonisation of due diligence processes. The meeting, convened at the behest of Heads of Government of OECS Member States with CIP …

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Mistrial in Bill Cosby Sex Assault Trial

The judge in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial declared a mistrial Saturday after jurors said they were deadlocked after five days of deliberations. The jury informed Judge Steven T. O’Neill it was “deadlocked on all counts” in a note Saturday morning. O’Neill asked jurors if they were “hopeless[ly] deadlocked,” and each stood …

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