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National Utilities Regulatory Commission Demands ‘Quality Services’

GIS:-The National Utilities Regulatory Commission Ensures that Utility Providers Deliver Quality Services that Meet Consumer Expectations. The National Utilities Regulatory Commission (NURC) recently embarked on a public awareness campaign. Previously called the National Water and Sewerage Commission, the organization was renamed the National Utilities Regulatory Commission one year ago, with …

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Grand Theft Auto Suspect Charged, Allegedly Found with More Than 20 Keys

Francis Lalanne, commonly known as “Monkey” of Balata, Babonneau on July 6th, appeared in the First District court Gros – Islet on charges for preparation for commission of a crime. Lalanne reportedly, turned himself in to authorities on July 5th. A previous police investigation conducted at Lalanne’s Balata residence in …

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CLEANING OF MEDIAN BARRIERS ON CASTRIES / GROS ISLET HIGHWAY

GOVERNMENT OF SAINT LUCIA Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports Energy and Labour Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy  PRESS RELEASE CLEANING OF MEDIAN BARRIERS ON CASTRIES / GROS ISLET HIGHWAY Sunday, July 9th 2017 The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy wishes to inform the motoring public that the section of …

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LUCELEC Investigating Lightning Damage Claims

Meanwhile, Saint Lucia’s main electricity provider has confirmed receipt of reports of damaged appliances due to Monday’s heavy showers. Lucelec’s corporate communications officer Carmy Joseph spoke to Miguel Fevrier on Wednesday.

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Team Saint Lucia For World Robotics Contest

First global will be hosting the world’s first International Robot Olympics targeted at high school students. Nearly 160 nations throughout the Americas and the Caribbean will participate in the competition. This year’s grand challenge theme is “provide access to clean water.” Team St Lucia is a participant in the challenge.

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Veteran Cop Honored At Promotions Parade

Last week, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) paid homage to veteran cop, assistant superintendent Gregory Alexander at the commissioner’s parade. Alexander is set to retire after over 3 decades in the force.

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CARICOM Grenada Summit, Day 3

Heads of government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) convened their 38th annual summit in Grenada on Tuesday July 4th, at a time of international uncertainty and complexity. The country leaders who spoke at the opening ceremony, underscored the need for the community to be ready to preserve and negotiate its …

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Flow Rewards Latest Winners With U4ria 5 Tickets

The telecommunication service provider – flow is providing its customers with an opportunity to experience carnival. On Wednesday, the company recognized the winners of its “endless everything” summer campaign last week with cash and prizes.

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