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Hilaire Issues Another CIP Challenge

Former CIP chairman and the opposition’s front man on investment Dr. Ernest Hilaire is calling on the prime minister to clarify pronouncements made on the international stage regarding citizenship.

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New OECS Chair Calls For Region To Be Assertive

The new chairman of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean states (OECS), Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, has called for deeper economic integration and more extensive functional Co-operation between small island developing states. Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister took over the chairmanship from Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris …

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Joseph On Insurance Coverage For Farmers

Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph is seeking to create an insurance plan for Agri-entrepreneurs. The minister claims that the present insurance provider is not working. Thus, his ministry has solicited the assistance of another company.

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Police Launch Community-Sports Outreach

The community relations branch of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is putting the final touches on its annual school sports festival. Primary and secondary school students from across St. Lucia will take part in the initiative, which seeks to foster leadership, team spirit and discipline among students, under the …

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CIP Unit CEO Sent on Leave

HTS News4orce has been reliably informed that Cindy McLean, Chief Executive Officer of the Citizenship by Investment Unit [CIU], has been sent on administrative leave with immediate effect. McLean was appointed CIP Unit CEO in October 2015. Details on the reported directive to send off McLean are still emerging.  In …

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U.K Church Donates to Bordelais

The Kingsway International Christian Centre [KICC] based in London, United Kingdom on June 21st handed over a donation to the Bordelais Correctional Facility [BCF]. KICC represented by Saint Lucian national and, Pastor Christie John Baptiste, received the donations comprising toiletries and, undergarments and spiritual readings from their London congregation and …

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Saint Lucian Detained in Belize on Drug Charges

Reports from Belize press indicate a June 13th police drug bust made aboard the Norwegian Escape docked at Harvest Caye in the Stann Creek District. According to Belize press, Norwegian Security Officers alerted the local Placencia police to a cabin occupied by Vincentian national Derson Frank who they suspected of …

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Prime Minister Chastanet Promotes OECS Integration

GIS:-Through Their Collective Efforts, Member States can Create an Environment Where Innovation can Flourish. Prime Minister Hon Allen Chastanet, Chairman of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), has encouraged member states to continue striving toward the development of a single economic space. The prime minister spoke on the occasion …

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Suspected Homicide Victim Identified

The identification of the battered corpse found in a drain on June 21st has been identified by authorities. Ike Ephraim, believed to be in his late 20s, is the suspected homicide victim. Ehpraim’s last known residence was at Reduit, Gros – Islet. Ike Ephraim’s body was discovered inflicted with apparent …

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Sammy slams CWI over decline, says stars unlikely to play again

Two-time Twenty20 World Cup-winning captain Daren Sammy has blasted Cricket West Indies for the continued decline of the international side, and has painted a bleak future for the team once the Dave Cameron-led administration remains in charge. In a sharp critique of the state of West Indies cricket, the all-rounder …

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