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CARNIVAL QUEEN CONTESTANTS UNVEILING CEREMONY

The Events Company of St. Lucia and the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) are thrilled to announce the Unveiling and Sashing of the 2017 National Carnival Queen Contestants today, Tuesday 23th, 2017 in a ceremony to be held at, The Financial Centre, Point Seraphine. The public is invited to view this …

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Commissioners of Police Hosts Town Hall Meeting

The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) will undertake a Commissioner’s Town Hall Meeting at the Jacmel Community Centre on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. The hierarchy of the Police has used this medium to strengthen its Community Relations throughout the island having held several successful Community Townhall …

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LIAT and Pilots on Collision Course

Regional airline LIAT and its pilots appear to be on a collision course again, with the pilots’ union saying that already strained relations between the two sides are now at “an all-time low”. The Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) has accused the Antigua-based company of failing to honour a …

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FLOW TO DELIVER INTERNET UPGRADE

Flow internet customers in the north of the island are in for a significant upgraded in quality of service, the next step in a move to deliver higher levels experience islandwide. On the morning of Wednesday May 24th 2017, the company is planning an internet outage that will affect customers …

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Police Probe Marchand Shooting

The Major Crimes Department in the police force are investigating a shooting at Marchand, Castries. Police intelligence confirms one man sustained injury from the shooting that reportedly ocurred in the Bagatelle neighborhood after 6 pm. The shooting victim remains admitted at hospital, his condition is unknown. Police have not disclosed …

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Marigot Shooting Victim Succumbs To Injures

A 32-year-old man has succumbed to his injuries, after being shot in the head at Marigot, in the wee hours of Sunday May 21st. the victim’s relatives say he was in celebration mode – awaiting his may 22nd birthday. the killing takes St. Lucia’s 2017 homicide toll to 23.

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PM Chastanet Accuses Dr. Anthony Of Issuing Threats

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has not taken too kindly to perceived threats issued by his predecessor concerning the controversial DSH project. during an appearance on straight up last Friday, Vieux Fort south MP Dr. Kenny Anthony issued a word of caution to DSH chairman Teo Ah Khing.

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Forget Ainswroth, The SLP Claims To Have A Letter As Well

The Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party is alleging that Prime Minister Allen Chastanet made promises to DSH chairman Teo Ah Khing, long before signing the framework agreement. The SLP convened a press conference on Monday morning to highlight more concerns with the proposed development.    

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Lupus Association Holds Special Seminar

A seminar was one of the activities planned by the Saint Lucia arthritis and lupus association in observance of lupus awareness month. The medical professionals shared information on lupus symptoms and raised awareness about the disease.

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