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Commerce Value Chain Workshop

The commerce department collaborated with the Organization OF THE AMERICAN STATES (OAS) on a global chain analysis workshop. The seminar is intended to support and enhance Saint Lucia’s small business development center model to increase competitiveness.

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Court Promotes Alternate Dispute Resolution

PRESS RELEASE – In keeping with the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court 50th Anniversary, The Registry of the Supreme Court, Saint Lucia is embarking on an island-wide sensitization and awareness campaign on Mediation, as a means of Alternate Dispute Resolution under the theme ‘Let us mediate to resolve our dispute’. Mediation …

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Caribbean Network in Defense of Humanity Launches

PRESS RELEASE – A new solidarity organization has been launched in Saint Lucia. It’s the Saint Lucia Chapter of the Caribbean Network in Defense of Humanity (CNIDH-Saint Lucia),  launched here on Friday, May 19th 2017. The local chapter was established in April and a soft launch took place Friday, at …

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Police Investigate Black Mallet Shooting

Police are investigating a shooting incident at black mallet, Castries. On Thursday, Marchand police responded to a shooting call around midnight. According to an eyewitness account three gunmen opened fire on two occupants in a car at Maynard Hill. The female occupant escaped unscathed, while the male sustained three gunshot …

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PM Chastanent States DSH Case To Vieux Fort

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has doubled down on his hopes to provide a new dream for Vieux Fort. The nation’s leader sought to highlight a host of planned projects for the southern town aimed at breaking what he called two decades of neglect by Vieux Fort South MP and predecessor …

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Pro-DSH Arguments

Pro DSH campaigners converged in the town of Vieux Fort in protest on Wednesday, to show their support for the Allen Chastanet administration’s pro-growth policies. Supporters say they want to send a clear message that they need development in the south.

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Joseph Picks Development Over Nature

“Snakes don’t bring you votes”, is the sentiment expressed by Castries south east MP Guy Joseph, as the ruling united workers party sought to defend its position on the controversial DSH pearl of the Caribbean project.

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Why Are You Protesting?

“Saint Lucia is not for sale “was the refrain throughout the SLP protest march and rally on Wednesday. The SLP believes that the march was a statement by Saint Lucians that there is value in heritage and patrimony.

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SLP Bouyed By Anti-DSH March Turnout

Protesters who joined the SLP March say they are worried about the fate of St. Lucia under the Allen Chastanet led administration. On Wednesday, scores of supporters turned up in the city streets to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the party’s policies.

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SLP POLITICAL LEADER EXPRESSES THANKS

  On behalf of the Executive and members of the Saint Lucia Labour Party I would like to thank the thousands of Saint Lucians who came out yesterday 17th May to protest and show their dissatisfaction and opposition to the UWP Government’s policy on the signed agreements for the proposed …

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