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NAZARENE PASTOR REJECTS ATTEMPTS TO LEGALIZE OBEAH

A Nazarene pastor has said an emphatic no to any consideration of the legalization of Obeah in St. Lucia. This comes as one Jamaican minister is giving consideration to the idea of making Obeah legal in the Caribbean island. The Nazarene pastor says any such attempt in St Lucia will …

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UWP CELEBRATES 3 YEARS IN OFFICE

The United Workers Party will be congregating at the Odsan Pentecostal Church on Thursday to give thanks for its three years in office. Thursday marks three years to the day when in 2016, the United Workers Party took back the reins of government.  

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PIERRE SAYS PM LACK ”SAINT LUCIAN-NESS”

The leader of the opposition Phillip J. Pierre says Prime Minister Allen Chastanet lacks a true appreciation of the challenges that St. Lucians face in their day to day lives. Pierre, who the guest on Tuesday’s edition of the radio 100 programme “That Makes Me Mad”, says the Prime Minister’s …

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PUBLIC SERVICE WEEK IS LAUNCHED

Public service week was launched on Wednesday with a call for members of the service to promote good governance and excellence. One component the observance is appreciating the work of the public servant.  

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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY 2019 CELEBRATED ON JUNE 5TH

World Environment Day was observed on Wednesday with a special event on the grounds of the Massy Water-Front supermarket. The day was observed against the back-drop of some very negative reports on the status of the environment and the threats that humans pose to the existence of some one million …

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MORNE LIBERTY PARK OPENED ON JUNE 2ND

The vision of St. Lucia’s first female member of parliament was realized more than 40 years later. During her tenure as the representative for Castries South East, Heraldine Rock had government to acquire a plot of land to create public space for the residents of the Morne area. This past …

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