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OPPOSITION CONDEMNS GOVERNMENT, LOCKERBIE CONTRACT

The Alleged Multi-Million-Dollar Contract Between The Government Of Saint Lucia And United States- Based Hospitality Procurement Firm ‘The Parker Company’ Will Be “Immediately” Terminated, Should The Saint Lucia Labour Party Regain Office. While Sports Advocates Have Made The Case For Better Playing Facilities, Opposition Spokesman On Sport Dr. Ernest Hilaire …

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SLP RALLIES SUPPORT AHEAD OF PROTEST

The Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party Is Rallying Its Base And Ramping Up Support, Ahead Of Its September 9th National Protest. Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre Says The Key Issues, Which Include Inadequate Healthcare And Poor Fiscal Management, Transcend Party Politics.

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GOVERNMENT PLEASE WITH INFRASTRUCTURAL WORK DONE TO SCHOOLS

[Press release] Government’s investment of some ten million EC dollars in the refurbishment of several school on the island is said to have significantly reduce the problems experienced by school as far as infrastructural issues are concerned. The annual allocation of just over One Million Dollars for the repair of schools …

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GANGS AND YOUTH CRIMES

[Press Release] As the death toll continues to increase, the government has yet to formulate an affirmative course of action to reduce the levels of gun and gang-related violence among the youth. Following from the Crime Symposium held on November 24th 2017, the State has provided limited information regarding what alternatives …

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PHILLIP J PIERRE INVITES ALL ST LUCIANS TO SLP PROTEST MARCH

[Press Release] STATEMENT BY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION HON. PHILIP J. PIERRE AT THE SAINT LUCIA LABOUR PARTY PRESS CONFERENCE SEPTEMBER 4TH, 2018 Good Morning, Let me first of all thank the many organizations and citizens who have expressed solidarity and support for the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s planned protest march and …

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ROOTS & SOUL WRAPS UP

The Curtains Came Down On The 2018 Roots And Soul Festival With Headliners Ja Rule And Ashanti On Sunday Night At The Pigeon Island National Landmark.

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TRAGIC END FOR JACMEL SENIOR

A More Than Two-Week Search For A Missing 72-Year-Old Jacmel Resident Tragically Ended On Sunday September 2nd, When A Resident Stumbled Upon A Severely Decomposed Body Near A Stream In The Community.  

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OVER 400 FED IN SALTIBUS

The Chairman Of A Saltibus Based Non Profit Organization Is On A Mission To Feed The Poor. Last Weekend, David Serieux, With Corporate Community Support, Provided Meals To 400 Residents In The South.

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COLD CASE UNIT PROPOSED

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force Is In The Process Of Creating A Cold Case Unit And The Assistant Commissioner Of Police For Crime And Intelligence Is Calling On Members Of The Public To Share Information That Could Help Solve Homicide Cases.

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POLICE WORKING TOWARDS ZERO FURTHER HOMICIDES FOR 2018

Assistant Commissioner Of Police Responsible For Crime And Intelligence Wayne Charlery Says Police Are Working Towards Zero Homicides For The Rest Of 2018. It Follows Police Commissioner Severin Moncherry’s Recent Statement, That His Aim Was To Keep This Year’s Homicide Toll Below 25. Charlery Spoke During A Press Briefing On …

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