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PIERRE PROMISES ENACTMENT OF ANTI CORRUPTION LEGISLATION

The St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP), held the first leg of its 2019 conference of delegates at the Stanley Jon Odlum memorial school on Sunday. This was the open conference, an opportunity for the leader of the SLP Phillip J. Pierre to outline his plans and vision for the nation, …

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SLU OBSERVATION OF WORLD FOOD DAY 2019

The best of St. Lucia’s cuisine will be on offer at the World Food Fair to be held at the sab playing field at Vigie. Patrons will also have the opportunity to savor dishes from other cultures as well. The free event is part of St. Lucia’s 40th independence celebrations.

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RSLPF TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE FROM TAIWAN

St. Lucia police men and women may soon benefit from training in Taiwan. The island nation of Taiwan with a population of more than 23 million, in 2017 had about 60 homicides. The minister for national security senator Hermangild Francis says there are serious lessons to be learnt on policing from the …

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MIGUEL FEVRIER RELEASED FROM BCF; APOLOGIZES

MBC reporter Miguel Fevrier has issued an apology for what he describes as his carelessness in failing to follow the orders of the court. Fevrier who was ordered to pay a regular sum of money monthly, as well as to undertake community service, failed to do both in the manner prescribed …

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BANANA SPLIT STILL MISSING

The family of Cletus Hippolyte say they have not given up on finding him alive. Hippoylte who is popularly known as “banana split” is a businessman and former entertainer. He spent many years in London, but returned to St. Lucia to invest in a range of businesses. The members of …

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