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6 YEAR OLD MAULED BY PACK OF DOGS

A Canaries Father Says He Wants Compensation For His 6 Year Old Son, Who Was Allegedly Mauled By A Pack Of Dogs Last Thursday, As He Waited For Public Transport In Desrameaux, Monchy. Quick Action From Neighbors Averted More Severe Injuries – The Father Is Now Appealing For Compensation.

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SHOULD ST LUCIA LEGALIZE CANNABIS

The Debate On Marijuana Decriminalization Is Rolling On. The Office Of The Director Of Public Prosecutions And The Local Bar Association Are The Latest Entities To Tackle The Issue.

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U.S. IMPOSES SANCTIONS ON VENEZUELAN INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES

[Press Release]  Treasury Targets Venezuelan President Maduro’s Inner Circle and Proceeds of Corruption in the United States   Washington – Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designated four members of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s inner circle, including First Lady and former Attorney General and …

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CARIBBEAN GRAINS TRAINS COTTAGE INDUSTRY BAKERS

[Press Release] Caribbean Grains, Saint Lucia’s flour milling company in Vieux Fort, held another successful baking training session in September – this time for commercial bakers who operate from home. The Company’s continuing programme of training is part of a pledge to not only sell a range of quality flour …

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CULTURAL ICON SERIES – CELEBRATING RAMEAU

[Press Release] The culturally rich community of Belle Vue is actively preparing for the 2018 Cultural Icon Series celebration on October 1st. The contribution of folk musician, Joseph “Rameau” Poleon will be highlighted in what is billed as a masterful display of music and dance. Into its fourth year, the …

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CASTRIES LIONS CLUB DONATES WHEELCHAIRS TO ST LUCY’S HOME

[Press Release] Castries September 23, 2018-The Castries Lions Club presented two wheelchairs to the St. Lucy’s Home for the elderly. The wheelchairs were a kind donation from a resident of Martinique Mr. Augustin Bon- Bois who pledged to work closely with the Castries Lions club by making similar donations in …

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SIGN THE JUSTICE FOR BOTHAM JEAN PETITION

Earlier this month, a promising young St Lucian man was killed in his own Dallas apartment by an off duty police officer.  A petition calling on the relevant government agencies in Dallas Texas to administer proper justice in this case has been created. Everyone is urged to sign it, so …

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BOTHAM JEAN LAID TO REST

The Final Chapter In The Life Of The Slain Young St. Lucia Botham Jean. For Weeks The Nation Stood In Solidarity, As It Came To Grips With The Tragic News Of His Shooting Death At His Apartment In Dallas. Botham Jean’s Slaying Captured The Attention Of International Media And Their …

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MASSY STORES CONTINUES ITS BREAST CANCER FIGHT

The Fight Against Breast Cancer Continues Despite One Of The Major Sponsors Of The Campaign To Increase Awareness Of The Disease Ending Its Support. Other Corporate Sponsors Continue To Pledge Their Support In The Effort To Curb The Prevalence And Impact Of Breast Cancer.

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SANDALS LA SOURCE CONSTRUCTIONS STALLED

The Proposed Mega Sandals Project On The Pigeon Island Causeway Has Suffered A Setback. Works On The 385 Suit Resort Have Been Stopped As A Result Of Legal Action By The Neighbouring Landings Resort. The Issue Between The Two Resorts Involves A Disputed Piece Of Land.

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ECTEL LOCAL NUMBER PORTABILITY

St. Lucians And Other Nationals Of ECTEL Member Countries, Will Soon Be Able To Switch Telecommunications Providers While Still Keeping Their Number. This Will Come Into Effect In The Next Two Months. The New Local Number Portability (LNP), Will Make It Easier For People To Select Their Preferred Providers.

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