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Decision to find new location for NCC might be made this week

Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet recently discussed possible new locations for the National Cultural Centre. “The Cultural Development Foundation had a meeting last week and they are going on a sight inspection to a couple of the venues, so hopefully by [this week] we will be able to settle on …

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NOTICE: Tourism vehicle inspections commence July 3

The Department of Tourism, Information and Broadcasting wishes to inform tourism transportation operators that vehicle inspections will be conducted at the following locations, effective Monday, July 3: Department of Transport, Union Complex, Mondays to Thursdays from 8 am – 4 pm; and Department of Transport in Vieux Fort on Fridays …

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Suspected Suicide Attempt at Bordelais

Sources say Junior ‘Danny’ Duncan an inmate of the Bordelais Correctional Facility [BCF] reportedly attempted suicide on June 30th whilst in custody. Previously, on June 29th, Duncan and two other inmates were reportedly involved in a violent altercation at BCF prompting action from the Special Operations Response Team [SORT] to …

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NIC Sneaker Day Movement

The NIC continues to focus on health and wellness. Their efforts to increase awareness of the advantages of an active lifestyle have been a major strategy in their cooperate mission to help reduce the destabilizing impacts of noncommunicable diseases by encouraging Saint Lucians to adopt an healthier diet and more …

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29-year old Dies in Auto Crash

Marlan Jacob of Mon Repos, Micoud is the latest road fatality victim. It is reported on July 1st at approximately 12:55 a.m, Jacob riding a motorcycle, collided with a motor vehicle registration number PK 5083. The deadly crash occurred in Praslin. Two emergency units respond from the Dennery and Micoud …

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Police Officers Promoted At Commissioner’s Parade

Over 15 officers were promoted during an official ceremony at the Derek Walcott square on Friday June 30th. Among them was the former acting commissioner of police Milton Desir. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) is delivering on its word of promotions as vacancies arise.

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Soufriere Police Station Update

National Security Minister Hermangild Francis, reveals that the authorities are still mulling their options on the Soufriere police station. Speaking to reporters this week, he disclosed that government officials and the high command of the police force are weighing whether to relocate personnel or renovate the facility.

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SMC Wins Us Embassy Stem Video Contest

St. Mary’s College is the winner of the local leg of the us embassy in Bridgetown video competition extolling the benefits of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (stem). The embassy continues to promote education in these areas to foster innovation, youth empowerment and sustainable economic growth. The us ambassador to …

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Saint Lucia Workers Union AGM 2017

The Saint Lucia Workers Credit Union’s 2017 annual general meeting focused on the organisation’s achievements and challenges over the last financial year. While the spectre of de-risking loomed large in the past year, officials are touting a few achievements. These include dividend payments to members and progress in the wake …

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HTS Mass Fever

HTS Mass Fever previews the upcoming Carnival activities featuring the bands, Carnival queen contestants, costumes, calypsos, steel bands and much more..

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