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Hilaire Doubles Down On CIP/DSH Rejection Claims

The opposition SLP’s front man on investment Dr. Ernest Hilaire has accused the government of engaging in semantics in the row over CIP approval of the DSH project. During a press conference last week, the Castries South MP alleged that the controversial project had been rejected by both the citizenship …

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Flow Launches ‘Endless Everything Summer’ Promotion

June 1st signaled the start of the anticipated ‘Endless Everything Summer’ promotion, put on by Saint Lucia’s largest telecommunications provider – Flow. Flow customers stand a chance at winning daily and monthly prizes, including instant cash for mobile top-ups and up to $10,000 every month throughout the life of the …

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Simplyhelp Foundation Donates US $200k to Vulnerable

PRESS RELEASE:-His Excellency Douglas Shen, Ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to Saint Lucia, handover a full container of charity supplies to the Honourable Lenard Montoute, Minister for Equity, Social Justice and Empowerment at a ceremony held at National Emergency Management Organisation Headquarters on May 24, 2017. The charity …

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Micoud Carnival to Unveil Calendar of Events

Micoud Carnival Committee launches its 2017 calendar of events on Sunday, 11 June 2017 on the Micoud Multipurpose Court from 4:00pm.  It will highlight the pageant contestants, Junior and Adult carnival band costumes and more. Miss Brenda Paul, Chairperson of the Micoud Carnival Committee, says she is excited about this …

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United Workers Party Has New PRO

The United Workers Party would like to announce Ms. Kernisha Chrisa Flavien as its new Public Relations Officer. Ms Flavien a resident of the Dennery North Constituency is well known with her involvement in youth and community work and a calypsonian under the Sobriquet Lady K. She is a graduate …

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Ladera Resorts Challenges Local Business

Ladera Resort, the original open-air luxury retreat, has issued a challenge to all businesses in St. Lucia to support charitable endeavors here at home. “We believe strongly in charity and giving back to our communities, which is why our Good Works Group has for many years supported educating children, feeding …

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SLNT Closes Walcott Place Amid Budget Cuts

Employees of the Saint Lucia National Trust on Wednesday went to clean house – the Walcott House that is. On the heels of the trust’s subvention cut and the Walcott Place project being put in abeyance, the environmental organization has decided to close the doors of the museum indefinitely.

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Concern As Trump Gets Set To Nix Climate Deal

Former sustainable development minister dr. James fletcher says if the us president withdraws from the Paris climate accord as is expected, it would deal a major blow to global efforts to reduce the worst effects of climate change.  The world is bracing for president trump’s official announcement, with a sense …

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Police On New Disturbing Viral Sex Video

Another local pornographic video has surfaced online and the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force is warning the public to desist from circulating the very disturbing images. The new video has elicited visceral action, bringing the issues of alleged substance abuse, sexual deviance and the violation of privacy to the fore.

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Government Officials Hold Talks With FCCA

Tourism officials met with the Florida Caribbean cruise association to examine trends in the cruise sector and improve Saint Lucia’s overall tourism product. Perhaps the most important topic up for discussion was how to set Saint Lucia apart as a cruise tourism destination.

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Miss HTS/Radio 100 Pays A Visit

Miss HTS/Radio 100, Chancy Fontenelle got a chance to meet and mingle with her sponsors. Her chaperon accompanied Fontenelle to the HTS studios on the Morne for a behind the scenes look at the inner-workings of the television and radio broadcast station.

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