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Press Release: ECSL Congratulates West Coast Jazz

Soleil Saint Lucia and the Events Company of St. Lucia (ECSL) congratulate West Coast Jazz organizers for a successful staging of the inaugural West Coast Jazz Event this past Sunday at Quantum Gardens Massacre, Anse La Raye. In spite of the intermittent showers, the event was well supported by the …

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Are E-mails being Hacked or Leaked?

In its mission statement on Facebook, United Pac claims to be a ‘watchdog’. “United Pac aims to harness the creative skills of its members in serving as a watchdog and advocacy body in promoting and safeguarding the best interest of the youth and exemplifying the standards of good governance.” But, …

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First Time Visitors Robbed Within Hours of Arriving

Two first time visitors to Saint Lucia were allegedly robbed within hours of arriving on May 5th. The robbery victims are two friends and university students. The first-time visitors to Saint Lucia asked to remain anonymous.  The two were lodged a local villa in Castries. Anthony Walcott is the accommodations provider …

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Avengers Netball Team Remembers Crash Victim

Meanwhile, there has been an outpouring of tributes for the two teenagers – Zhane Williams and Zina Anthony who perished in the choc highway accident on April 29th. On Thursday, Zhane Williams’ “avengers” netball team held a vigil to remember the promising young athlete. Coach Lindel Forde says she was …

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King Talks Road Safety

Road safety is of primary concern to infrastructure minister Stephenson King. King revealed this his ministry will be introducing some measures to reduce traffic speed of on Saint Lucia’s primary roads.

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Prominent Catholic Defends Church DSH Statement

A local businessman and avowed catholic has come to the church’s defence in the DSH letter row amid criticism from some quarters. Everistus Jn Marie describes Archbishop Robert Rivas’ recent missive on the DSH project as balanced, responsible and timely. He argues that the church is being demonized for speaking …

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2017 Carnival Queen Pageant Selection

Another truly national carnival queen spectacle is in the making as auditions take place to select the final eight who will participate in the national pageant on July 1st. Talented young ladies faced judges at the national cultural centre on Saturday to stake a claim in spots available.

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20 Years Tea-Time Jazz In 2017

The line-up has been announced for the 20th edition of tea-time jazz, staged by the Saint Lucia air and sea ports authority SLASPA at La Place Carenage. Tea-time jazz will take place on Thursday may 11th from 1:00pm. Here now are the details of the line-up for the one day …

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PWA Holds AGM

The newly elected executive of the police welfare association [PWA] held their maiden general meeting on May 5th. PWA president Travis Chicot told hts news4orce that the meeting served as the first formal introduction to the membership. The floor was open for PWA members to share their opinions on various …

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New PWA executive calls first GM

      The newly elected executive of the Police Welfare Association [PWA] held their maiden general meeting on May 5th. PWA president Travis Chicot told News4orce the meeting served as the first formal introduction to the membership.   The floor was open for PWA members to share the opinions on …

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SALCC remembers Zhané and Zina

On May 5th, students and faculty of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College celebrated the lives of 18-year-old Zhané Williams and 19-year-old Zina Anthony who died tragically on April 29th in a car crash. 18-year-old Zhané Williams and 19-year-old Zina Anthony died in a car crash on April 29thThe memorial …

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