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CROWN PROSECUTORS, LOCAL POLICE GET TRAINED

Local Prosecutors Were Sharpening Court Room Skills In The Areas Of Proceeds Of Crime And Money Laundering. The Four Day Programme Was Aimed At Providing A Better Understanding Of Money Laundering And The Proceeds From Crime In The Context Of St. Lucia. The Training Exercise Highlighted Some Of The Challenges …

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OPPOSITION LEADER ON FOLLOW UP TO CRIME SYMPOSIUM

The Opposition St. Lucia Labour Party Is Calling On The Minister For National Security Senator Hermangild Francis To Provide Him With The Outcome Of Last Year’s National Crime Symposium. The Opposition Is Calling On The Senator To Demonstrate His Seriousness About The Exercise.

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LPM WANTS MORE ANSWERS FROM UBALDUS

On Monday Senator Raymond Who Has Responsibility For Finance And The Public Service, Accepted The Apologies Of The Two Young Ladies Who Were Accused Of Seeking To Blackmail Him. The Accused Teens Were Demanding Money And Threatened To Circulate His Photos And Texts, If He Failed To Deliver. Senator Raymond …

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CDB HOSTS GENDER EQUALITY TRAINING WORKSHOP

[Press Release] Saint Lucia joined other countries of the region for a training workshop for Permanent Secretaries and the Heads of Gender Departments of the Borrowing Member Countries (BMC) of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), in Barbados during October 4th to the 5th, 2018. The focus of the workshop was …

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OECS MEMBER STATES DISCUSS IMPACT OF NATURAL DISASTERS ON TRADE

[Press Release] The recent passage of Tropical Storm Kirk, and the 5.6 magnitude earthquake that rattled several OECS Member States directly following the storm, served as a reminder of the urgent need for resilience building within the region and the importance of international responsiveness and support to recovery efforts in …

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UBALDUS SETTLES BLACKMAIL SCANDAL

For Much Of 2017, The Ubaldus Raymond Scandal, As It Was Christened, Gripped St. Lucia. On Monday The Two Young Ladies Involved In The Scandal With The Senator Raymond, Apologized In Court For Their Efforts To Extort Money From The Minister. The Minister Was Threatened With Exposure Of His Nude …

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VIGÉ ROAD CONDITION PROTEST

The Community Of Vigé, In Vieux Fort Has Been Complaining About The Road Conditions For Years Now. Over The Past Few Weeks, Leaders In The Community, Through The Use Of Social Media, Rallied Support For Protest To Raise Awareness Of Their Longstanding Concern. Just Ahead Of The Protest, The Government’s …

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SLTU HONORS RETIREES

The St. Lucia Teachers’ Union (SLTUS) Held Its 18th Annual Retiree Gala Dinner, In Recognition Of The Services Of 41 Recently Retired Teachers. This Was Held To Show Appreciation For The Many Years Of Service, Which Collectively, Sums Up To 1 Thousand 4 Hundred 46 Years Of Service. The Guest …

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SLTU DENOUNCES CONDEMNS EMPLOYERS’ FEDERATION COMMENTS

The St. Lucia Teachers’ Union (SLTU) Has Taken Issue With The Statements And Sentiments Of The Saint Lucia Employers Federation, Suggesting That Unions Are Took Quick To Undertake Industrial Action. The SLTU’s Statement Comes At The End Of Teachers’ Week. The SLTU Leadership Believes That The Employers Federation Should Have …

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FUEL PRICE ADJUSTMENTS – 08/10/2018

[Press Release] The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of LPG 20, 22, and 100 lb cylinders have been changed. The retail price of kerosene, gasoline and diesel remains …

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