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ST LUCIA BLACKLISTED IN OECD GOLDEN PASSPORT SCHEME

St. Lucia Has Once Again Found Itself On An International Black-List.The Organisation For Economic Cooperation And Development (OECD), Has Placed St. Lucia And Six Other Caribbean Nations, As Operating High-Risk Schemes That Sell Either Residency Or Citizenship In A Report Released On Tuesday. The OECD, Has Been Criticised For Having …

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PIERRE GARNERS LEADERSHIP ENDORSEMENT

The Leader Of The Opposition Philip J. Pierre Is Enjoying Overwhelming Support From His Party Ahead Of The Second Leg Of The Conference Of Delegates During Which A Decision Will Be Taken On The Leadership Of The SLP. At Sunday’s Convention, Pierre Received The Endorsement Of Leading Members Of The …

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POLICE RAIDS IN VIEUX FORT

Police In The South Of Saint Lucia Are Placing Those Suspected Of Criminal Behaviour On The Defensive. The Lawmen And Women Have Conducted Raids That Have Resulted In Arrests And The Confiscation Of Illicit Items.

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ST LUCIA BLACKLISTED IN OECD ‘GOLDEN PASSPORT’ SCHEME

[via The Guardian] A blacklist of 21 countries whose so-called “golden passport” schemes threaten international efforts to combat tax evasion has been published by the west’s leading economic thinktank. Three European countries – Malta, Monaco and Cyprus – are among those nations flagged as operating high-risk schemes that sell either …

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SLISBA TO HOST SMALL BUSINESS EXPO IN SOUFRIERE

[Press Release] The St. Lucia Industrial and Small Business Association (SLISBA) will be hosting a one-day Business Symposium and Expo for small, medium and micro enterprises in the community of Soufriere.  It will he held on Wednesday October 17th from 9am – 3:00pm at the Soufriere waterfront.   The Symposium …

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ST LUCIA CRISIS CENTRE WALK – “A LA WOUT SE’ TJE’ WALK”

[Press Release] “A LA WOUT SE’ TJE’  WALK – THE JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE IS NEVER EASY BUT WITH  DETERMINATION ,COURAGE AND SUPPORT WE CAN ACHIEVE ST LUCIA CRISIS CENTRE is celebrating its 30th anniversary during the month of October as it continues to take progressive steps towards making a quantum …

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LA CLERY CDC FORMER RESIDENTS SEEK COMPENSATION FROM GOV’T

Former Residents Of The La Clery CDC Estate Continue To Call For Greater Government Assistance To Help Them Secure Descent Housing. Most Of The Houses On The Estate Have Now Been Demolished, With Each Household Receiving 10 Thousand Dollars. The Residents Fear That Many Of Them May Become Homeless As …

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CSA OPENS NEW SOUTH BRANCH

The Civil Service Association Is Taking Concrete Steps In Decentralizing Its Services. The CSA’s First Out Of Castries Office Has Been Opened In The Southern Town Of Vieux Fort.

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