Listen to our stories, news, interviews and music 24/7 through our livestream.
Wanna Hear your favourite song play again and again..and again?
For that community environment where you can chat with other fans, join our social network
We celebrate all that we are as Caribbean people and as a region through our creatively and in the process through our creativity in entertainment and information for the enjoyment of our listeners to enhance their quality of life.
The Annual School Party competition organized by Radio Caribbean International and the Pine Hill Brand at Peter and Company Ltd moves to the south of the island this year.
The contest which saw over 50 essay entries from primary school students around the island yielded three top submissions.
Rocque Charles of the Augier Combined School is this year’s first place winner.
A youth perspective on one of the world’s most celebrated leaders has come from the National Youth Council following news of the death of Nelson Mandela, who passed away last week.
NYC president Timothy Ferdinand says young people who are striving for leadership are motivated by Nelson Mandela and the principles which he stood for.
He notes that the World leader has had a positive impact on the lives of many young people in St Lucia and the region even though they may not have extensive knowledge about Mandela’s life.
The island’s Minister for Infrastructure has urged for a comprehensive plan of action that will seek to mitigate the number of road accidents occurring here.
Mr Philip J Pierre made the call on Thursday during a meeting with stakeholders and media personnel that sought to address growing concerns about the number of road fatalities recorded in St Lucia so far for this year.
Nearly 40 athletes took part in the Saint Lucia Athletics Association's Cross Country Championships on Sunday at Pigeon Point.
Road Busters, as expected, dominated the men's and junior men's divisions,
Four time Defending SLNCA Premier League Cricket Champions South Castries for only the second time in the last eight years, failed to capture the Premier League title. On the weekend they lost by 9 wickets to neighbours Central Castries in the two day final at the Beausejour Cricket Ground.
Central’s victory was due largely to the efforts of captain Jamal James who stroked a tournament high 147 runs in his team’s total of 273, and fast bowler Loic Prosper’s first inning’s spell of 8/51 in bowler friendly conditions.