Plans for the Implementation of Parking Meters Move Forward
Plans for the Implementation of Parking Meters Move Forward
Plans are in motion to amend existing traffic legislation ahead of the implementation of parking meters in the City.
St. Lucia Mourns the Passing of Nobel Prize Winner Sir Derek Walcott
St. Lucia Mourns the Passing of Nobel Prize Winner Sir Derek Walcott
The Nobel Prize winner for Literature died at his Cap Estate residence early this morning following what appears to have been multiple organ failure.
Three People Confirmed Dead in Explosion at the Cul De Sac Quarry
Three People Confirmed Dead in Explosion at the Cul De Sac Quarry
The incident which occurred some time after 5pm activated a mass casualty response from medical officials in St. Lucia.
CBS Airs Documentary on Citizenship by Investment Program
CBS Airs Documentary on Citizenship by Investment Program
There is no shortage of reaction to a 60 Minutes documentary about the Citizenship by Investment Program that has been drawing much attention on St Lucia and the Caribbean.
New HIV/AIDS Statistics for St. Lucia Has Been Released
New HIV/AIDS Statistics for St. Lucia Has Been Released
Statistics from the UNAIDS Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS has revealed that more than 500 people are living with HIV and the AIDS disease in Saint Lucia, representing the second highest figure in the Eastern Caribbean.
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Heated On Air Exchange is Being Used to Build a Case for Self Regulation
A heated exchange that got personal between talk show host Christopher Hunte and media practitioner Dale Elliot is being used to build a case for self regulation.

Among individuals commenting on the episode which took place on Monday this week is Newspaper publisher and Talk Show host Rick Wayne who is sometimes known to be radical with his content.

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Locals Continue to Call for Minister to Step Down, Amidst Scandal
The issue of morality continues to remain a hot topic here especially in the absence of a resignation from Dr Ubaldus Raymond.

The Minister in the Ministry of finance has been embroiled in a sex scandal with a teenage student who is now facing blackmail charges.

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Locals Stage Vigil to Honour the Memory of Murdered Active Hill Couple
All is in place for the staging of a vigil to honour the memory of a murdered Active Hill couple later today.

Sandrina Joseph and Jeffery Arbella were chopped to death while they slept in their home on February 1st.

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Saint Lucia's Teddyson John (TJ) Advances to Finals of International Soca Monarch
St. Lucia’s Teddyson John (TJ) for the second consecutive year has advanced to the finals of the Lotto Plus International Soca Monarch 2017.

Appearing at number forty- nine, the internationally award winning TJ delivered a dynamic and powerful performance on Sunday February 5th, at the Arima Velodrome.

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Lambirds Academy Scandal Continues
The CEO of Lambirds Academy who has been embroiled in a legal battle since 2015 has expressed confidence about the outcome of a March 2nd court hearing, where he will face Human Trafficking charges.

Dr Iftekar Sham says he is pleased with a court decision to drop two out of the three charges brought against him including money laundering, obtaining money by deception and Human trafficking, after over forty adjournments.

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