Russia's Parliament Vote to Decriminalize Domestic Violence
Russia's Parliament Vote to Decriminalize Domestic Violence
Russia's parliament voted to decriminalize domestic violence in cases where it does not cause "substantial bodily harm" and does not occur more than once a year.
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.
Sandals Announces Plan to Add Fourth Resort
Sandals Announces Plan to Add Fourth Resort
The Sandals brand has enjoyed tremendous success in St Lucia since 1993 when it first opened and the newest resort is to be named Sandals LaSource St Lucia,
ECFH Confirm Sale of Bank of Saint Lucia International
ECFH Confirm Sale of Bank of Saint Lucia International
The two companies have signed an agreement for the sale and purchase of 100 per cent shareholding interest in BOSLIL.
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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Speculations Abound On Fate of Minister of Finance in Wake of Sex Scandal
There has been no official word yet on whether or not the Minister in the Ministry of Finance has resigned.

Speculation is rife that Dr Ubaldus Raymond has been asked to resign in the wake of a sex scandal.

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Police News
Police are investigating the death of 24 year old Keegan Rosemund of Ciceron.

Press Relations Officer Gregory Alexander has the details.

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St. Jude Hospital Records Birth of Two Sets of Twins for New Year
For the staff of the Maternity Ward at St Jude Hospital, 2017 has started with double the excitement over the birth of two sets of twins in as many days, during the first week of the New Year.
 
The first set of twins was born on January 5, 2017 to Tannisha Jules of Grand Ravine, Dennery. The bouncing baby boys were delivered at approximately 1:02pm and 1:06pm weighing five pounds five ounces and five pounds three ounces respectively.

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Women and Child Rights Activist Accuses Local Police of Practicing a Double Standard on Issue of Revenge Porn
A Women and Child Rights Activist has accused local police of practicing a double standard when it comes to the issue of revenge porn.

Catherine Sealys says she immediately contacted local authorities when she was informed that a young woman had been arrested and incarcerated for two days in connection with extortion of a government minister and exposing nude images of Dr Ubaldus Raymond on social media without his consent.

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Coordinator for National Centre for Human Rights Express Concern on Use of Force by Police Officers
The use of force by police officers has come into sharp focus again following the killing of a Fond Mange man by police in Marigot on Sunday.

The concern is being expressed by the Coordinator for the National Centre for Human Rights incorporated Mary Francis, who stressed the need for the officers to comply with the guidelines established last year. She believes that the move stemmed from the fallout from Operation Restore Confidence and the use of deadly force by the police which resulted in the death of citizens in 2010.

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