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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Pay-By-License-Plate Parking Terminals to be Installed in Castries

Pay-By-License-Plate Parking Terminals will be installed in the William Peter Boulevard and on various streets in the city, giving motorists additional options for parking.

The new multi-space meters will help decrease illegal parking and create more parking availability for shoppers and visitors to the City.

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Cul De Sac Quarry Owner Reacts to Devastating Loss Following Explosion

The owner of the Cul De Sac quarry and prominent businessman Rayneau Gajadhar has been reacting to the devastating loss following Tuesday’s explosion.

Gajadhar says he is not in a position to disclose the facts surrounding the incident, as his company has made the plight of the injured and dead, its priority.

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Update on Investigation into the Electrocution of Choiseul Local

An update on Investigations into the electrocution of a Choiseul man over the weekend has been released by officials at the St Lucia Electricity Services Ltd.

This after emergency officials confirmed that the man was holding on to a stay wire at the time of his death.

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Three People Confirmed Dead in Explosion at the Cul De Sac Quarry

Medical officials have confirmed that three people are dead and four others who sustained serious injuries in an explosion at the Cul De Sac quarry on Tuesday have been airlifted to Martinique for medical treatment.

The incident which occurred some time after 5pm activated a mass casualty response from medical officials here.

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St. Lucia Ministry of Labour to Clamp Down on Foreign Nationals Working Illegally

The Ministry of Labour is embarking on a drive to clamp down on foreign nationals working in Saint Lucia illegally. It has been brought to the attention of the Labour Department, that there are individuals employed at various organizations here without a valid Work Permit.

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State Funeral Planned for the Late Derek Walcott

A state funeral is being planned for the late Derek Walcott.

An exception has been made, by the Cabinet of Ministers in the tradition which is usually reserved for State officials.

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LUCELEC Experts Conduct Investigation into the Electrocution of a Choiseul Man Over the Weekend

Technical experts at the St Lucia Electricity Services Ltd are currently conducting a thorough investigation into the electrocution of a Choiseul man over the weekend.

This comes after emergency officials report that a distress call was registered with the department led to the discovery of a man who was found holding on to a stay wire near one of LUCELEC's poles.

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Local Newspaper Marks Thirty Year Milestone

The Star Publishing Company has marked a thirty year milestone.

According to its publisher and talk show host Rick Wayne the paper opened here with the aim of highlighting many of the darker human interest stories that no one else dared to touch.

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Family of the late Sir Derek Walcott Issues Statement

The family of the late Derek Walcott has issued a statement following his passing.

It notes that Derek Alton Walcott, poet, playwright, and painter died peacefully today, Friday 17th March, 2017, at his home in Cap Estate, Saint Lucia.

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St. Lucia Mourns the Passing of its Own, Nobel Prize Winner Sir Derek Walcott

Legendary writer, poet and painter Sir Derek Walcott is dead.

The Nobel Prize winner for Literature died at his Cap Estate residence early this morning following what appears to have been multiple organ failure. Sir Derek was undergoing dialysis treatment.

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St Lucia Observes World Consumer Rights Day
The focus of World Consumer rights Day is being described as timely following news of the arrest of a St Lucian man in connection with an ATM scam in St Vincent.

The global observance which was held under the theme “Building a digital world consumers can trust,” was held on March 15th.

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Plans in Motion to Amend Existing Traffic Legislation ahead of the Implementation of Parking Meters in the City
Plans are in motion to amend existing traffic legislation ahead of the implementation of parking meters in the City.

The move is being spearheaded by the Castries Constituencies Council and the Attorney General’s Chambers, in an effort to relieve traffic congestion in Castries.

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Police News
A 22 year old St Lucian man has been charged as police continue an investigation into an ATM scam in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Jammy Harry, is accused of stealing a total of EC$15,500 from Michelle Williams, Curvis Lewis and Willis Pope in separate incidents which occurred between March 10th and 12th, 2017.

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Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards Recognize the Achievement of Six Spas Under the Beauty & Wellness Certification Programme

The Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards will recognize the achievement of six spas which have attained the Saint Lucia Quality Logo under the Beauty & Wellness Certification Programme.

The Beauty and Wellness Certification Programme is a three tier system, for which beauty and wellness establishments can become certified as having met the strictest requirements for hygiene and safety practices in their establishments.

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Police News

An eighteen year old is dead as a result of a stabbing Friday night at Barre Denis.

The deceased has been identified as Jamal Frederick who sustained a stab wound to the stomach.

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Senior Citizen Reported Injured in Canaries Fire
A senior citizen is reported to have been injured in a fire at Canaries Saturday that affected three buildings.



According to information, the Soufriere Fire station received a call at approximately 10:25 a.m, about a structural fire.

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Police News
Police investigations have opened investigations into a suspected killing in Vieux Fort following the discovery of a badly battered body. Police have confirmed that it is that of Virgil Roberts—a 52 year old resident of Cantonement.

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Patient Attacked at  Accident & Emergency Department of the Victoria Hospital
Saturday's cutlass attack on a patient at the Accident & Emergency Department of the Victoria Hospital not only called into question to current security arrangements at the island main hospital but has also left staff traumatized and fearful for their safety. An emergency management meeting was convened on Monday to map out new security arrangements and guidelines to improve staff and patient safety from breaches of this nature.

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More Police News
Police investigations have officially opened into the killing of a Ciceron Woman on Sunday.

Sophiana Edward appeared to have sustained two stab wounds to the cheek and chest. Her death is registered as the 17th homicide for 2017.

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United and Strong Condemns the Current Circulation of Gay Pornography Involving Children
United and Strong has condemned the current circulation of a gay pornography via social media involving children.

According to Bennet Charles the video which surfaced last week displays images of children apparently being coerced into sexual acts by what he believes could be an adult.

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