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St Lucia PM sued

St Lucia PM sued

CASTRIES – In the latest in what seems to be a current spate of defamation actions launched by politicians against colleagues on the other side of the aisle in the Eastern Caribbean, Dr Ernest Hilaire, the opposition St Lucia Labour Party member of parliament for Castries South, has filed a claim against Prime Minister Allen […]

ST LUCIA – UPDATE: Explosion kills four

ST LUCIA – UPDATE: Explosion kills four

CASTRIES – Four people are dead and more than a dozen are being treated for serious injuries following an explosion in St Lucia’s north yesterday evening. It occurred at a quarry as workers welded a container carrying dynamite. Neighbouring Martinique is helping the Eastern Caribbean island treat the injured, with four of them being airlifted to […]

ST LUCIA – Deadly explosion at construction site

ST LUCIA – Deadly explosion at construction site

CASTRIES – Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Tuesday night expressed condolences to the families of those killed in an explosion at a construction site in Cul de Sac. “It is a very sad situation whenever somebody loses his life whilst working with something that’s a hazard, it’s always heart breaking when it does happen,” Chastanet told […]

St Lucia PM staying out of nude photos scandal

St Lucia PM staying out of nude photos scandal

CASTRIES –– St Lucia’s Prime Minister Allan Chastanet has refused to be drawn into any controversy regarding investigations involving minister in the Ministry of Finance Dr Ubaldus Raymond. Raymond landed in the spotlight after nude photos said to be of him and extracts of a WhatsApp conversation that reportedly took place between him and an […]

ST LUCIA – Sir Dwight laid to rest

ST LUCIA – Sir Dwight laid to rest

CASTRIES –– In the presence of regional heads of government, dignitaries, politicians, friends, family members and a worldwide television audience, Sir Kenneth Dwight Venner was remembered yesterday in a ceremony fit for the man who served as governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank for more almost three decades. During the official funeral service at […]

ST LUCIA – Matthew aftermath

ST LUCIA – Matthew aftermath

CASTRIES –– St Lucians have been picking up the pieces from a trail of destruction left behind after 14 hours of battering by Tropical Storm Matthew. Although there have been no reports lives being lost, there has been significant damage to infrastructure as well as landslides, while several roads have been damaged by floods and […]

ST LUCIA – Sandals Resorts unveils first overwater wedding chapel

ST LUCIA – Sandals Resorts unveils first overwater wedding chapel

CASTRIES – Sandals Resorts is excited to announce the unveiling of a new unique wedding location at Sandals Grande St Lucian, the new Overwater Serenity Wedding Chapel. Located at the most southwestern point of the resort, the open-air, glass ailed chapel boasts panoramic views of the spectacular Rodney Bay, is the first-ever of its kind […]

Henry defends Bajans’ role in St Lucia election

Henry defends Bajans’ role in St Lucia election

Political consultant Hartley Henry has defended the involvement of Barbadian experts in the recent general election campaign in St Lucia, arguing that Caribbean consultants who are recognized as authorities in their field should be embraced by the region. Henry’s stance echoed that of Opposition Leader Mia Mottley who faced strong criticism over her possible involvement […]

Victory bought

Victory bought

As Allen Chastanet took the oath of office Tuesday as St Lucia’s new prime minister, one political scientist accused his United Workers Party (UWP) of buying victory in yesterday’s general election. A perplexed Dr Tennyson Joseph, who had earlier predicted that the then incumbent St Lucia Labour Party (SLP) of Dr Kenny Anthony would have won […]

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