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Thu, 03 Sep 2015

What’s wrong with the Constitution?

Left: Prime Minister Kenny Anthony  says the Suzie d’Auvergne report is a product of the times. Right:  Rick Wayne shared with TALK viewers on Thursday evening his take on the constitution reform proposals.

On this week’s TALK with Rick Wayne (DBS), the host sought to focus on some of the House contributions two days earlier. Zoning in on prime minister Kenny Anthony, Wayne said there was something the prime minister had said on … Continue reading

In the eyes of some St. Lucia is a slave plantation!

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Never mind the posthumous praise heaped on the departed Justice Suzie d’Auvergne and the ostentatious congratulations offered her surviving team, it seems the report they submitted fell far short of the official expectation—at any rate, judging by the televised House … Continue reading

Family of Slain Man Questions Post Mortem

The family of a man who was shot and killed by police say that they are not satisfied with the results of the post mortem and the fact that they were not allowed to be present when it was done. … Continue reading

Heineken Green Synergy Crowns 2015 Champion DJ Sunday

DJ Scratchmaster is here for Heineken Green Synergy Sunday.

The 2015 Heineken Green Synergy summer long DJ competition will climax this Sunday August 30 when the final showdown takes place at Fond D’or, Dennery. There, 12 DJs will be seeking to wrest the crown off the head of DJ … Continue reading

The Landings Supports Community Outreach Grooming Service Project

GM of the Landings Kathleen Taylor presenting check to Cutty Ranks.

The Landings has come to the assistance of a popular city barber Cutty Ranks, who a few years ago started a community outreach project across the island. The initiative is aimed at offering grooming services to schoolboys free of charge. … Continue reading

Government and Opposition Reach Out To Dominica

Several vehicles were washed away in the floods.

Tropical Storm Erika turned deadly on Thursday leaving at least twelve people dead and several others injured in its aftermath in Dominica. Among those confirmed dead were a blind elderly man and two children in southeastern Dominica, and another man … Continue reading

Fond Doux Plantation & Resort congratulates “Eroline Foods” on capturing the ‘Top Retailer” award from SLISBA

Eroline Foods in Soufriere.

Eroline Foods was awarded the “Top Retailer “ of the year during the St. Lucia Industrial and Small Business Association (SLISBA) Awards presentation which took place at the Coconut Bay Resort and Spa on Saturday, celebrating the best in small, … Continue reading

Digicel Changes the Lives of St. Lucians with a RED HOT Summer

As Digicel continues on with its promise of delivering the best value to its customers daily through its promotions, more St. Lucians increasingly are celebrating the benefits of being part of the Digicel family. With Digicel’s huge summer promotion, RED … Continue reading

SAINT LUCIANS IN CANADA ASSIST YOUNG ORPHAN

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Prime Minister and Member of Parliament for Vieux Fort South, Dr. Kenny D. Anthony joined Vieux Fort mayor, Winall Joshua, for a special presentation ceremony at the Vieux Fort South Constituency Council Office on Wednesday, August 20, 2015. Born in … Continue reading

Principal blames tuition increases on VAT

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The Saint Lucia National Student’s Council is rallying support from the Students Council of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College over what has been described as unfair increases in school fees. In a press release issued Tuesday August 25, the … Continue reading

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