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  • Dam full; drought broken

    31 July 2015
    The Water and Sewage Company says the water level at the John Compton Dam has reached maximum capacity as a result of Yesterday’s heavy rains. This brings an end to the shortfall of water at the Dam brought on by drought conditions. The inclement weather however caused turbidity to some water intakes in the southern part of the island. Timothy James Senior Water Services Supervisor says WASCO crews are currently working to restore supply in the south.
  • Heavy rains cause flooding

    31 July 2015
    Parliamentary representative for Vieux Fort North Hon. Moses Jn. Baptist is reporting no major damage in his constituency following yesterday’s heavy rains. The MP had expressed concern about a bridge in his constituency on facebook yesterday. Hon Moses Jn. Baptist is touring Vieux Fort North today to assess the impact of Thursday’s downpour.
  • Dengue alert

    31 July 2015
    Health authorities are advising saint Lucians to clear their surroundings of potential mosquito breeding sites to help prevent the spread of dengue fever during the rainy season. Dengue Fever is transmitted through the bite of the Aedes Aegypti mosquito which thrives in humid conditions. Health officials are also reminding the public of the Chikungunya disease which too is transmitted by the mosquito. Chief environmental health officer Claudius Prosper outlines some measures that can be employed by the public to control the mosquito population.
  • Walk for Freedom

    30 July 2015
    T The St. Lucia Natural Trust in collaboration with Volunteer St. Lucia will be commemorating Emancipation day Saturday August 1st with an activity called “Walk the Freedom”. The event begins in the Vieux Square and participants will proceed west along the Vieux Fort \Laborie highway to Coco-Dan, where they will discuss emancipation, the history of Vieux Fort and the lasting impact of slavery. Cyril Saltibus is the National Volunteer Coordinator and a member of the St. Lucia National Trust Southern Chapter. Organizers are inviting all interested persons to be a part of the Emancipation Day...
  • Sir Dwight on risky banking sector

    30 July 2015
    Banking is a risky business in the OECS and efforts have to be made to increase business and protect the money of depositors.   These are two justifications for new banking legislation put forward last evening by the Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Sir K. Dwight Venner.   Sir Dwight rallied the regional media in a discussion via live video stream from ECCB headquarters in St. Kitts and Nevis.   Sir Dwight said the fall of the regional insurance giants CLICO and BAICO has had a marked effect on the regional financial sector.    
  • Chastanet 'degrees' saga on FB

    30 July 2015
    Political leader of the United Workers Party Mr Allen Chastnet has purportedly released images on social media of his academic qualifications. The move is thought to be Mr Chastanet’s response to numerous calls from political opponents and the public at large to publicly disclose his academic credentials.  Mr. Chastnet used his facebook account on Thursday to put the controversy surrounding his academic qualifications to rest when he posted images of what appears to be certificates of degrees he acquired from Bishops University and the American University.

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Guest_2873: 9388 It's already happening on SLAP.
Guest_5173: Marriage is ENTIRELY a human invention. The definition can change at anytime
Guest_5173: In fact marriage really began as a barter system; where female children were exchanged for goods
Guest_4980: Mr.Daniel, Good morning to you and your guest.Great preamble.i would just like to encourage you to keep up the good work that you are doing without a doubt you are under attack by persons who cannot relate to the truth at a time in our history when we need positive debate on issues programmes like yours lends itself to just that.Always remember Critics never offer a realistic alternative to what they are critizing. BRAVO!!!!!
Guest_9388: You see its when we keep on changing things and shifting goalposts that we end up in all sorts of compromising situations. If the definition of marriage can be changed anytime what stops the definition of any other concept from being changed anytime too. When a father says no eating in the living room to his kids how can order be maintained if the definition of eating and/or living room can be changed at will. I guess now someone with a penis may not be a male today or someone with a vagina may not be a female today. It's all about how you feel now. How I see it. Truth is relative (that's true).
Guest_4980: Good morning Mr.daniel to you and your guest great preamble.i would like to encourage you on the way in which you bring foward positive debate on issues of the day.always remember critics never offer a realistic alternative to what they are critizing. Bravo!!!
Guest_5173: A cursory study of language will indicate that word meanings have changed constantly through time. E.G. the word "silly" once meant "beautiful"
Guest_5173: 13th century use of certain anatomical terms is another case in point. These words are now considered swear words. They were originally perfectly acceptable English words
Guest_5173: Stop humanizing "God". How can God be pained? Why do we insist on fighting God's battles anyway? Is this not insulting and condescending to God (whatever you conceive that entity to be?)
Guest_8043: shane could you please play me a midnight groovers song... please and thank you... preferably the one which says tout bon temps ce por en l'heur
Cicerongirl: Good morning Keisha
Cicerongirl: I love this song but not this version. Too many runs for my liking. I would love to hear her just sing it.
Keisha St. Helene: which one uh
Irreplaceable: I AM HERE
Irreplaceable: HONEY LISTENING
Irreplaceable: ALWAYS LOCKED ON
Cicerongirl: Majestic Pitons
Cicerongirl: Hey Irreplaceable
Cicerongirl: Huh :|
Keisha St. Helene: ok hun
Cicerongirl: I eh want to go to Africa. I eh put nothing deh mweh members
Cicerongirl: *mem
Johnny: Good Morning Keisha. This is Brother J, wishing you a nice day.
Guest_2021: Good morning Shelton, Because of the cost to house the the students, I really don't mind the speed at which the lambird's case is being investigated by the police. I wish it already over and the students long gone. The country cannot afford to spend hundred's of thousands to keep them here. We have nationals who have lost there homes and could use that money and shelter afforded to these students.
Guest_1230: I agree with you 2021. On another note, to me it was one of the students who used an obscenity and not Mr Foster as insinuated by the caller earlier on. I might be wrng but......
Guest_1230: We're hearing the callers clearly, Shelton. Maybe your phone has the problem.
Guest_7555: I miss Shane manning the phone lines
Guest_7555: Free uo friday is not so free up when shelton takes more than half of the show
Guest_1230: It's the MAN'S show, 7555!!
Guest_8930: great music
Guest_8930: oh my god my hairs on my skin are straight
Cicerongirl: My trust is earned. I don't care what colour or nationality you are. Once you are proven trustworthy we cool. Sadly Lucians like myself have proven to be very untrustworthy . #fightdown is real smh
Cicerongirl: Happy birthday Julie!
Cicerongirl: I was not a slave so I don't want any payment. From one master to the other. People are now slaves to the almighty dollar smh
Cicerongirl: Good afternoon by the way. Lol
Guest_5992: is the chart roon working for Regge vibs

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