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  • Support from 'Raise Your Voice'

    17 January 2017
    Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia is committed to aiding those affected by the many social issues threatening to derail the moral fabric of the society. This assurance was given by spokesperson for Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia, Catherine Sealys. According to Ms. Sealys, although the organization has not been recognized, it has however, sought assistance particularly, funding to provide emotional and physical support to women and children. A two day consultation organized by Raise Your Voice and funded by the United Kingdom High Commission ends today at the National Mental Wellness Centre. The...
  • Goverance classes for Govt officials

    17 January 2017
    Government officials will from January 23rd to January 25th 2017 be part of a three-day Chartered Director Programme presented by the Caribbean Governance Training Institute which focuses on best practices for effective governance.   The Cabinet of Ministers, Permanent Secretaries and Deputy Permanent Secretaries as well as heads of Statutory Bodies will attend the intensive sessions which will focus on “The Principles of Good Governance” as well as Risk Management, Strategic Planning and Accountability. The sessions will also tackle topics such as Risk Management and Finan...
  • DSH criticism "unsubstantiated" - McDonald

    15 January 2017
    "Unsubstantiated" attempts to discredit the Chinese developer of the proposed multi-billion-dollar horse-racing and entertainment complex in Vieux Fort, paints St. Lucia “in a poor light”. The observation has been made by the Senior Communications Officer in the Office of the Prime Minister, Nicole McDonald, who says that the developer, Desert Star Holdings (DSH), is a reputable international company. Mc Donald said the Pearl of the Caribbean entertainment project proposed for Vieux Fort will fit in to the government’s plan for the south of the island. Her statements fol...
  • Minister responds to erotic photos

    14 January 2017
    Government minister, Dr Ubaldus Raymond claims he is a victim of extortion as a young woman appeared in court Friday charged with blackmail of the Minister. The woman who has been identified was granted bail and is due to re-appear in court next month. In his press statement Dr Raymond, said that over the last few weeks there had been attempts to threaten him and to extort monies from him through devious means.  He said he had provided all the details and evidence in this matter to the police who are carrying out their investigations. He thanked detectives of the Royal Saint Lucia Po...
  • 8 days of death

    10 January 2017
    Photo credit: St Lucia Times It’s been a bloody start to 2017. Eight killings in the first eight days of the new year have raised fears of a continuing upsurge in violent crime.  A post mortem was conducted upon the body of Jeremie St. Martin, a twenty one year old resident of Gros Islet, who succumbed to injuries sustained during a shooting incident, at Gros Islet, on Friday, January 6, 2017. The post mortem examination, conducted by Dr. Wayne Felicien, revealed that Jeremie St. Martin died as a result of hemorrhagic shock secondary to gunshot wound to the chest. This was th...
  • Review in process at SLTB

    13 November 2016
    The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) says it's disturbed over alleged reports of disclosure of termination of employees at the Saint Lucia Tourist Board. President of the CSA, Yvonne Edwin says as the bargaining unit for the employees and the representative body, they have taken steps to confirm the validity of the information. According to Ms Edwin, the full facts regarding this development has not been revealed and therefore it would not be practical at this juncture to speculate. Meanwhile, The SLTB has announced and intent to look internally, to fill the two newly vacated p...

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