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  • Nepal earthquake touches St. Lucia

    25 April 2015
    The Government of St. Lucia has promised  to extend whatever support it can to assist students here whose families have been affected by the catastrophic earthquake in Napal. The 7.8 magnitude quake hit Nepal on Saturday. The death toll is so far estimated at over 2,000. The figure is expected to rise.  In a statement Saturday, the Prime Minister said he had learnt that at least 3 of the students stranded here following the Lambirds Academy issue have families affected by the quake. He said the government would extend whatever support it can to the students as they seek to cope w...
  • $1.464 billion estimates to be proposed

    25 April 2015
    Members of the House of Assembly will on Wednesday discuss proposed 2015-2016 estimates of expenditure amounting to $1,464,236,000.    
  • PM defends government's record

    24 April 2015
    Prime Minister the Hon. Dr. Kenny Anthony says the business confidence in the economy is back, and his record on creating jobs should be clear for all to see. Addressing a public meeting of his ruling St. Lucia Labour Party Thursday night, Dr. Anthony maintained that his government was delivering on the last election slogan of “jobs, jobs, jobs.” Dr. Anthony said the government’s grassroots employment programmes, such as the constituency development programme and NICE were significant contributors to employment.
  • RC Church wants new priests

    24 April 2015
    The Saint Lucia Roman Catholic Church is encouraging young men to serve as priests within its ministries. This comes amid a shortage in the number of locally ordained priests. The Church’s director of vocations deacon Jeremy Joseph says a vocations rally will be held Saturday as part of ongoing efforts to encourage young people to join the ministries. Tomorrow’s vocations rally will be held in Anse La Ray and will feature presentations by a number of church officials.
  • Lambirds heading for parliament

    24 April 2015
    Minister of Commerce and Investment Services, Hon. Emma Hippolyte, has promised a detailed sequence of developments in parliament on the ongoing issue of Lambirds Academy. Four Asians are remanded in prison on charges of human trafficking in connection with enrollment in the Academy. One is also charged with money laundering. Speaking at a public political meeting of the St. Lucia Labour Party last night, Miss Hippolyte noted that the matter had been in the public domain for the past seven weeks, and had taken every conceivable shape or form depending on the storyteller.
  • Vigil for Oliver Gobat

    22 April 2015
      A candlelight vigil has been planned to mark the one year anniversary of the violent murder of hotelier – Oliver Gobat. In a statement released Wednesday, the Gobat family said the vigil planned for Saturday, will call for Justice for Oliver. The family statement notes that not a single person has been arrested or charged in connection with the murder, adding that various persons of interest have not even been interviewed.

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Shayne Ross LIVE!!!: its an open line today
cactus: Last Friday, Poleon bullied a female caller to his talk show. Women In Action, show me your motion (lol) speak to that sisters.
Guest_5980: K then... Been busy have a few comin over form Canada and Penn State for jazz
Guest_5980: I agree wit the comment on not givig directive to media on what they should do..but does that mean one cannot critic the role and performance of the media
Guest_5980: It looks like if you do it is at your own peril because they understand the power of the word the means by which they can put and almost direct the fight that requires money as an ordinary citizen...and mind you I stand fully behind them..but these days they are really having me give a second look on that decision
Guest_5838: shelton stop telling politicians to stop doing there jobs .Namely smeer campaigning..
Guest_3812: It is one thing to be sensationalist; another to play politics; and quite another to be fair and balanced. Good media people tend to be fair and balanced.
Guest_5980: casing point on the presentation of the report on the town and village councils...the media questions lasted a whooping 13 minutes...and one question that stood out was how much was paid to those who conducted the review... I wasn't to media to hound all persons irrespective of who they may be to get the information, critic their answers,,, do research and put it out there when they are found wanting period.
Guest_5980: I honestly believe that if our media does these...whenever they may be attacked or challenged unfairly, they will get the support of the majority of the genral public
Vancia: While we cannot dictate what media will zero in on, there is also an educative role that media plays. Which is why the BBC or CBC Canada have different channels. There is always one channel which is devoted to more serious, rounded and in-depth discussion of issues. This is what we lack and therefore our people are being continuously underdeveloped mentally and trained to focus exclusively on the salacious and the ro-ro
Guest_5980: When they screw up...they too need to be accountable...especially if they dare to create news on their own or use edit so efficiently that they can manipulate the message to mean something that was not intended
Guest_5980: Agreed Vancia.....but guess what, our people love the latter with a passion...jen ro
Guest_5980: Just what I said.....even Rick Wayne agree wit me by his comments
Guest_5980: Shelton sex-pose or expose on Rick AH AH....bit of levity..
cactus: For St. Lucia to thrive and be relevant in the current world order, The SLP government must stay the course against the odds, and win the next general election. Lucians avoid the concrete platforms of the UWP.
Princess 97: Good day all. :)
Guest_3812: Princess 97. Good day.
Princess 97: Hello G3812
Guest_5980: Estephan was a sprinter WASCO get it right
Guest_3812: Regarding PM referring to Fedee as a Ti Boug, or Ti-Boisyie: I saw that more as a reflection on Hermangil Francis who is a seasoned politician, who was so sure of his abilities to win; lost so easily to someone who for all intents and purposes is younger, green, and new to the political arena. It took a political novice to beat that seasoned veteran. That is what I got from PM's statement.
Guest_2771: Contributions like today's ought be given the patois treatment so others can understand.
Guest_2920: Is lambirds the first unscrupulous business place in St Lucia? Why has no one spoken out for the local victims of such practices?
Guest_5980: On the mark 3812...but unfortunately we know there are many who will not agree to that...but I stand wit u on this one
Guest_3812: Thanks 5980, I have been trying to find out what the hoopla is about. I heard it, I saw it in that context. I did not see malice in that statement towards Fedee.
Alex New York: Shanye...have you heard a better solo performance of a harmonica than that of Stevie Wonder‘s “One in my life”?
Alex New York: Once*
Shayne Ross LIVE!!!: Stevie Wonder is a genius
Shayne Ross LIVE!!!: plain and simple
Alex New York: Can I call for the Draw?
Alex New York: lol
Shayne Ross LIVE!!!: nice try Alex
Guest_7479: Sure I want a ticket to Soufriere Creole Jazz
Cicerongirl: Yes finally they're going to utilize the coconuts GOD blessed us with. This makes me so happy
Alex New York: Hope I can get some coconut oil I can stop buying from Whole Foods.
Cicerongirl: Cold pressed organic coconut oil. That ' s on high demand especially in the natural hair community
Cicerongirl: Good afternoon everyone!


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