ST LUCIA

Salvation Army Continues Work In Caribbean

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Hurricane Maria is passing through a swathe of Caribbean islands, many of which had already been severely damaged by Hurricane Irma, with the Salvation Army continuing its work in the region to assist with recovery. A spokesperson said, “The storm, with wind speeds of 160 mph has made landfall in Dominica, and is Read More

Prime Minister Chastanet proposes new US-Caribbean trade initiative

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September 21st, 2017 7 comments On the side-lines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has been speaking to the American business network CNBC. Prime Minister Chastanet discussed the recent hurricanes that have devastated parts of the Caribbean, rebuilding the Caribbean and Caribbean – US relations. He said recent events Read More

Chapel Hill on its way to prestige suburb status after $5.9 million land sale

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House prices in Chapel Hill are likely to rise substantially over the next couple of years following a significant land sale in one of its most prestigious streets. Leading property developer Sunland Group recently purchased a prime 2.29-hectare (5.65-acre) site on Kirkdale Road for $5.9 million and have earmarked it for a boutique residential development Read More

Chapel Hill on its way to prestige suburb status after $5.9 million land sale

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House prices in Chapel Hill are likely to rise substantially over the next couple of years following a significant land sale in one of its most prestigious streets. Leading property developer Sunland Group recently purchased a prime 2.29-hectare (5.65-acre) site on Kirkdale Road for $5.9 million and have earmarked it for a boutique residential development Read More

At soldier’s inquest, Coroner slams police investigation

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Sean Sargent vanished when he was 24. Courier Mail A CHANCE to stitch together crucial incidents after soldier Sean Sargent vanished has probably been lost forever. Who bought the Finlandia Vodka and Coca-Cola seen in a receipt linked to Mr Sargent on March 19, 1999, just hours before he was last seen? Who tried unsuccessfully Read More

Vieux Fort residents against demolishing new St. Jude Hospital

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Shares 275 Don’t ever attempt to demolish the St. Jude Hospital! That’s the stern warning Vieux-Fortians have issued to the government after it announced that it is considering demolishing the hospital which is being rebuilt after being destroyed by fire eight years ago. The hospital, it claimed is of a poor standard and demolishing it Read More

Launch of Arts and Creole Heritage Month

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September 20th, 2017 0 comments PRESS RELEASE:-The Folk Research Centre (FRC) in collaboration with the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) and the Events Company St. Lucia (ECSL) will be launching Arts and Creole Heritage Month on Sunday September 24, 2017 at the Vieux-Fort Square. The Day begins with a Kwéyòl church service at the Lady of Read More

Capri-Sun Supports the Seajays Swim Club in hosting The OECS Swim Trials 2017

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September 20th, 2017 0 comments PRESS RELEASE:-Capri-Sun, through their local distributor, Massy Distribution (St. Lucia) Ltd, will support the Seajays Swim Club in hosting the 2017 OECS Swim Meet Trials. Capri-Sun has been a major supporter in contributing to the development of swimming for a number of years and this year the brand will again Read More

This Model is Proud to Show Her ‘Unedited Photos’ to Thousands

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ROSEAU, Dominica (CBSNewYork/AP) — Forecasters say potentially catastrophic Hurricane Maria is continuing on its course toward the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the extremely dangerous Category 5 storm is forecast to hit the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico on Wednesday. As rains began to lash Puerto Rico, Gov. Ricardo Rossello warned Read More