ST LUCIA

Sailing vessel sinks between St. Lucia and St. Vincent

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By CMC November 18, 2017 (CMC) – Two people were airlifted to safety via helicopter after their sailing vessel ‘Tyago’ sank between St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The marine authorities reported that a search for the two began late Thursday. Two ships in the area, the French flagged ‘Club Med 2’ and Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Homicide #54 – Man shot dead in Castries

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By SNO Staff November 18, 2017 Shares 426 The island’s homicide rate continues to soar after a fatal shooting in a Castries inner-city community. At 7:56 p.m. tonight, November 18, emergency authorities were alerted of a shooting that occurred minutes earlier at Black Mallet, Marchand. Law enforcement sources said a male sustained gunshot wounds to Read More

UPDATE: Homicide victim still unidentified

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Not actual photo of the vehicle in the story. At the time of posting this story, the authorities were still trying to formally identify the latest homicide victim, who was gunned down in Black Mallet, Marchand in Castries on Saturday evening, November 18. Reports are that shots were heard in the direction of a grey Read More

New SCSS Student Council President elected

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November 18th, 2017 0 comments M’khayla Joseph has been elected President of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School (SCSS) student council. Joseph is part of a new executive which will run the affairs of the body for one year. (New Student Council executive) The form 4 student told St Lucia Times that she and her new Read More

ST. LUCIA-RESCUE- Sailing vessel sinks – two rescued

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CASTRIES, St. Lucia, Nov 18, CMC – Two people were airlifted to safety via helicopter after their sailing vessel – ‘Tyago’, sank between St. Lucia and St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The marine authorities reported that a search for the two began late Thursday.Two ships in the area – the French flagged ‘Club Med 2’ Read More

St. Jude and the Art of the Con — Part 6: The Danger of Hindsight

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Share This By David Prescod WE stopped last week with a repetition of the plea from the Chairman of the Board of St. Jude that the keys of the hospital be handed over to him. This is the proper solution to this Government’s self-induced nightmare: hand over the hospital to the Board of St. Jude Read More

Women Footballers Celebrate Today

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Share This CONCACAF has designated today, Saturday, as CONCACAF Women’s Football Day and as a result, the Saint Lucia Football Association Inc. has developed a programme that will help celebrate and observe the day appropriately. National Women Under-17 football team. (Photo: Anthony De Beauville) In his address, SLFA President, Lyndon Cooper, said, the beautiful game Read More

Question #4 of Caribbean Christmas Quiz

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Answer to last week’s question number 3 is GUYANA.  First person to provide the correct answer to question #3 was Mrs Dianne Phillips from Trinidad and Tobago. CONGRATULATIONS Dianne, you have been entered in the draw on Friday 24th November 2017. RULES:  In order to qualify…Send answer to: quiz@caribdirect.comalong with full name, mobile number and Caribbean country you’re Read More

Chester Celebrates ‘First Friday,’ Dec. 1

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CHESTER – Tree lighting, carol singing, hot chocolate, cider, wine, homemade cookies passed around by St. Lucia girls, luminaries by local boy scouts , music, art openings, shops in their winter wonderland glory with special gift ideas, tastings and more are all part of the annual Holiday Night/First Friday, Dec. 1, from 5 to 8 Read More