ST LUCIA

Sister Strong making an impact in Choiseul

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PRESS RELEASE – Persons continue to advocate for increased participation by youth in their communities, as there has been a noted decline in volunteerism across the board. A group of young ladies from Choiseul have taken the lead in that regard. They have realized the issues faced by young ladies in Choiseul, and have taken Read More

Rosewood Little Dix Bay Appoints Cupertino Ortiz as Executive Chef

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Cupertino Ortiz has been appointed executive chef of Rosewood Little Dix Bay, the legendary Caribbean resort which is anticipated to reopen in December 2017 following a complete renovation. In his new role, Chef Ortiz will lead culinary efforts for the property’s three signature dining venues. He will also be charged with creating brand new dining Read More

Consistent all-round effort won St. Lucia fourth regional title

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Consistent all-round effort won St. Lucia fourth regional title
Saint Lucia – 2017 WINLOTT Inc. Windward Islands Under-15 Cricket Champions SPORTS CARAIBE – Saint Lucia won the 2017 WINLOTT Inc. Windward Islands Under-15 Cricket tournament which was played in Grenada, based on all-round contributions from both bat and ball. None of the Saint Lucian batters scored a hundred, the lone three figure individual score Read More

Consistent all-round effort won St. Lucia fourth regional title

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Consistent all-round effort won St. Lucia fourth regional title
Saint Lucia – 2017 WINLOTT Inc. Windward Islands Under-15 Cricket Champions SPORTS CARAIBE – Saint Lucia won the 2017 WINLOTT Inc. Windward Islands Under-15 Cricket tournament which was played in Grenada, based on all-round contributions from both bat and ball. None of the Saint Lucian batters scored a hundred, the lone three figure individual score Read More

St Lucia government may have to rethink dolphin park plan

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on St Lucia government may have to rethink dolphin park plan
Following the latest moves by the French Environment Minister, it’s just a matter of time before dolphin parks across the Caribbean are forced to change how they treat sea animals captured to entertain humans By Earl Bousquet CASTRIES, St Lucia — The government of Saint Lucia may be having second thoughts about establishment of a Read More

Melia Thomas is back home!

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on Melia Thomas is back home!
Melia Thomas returned to her home in Bisee, Castries about 7:50 p.m. this evening, May 11 — three and a half hours after St. Lucia News Online (SNO) published a story about her disappearance and overall behaviour. Melia, a form two student of the Bocage Secondary School who turns 14 in just under two months, Read More

Goodbye Radio St. Lucia: “Internet, television and cellphones have taken over” – Chastanet

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet (left) and Information Minister Dominic Fedee. Having accumulated over $3 million in losses plus thousands in unpaid taxes, the Government of Saint Lucia believes its annual subvention of just over $400,000 to Radio Saint Lucia is useless in absorbing those losses. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet revealed those details during his budget presentation Read More

St. Lucian photographer brings Easter cheer to the Pitons

10 months ago Editor Comments Off on St. Lucian photographer brings Easter cheer to the Pitons
PRESS RELEASE – International award winning St Lucia photographer Kirk Elliott, has for the second consecutive year brought Easter cheer to the children of Fond Gens Libre at the base of Gros Piton in Soufriere. Last year Elliott sponsored the Easter Eggs for the Easter Egg Treasure Hunt and this year Elliott sponsored face painting Read More

UPDATED: Popular Laborie resident died of natural causes

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Darius Jn Baptiste aka Apricot was discovered dead behind his house on Tuesday. A post mortem examination on the body of popular Laborie resident Darius Jn Baptiste aka Apricot, has revealed that he died of a stroke. Jn Baptiste, 50, was a beloved fisherman and painter in the community. Fellow workers found his lifeless and Read More

Fire destroys house in Bisee

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By SNO Staff May 11, 2017 A house that was destroyed by fire in St. Lucia. (Not the actual house that was destroyed in Bisee today). A mainly wooden structure and its contents were completely destroyed by fire at Bisee, Castries around noon today, May 11, an official has said. The dwelling house was unoccupied Read More