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    Lambirds Academy CEO charged with money laundering

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    One of four men arrested and charged for the offence of human trafficking in connection with the Lambirds Academy controversy has been slapped with another charge. The Royal Saint Lucia Police ...
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      Saint Lucia and West Indies allrounder Darren Sammy has agreed a short-term deal with Nottinghamshire to play in this season’s NatWest T20 Blast. Sammy, West ...

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      Nick Elibox starred with bat and ball as Castries Comprehensive beat Sir Arthur Lewis Community College in the Ministry of Youth Development and Sports Massy United ...

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      Did you know in 1893 Dennery Village was described as the most beautiful place on the seaside?  (Believe it or not Dennery is still the most beautiful village on ...

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    St. Lucy’s Home benefits from donation

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    PRESS RELEASE – In keeping with the mandate of the organization to help the less fortunate, members of the Hyacinth Family Foundation assembled at the St. Lucy’s Home, Bishop’s Gap, Castries, on Saturday February 21st to help alleviate the plight of the residents. Family member, Mrs. Jane Augustin, presented the Home with much needed food and supplies on behalf of the Foundation, which included condiments, vegetables, rice, toilet paper, and bath soap. In handing over…

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    SDA church launches evangelistic campaign

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    PRESS RELEASE – Mindful of the numerous social and economic challenges facing our families, communities and nation at this time, the Micoud Ebenezer Seventh Day Adventists Church is embarking on an ongoing community evangelistic campaign with the aim of bringing the light of God to man as the only hope. In recent times our nation has been seized by various manifestations and developments which stand as a menace to our peace and stability as a…

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    One injured after two-vehicle accident in Laborie

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    One person has been injured as a result of an accident that occurred in Laborie at about 13:50.pm., police officials have confirmed. Reports are that a Honda motor car registration number PE 3117 overtook a Toyota motor car registration number PK 5116, hitting the right (front) fender of the Toyota vehicle. This caused the lone occupant of the Toyota car to be trapped, sustaining injuries to his body. He was later removed from the vehicle…

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    Saint Lucia to observe World Glaucoma Week

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    PRESS RELEASE – The St. Lucia Glaucoma Association would be celebrating its week of activities from the 5th- 13th of March. Theme: “Your eyes, your business Lets beat Glaucoma.” The activities are as follows: -6th March- Fund raising Bar-B-Que-5p.m onwards -7th March- Games extravaganza-3.30p.m -8th March- Church Service- 9.30 a.m -9th March – Talk at Marchand Combine-The Salvation Army -11th March- Talk at Ciceron Combined School -13th March- Seminar 9a.m-12.00p.m -14th March-Sensitization Walk in the…

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    Independence table tennis concludes

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    The Independence Day Classic Table Tennis Championships continued over the weekend at the Beausejour Indoor facility. Zoya Jn Marie of Ave Maria Girls Primary, Abigail Nicholas, Mia George and Joanna Theodore, all of St Joseph’s Convent, contested the girls under 13 semifinals. Nicholas dismissed Theodore in straight sets 11-8, 11-3, 11-3. George whitewashed Jn Marie in straight sets, 11-4, 11-5, 11-9. The all-SJC final saw Mia George beating Abigail Nicholas 11-6, 15-13, 11-3 to win…

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    The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats men’s tennis team snapped a five-match losing streak on Sunday, with a 7-2 decision over St Thomas. It was the second victory this season for BCU, against five losses. Saint Lucian sophomore Kevin Deligny was instrumental in the win. He won at number 4, beating Joshua Rosner 6-1, 6-3. He also teamed up with Walid Gtari to win the number one doubles match 8-4 over Juan Bravo and Grover Ordonez. In other…

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    PRESS RELEASE – Financial Investment and Consultancy Services Limited, founded by George and Lusca Theophilus celebrated its 23rd anniversary on February 24th this year. Financial genius and FICS co-founder George Theophilus was born in Caffeire Choiseul but his mother moved from the interior to the Choiseul coast where she engaged in a number of entrepreneurial activities. The entrepreneurial gene was inherited from his mother and father, but it was mainly his mother who helped hone…

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    Nurses selected to work in Trinidad and Tobago still unemployed

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    Six months after 19 local nurses were selected to work in Trinidad and Tobago, they are yet to leave the country and remain unemployed. St. Lucia News Online (SNO) understands that the Victoria Hospital contacted the successful candidates and told them to apply to do sessional nursing, but only five of them were selected. SNO spoke with three of the nurses who asked not to be named. The nurses said they are all disappointed that…

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    Minibus hits car with baby and 8-year-old on board, but does not stop

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    A Bonneterre resident is still in disbelief after experiencing a heartless hit-and-run incident on Wednesday, March 4 in Rodney Bay, Gros-Islet in which a white minibus drove into the back of her car with her children, an eight-month-old boy and an eight-year-old girl, on board. The Caucasian woman, who prefers not to use her name out of privacy and security reasons, told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) the accident occurred around 5:30 p.m. near the…

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    Saint Lucia qualifies for Pan Am Beach Volleyball

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    Saint Lucia’s senior Men’s National Beach Volleyball Team, Julian Bissette and Joseph Clercent, has qualified for the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada. In 2014, Saint Lucia playing relatively few North American, Central American and Caribbean (NORCECA) Tour Events, but Joe and Julian’s exploits in 2012 and 2013 were sufficient to ensure that they qualified for this prestigious event. Beach volleyball was Saint Lucia’s first team sport to qualify for an international multi-sport competition,…

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    PM Anthony calls for WICB review

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    According to reports in the regional media, Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Kenny Anthony says that all the players who quit the tour of India in October last year should have been fired. “For my part, I would have started with a new fresh team,” said Anthony, quoted in the Trinidad Express following his lecture earlier this week at the CARICOM Leaders series on the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies. The…

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    St Lucia looks to diaspora to market tourism industry

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    CARIBBEAN JOURNAL – St Lucia is looking to strengthen ties with its diaspora community to boost the country’s tourism sector. The St Lucia Tourist Board has launched a new programme called “Se San Nou,” ours, designed to boost ties with St Lucians abroad. The goal is to tap into the diaspora community to create a network of “tourism ambassadors.” The SLTB said it would be offering training for members of the diaspora to become “Diaspora…

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    SLBF Independence tournament on

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    PRESS RELEASE – The rescheduled first ever FIBA Endorsed 3×3 basketball in the Caribbean is all geared to tipoff as previously advertised this coming Sunday March 8th, at the Vigie Multipurpose Sports Complex from 9am. The Saint Lucia Basketball Federation (SLBF) in collaboration with presenting sponsor KFC is finalizing preparations to host the most significant 3×3 event to be hosted on island. According to President of the St. Lucia Basketball Federation Mr. Leslie Collymore “it’s…

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    24-hour security for Dennery Hospital

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    PRESS RELEASE – The Ministry of Health, Wellness, Human Services and Gender Relation has provided an updated on a promise made to staff and clients of the Dennery Hospital following a violent altercations on the premises of the Hospital on Friday February 6th. Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Elda Michel announced that in keeping with pronouncements made by the Minister for Health security arrangements have been put in place immediately to ensure…

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    Stranded foreigners say Lambirds Academy was approved by Education ministry

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    As investigations into the alleged human trafficking case continue, the group of stranded foreigners is now accusing the Government of Saint Lucia of trying to cover their tracks. St. Lucia News Online (SNO) understands that the foreigners have now provided the police with a document to show that Minister of Education Dr. Robert Lewis allegedly gave approval for the Academy to operate. The alleged permit bears the minister’s signature and was issued to the Lambirds…

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