PHOTOS: Squatters removed from Castries property

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    Two men were ordered by police to demolish their makeshift apartment on a property on Jeremie Street, Castries this morning at about 11:00. The property is reportedly owned by the Cox family. A ...
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      Nurses Association elects new Board

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      The St. Lucia Nurses Association has elected a new Board to serve for two years. Alicia Baptiste was elected president and Bena Labadee, second vice president. ...

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      Launch of 2015 Miss Independence Pageant

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      PRESS RELEASE - Gregory Lord Productions will be hosting its 9th Annual Miss Independence Pageant as part of activities planned for the observance of Saint ...

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      I want to remain as a friend with benefits

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      Dear Willie: How do I start? I’m a 29-year-old female who hasn’t been in a serious relationship for like five years. After I broke up with my boyfriend ...

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    CONDOM MYSTERY: “I held the condom in a tissue up to his face and questioned him”

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    Dear Willie: My boyfriend of a few years sleeps at my home and I sometimes wash his clothes for him. One day he said to me that he does not have enough clothes at my home so he is going to collect some of his clothes from a male friend’s house. (He has slept by the friend a lot in the past). When he collected the clothes he brought them to me, and all of…


    PHOTO OF THE DAY: Escape to the Fort

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    Photo of Pigeon Island, Gros-Islet. Photo submitted by Shale James Photographers – novice, amateur or professional – in Saint Lucia are asked to submit photos, photographer credit and caption to slunewsonline@gmail.com for consideration for the Photo of the Day feature, daily on stlucianewsonline.com and our Facebook page. Submissions will be published in the order they were received. Photos must be taken of St. Lucians and things St. Lucian. Note that submissions advertising any form of…


    UPDATED: Thief wants reward to return stolen bag

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    A woman, who was robbed of her purple Kipling bag containing a cell phone and other items, at the CSA Centre parking lot this afternoon, said the thief has made a daring demand. “The thief just answered my cell and asked me how much I willing to pay for my bag,” she said. The woman told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that the incident happened at about 2:30 p.m. at the CSA Centre parking area…


    Saint Lucians want reduction in fuel prices now – UWP

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    PRESS RELEASE - Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony continues to utilize his PR machinery in attempt to pacify the wrath of Saint Lucians over his act of economic criminality, when as of January 12th of this year he short-changed consumers by offering a fuel price adjustment which fell way below expectations. In the Press Statement issued today the Prime Minister is seeking to assure Saint Lucians that they will realize further reductions in the…


    Ciceron Secondary launches ‘Digital Citizenship’ promotion

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    The 2015 Ciceron Secondary School Young Leaders Group will be hosting an “I Love My Social Media” Pageant on Friday February, 13 2014 at the Ciceron Secondary School. The show will focus on sensitizing students about the pros and cons of various social media. It will also educated them about the various methods that individuals can employ in order for them to become effective digital citizens. Moreover, the group has launched the very first online…


    Victoria Hospital distribute hampers to former staff members

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    PRESS RELEASE – For the second consecutive year Victoria Hospital has embarked on a hamper drive as part of its staff development programme. Departmental Sister at the Victoria Hospital, Nurse Rita Mason said the focus of this activity is to reach out to both current and retired staff. “The Hamper drive basically was geared toward our retired persons who have worked with us and who need assistance. It’s a good initiative, it’s ongoing and we…

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    National Lotteries Under-23 Football Tournament finals set for Saturday

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    PRESS RELEASE - The finalists of the Southern SLFA/National Lotteries Under-23 Football Tournament have been decided and a champion is expected to be crowned this week end. The final match will see an all Vieux-Fort Finals as KEIN KNIGHTS will come up against BIKER BOYS. KEIN KNIGHTS booked their way into the finals with a 4 nil win over RIVER ROOTS, while BIKER BOYS defeated PASCAL JOSEPH 3 – 1 The finals is schedule for this…


    Int’l security leaders resume dialogue on C’bean counter-drug efforts

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    CMC  - The United States Military Southern Command says strengthening capabilities, interoperability and information sharing to effectively counter transnational organised crime in the Caribbean will be the focus again for military and civilian leaders from 21 countries. The Miami-based Southern Command, otherwise known as Southcom, said international security leaders who met here earlier this week, discussed the threat and ways to effectively reduce the presence and impact of organised crime. This was the fifth consecutive year…

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    UPDATED: Saint Lucian-born singer releases new music video in the U.K (see video)

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    Recording artiste, Symba Da Ninjah, recently signed a record deal with Famous Records, Florida, USA. This deal was struck not long after Symba released his most recent video “Go Down.” The Saint Lucia-born singer took his fans on an exotic visual trip. He flew from England to the Caribbean to film the music video. The video has been described as “simply beautiful” and has allowed western viewers a glimpse of the Caribbean. It starts with…


    WASCO public notice

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    PRESS RELEASE – The Water & Sewerage Company Inc. (WASCO) wishes to invite residents of Vannard, Desrandeaux, Caico, Millet and Tete Chemin to a public meeting on the progress of the John Compton Dam De-silting and Rehabilitation Project. The meeting will be held on Monday January 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Tete Chemin Community Centre. Everyone is invited to attend.

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    Trojans take five-set home opener

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    The Hannibal-LaGrange Trojans (1-1) beat the Culver-Stockton Wildcats (0-3) in five sets Tuesday night, 28-26, 23-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-10, behind 16 kills and eight digs from Saint Lucian sophomore sensation, Gillan Octave. Octave, originally from Entrepot in Saint Lucia, led the Trojans early. The two teams battled back and forth in the opening set, sharing 10 ties and five lead changes. With the Wildcats just edging ahead at 19-18, the second-year player rang up three…


    Price of fuel to be further reduced

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    PRESS RELEASE - Prime Minister, Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony has assured Saint Lucians that the prices of petroleum products will be further reduced when the next adjustments are made. In an interview with HTS News Force on Thursday, January 22, 2015, the Prime Minister indicated that the only outstanding question is the timing of the adjustments. According to Dr. Anthony, the Ministry of Finance is monitoring the cost of fuel closely on the world market,…

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    CCC workers union to hold off on strike action

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    A strike action planned for January 29, by employees of the Castries Constituencies Council (CCC) could be pushed back or cancelled, based on the current state of discussions between labour officials and their union -the Saint Lucia Seamen, Waterfront and General Workers’ Union. An official of the union who requested anonymity told St. Lucia News Online (SNO) that a meeting was held yesterday at 2p.m with the Department of Labour Relations, under the auspices of…

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    Football action heats up in Vieux Fort

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    The finalists of the Saint Lucia Football Association / National Lotteries Southern Zone Under-23 football tournament have been decided, with a champion to be crowned this weekend. The final will be an all-Vieux-Fort affair as Kein Knights and Biker Boys overcame their respective opponents at the semifinal stage. Knights beat River Roots of Soufriere 4-0, whilst Biker Boys defeated Laborie outfit Pascal Joseph SC 3-1. Both finalists have featured under-17 Saint Lucia internationals. Noah ‘Lucky”…


    Bois d’Orange Development project ahead of schedule

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    GIS - Minister for Housing, Physical Development and Urban Renewal, Hon. Stanley Felix on Wednesday toured the Bois d’Orange Development Project with members of his technical staff and the media, in order to view the progress made. The project, funded by the Government of Saint Lucia, will make available for purchase 67 lots out of 13 acres of Crown land. The development aims to bring relief to the victims of Hurricane Tomas, to create new lots…


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