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Guyana: Two bandits shot dead – St. Lucia News Online

St. Lucia News OnlineGuyana: Two bandits shot deadSt. Lucia News Online(NEWS SOURCE GUYANA) – Two armed men were shot dead on Friday during a robbery attempt at a grocery store on Durban Street, Georgetown. One of the men was shot dead in the store, wh...

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PM Chastanet reaches out to Cuba over plane crash

PM Chastanet reaches out to Cuba over plane crash  St. Lucia News Online (press release) Cuba plane crash: Damojh company ‘had safety complaints’  St. Lucia Times Online News (press release) Cuba plane crash: Black box recovered in ‘good condition’  St. Lucia News Online Full coverage

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Lu City Release ‘SA KA FÊTE’ – Featuring Grammy nominated superstar Shontelle – The Star Newspaper


The Star Newspaper

Lu City Release 'SA KA FÊTE' – Featuring Grammy nominated superstar Shontelle
The Star Newspaper
The track, titled 'Sa Ka Fête', translates to 'What's up” in French Creole: homage to Lu City's St. Lucian upbringing. On the chorus, Jean Atem of Lu City can be heard singing 'Dimwen Sa Ka Fête' which translates directly into 'Tell me what's up ...

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Dictatorship has replaced Democracy in Saint Lucia! – The Voice St. Lucia (press release)


Dictatorship has replaced Democracy in Saint Lucia!
The Voice St. Lucia (press release)
HAVE we in Saint Lucia exchanged our democracy for dictatorship since the general elections of June 2016? 'Absolute Rule', 'Tyranny', 'Autocracy', 'Authoritarianism' — these are the types of words parading my mind as I reflect on what is going on in ...

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NWU Wants Work Permit Council Restored – The Voice St. Lucia (press release)


The Voice St. Lucia (press release)

NWU Wants Work Permit Council Restored
The Voice St. Lucia (press release)
THE National Workers Union (NWU), one of St. Lucia most outspoken trade unions, has written to Labour Minister Stephenson King calling on him to re-instate the Work Permit Council, which was disbanded by the previous government. The union's President ...

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