Category : Caribbean News

by Staff - 1 month ago

Gasoline Tax Fixing Roads Islandwide

Press Launch:–  The appliance of the gasoline tax by the Authorities of Saint Lucia, has begun to bear fruit to the good thing about taxpayers, notably motorist. Many main roads across the island are being fastened by way of funding from the ga...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Stream Recognises 25 Lengthy-Serving Colleagues

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, Saint Lucia, March 12th, 2018: The main telecommunications service supplier in Saint Lucia and the Caribbean, in addition to one of many island’s foremost employers, recognised a few of its most excellent colleagues on Monday...

by Staff - 1 month ago

SALCC launches ‘Accountable Conduct’ marketing campaign

Sir Arthur Lewis Group School (SALCC) has launched a ‘ Accountable Behaviours’ marketing campaign to spotlight points  associated to accountable driving, sexual behaviour, social norms and alcohol consumption. In accordance with a press r...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Authorities Stays Dedicated to Tax Transparency

Press Launch: The Authorities of Saint Lucia is inspired by the announcement that Saint Lucia has been faraway from the EU record of non-cooperative jurisdictions in taxation issues, in any other case often known as the “blacklist.” The Saint Lucia A...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Students Hold Mass Walk Out All Over USA

(CNN)In an unprecedented present of unity and political solidarity, waves of scholars marched out of sophistication Wednesday to demand stricter gun management and an finish to high school massacres. From Maine to California, the Nationwide Faculty W...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Plastic particles present in bottled water

BBC:–  Exams on main manufacturers of bottled water have discovered that almost all of them contained tiny particles of plastic. Within the largest investigation of its sort, 250 bottles purchased in 9 totally different nations have been examin...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Man Stalked and Killed

Kinfolk of Saint Lucia’s newest murder sufferer have stated they heard stories that he was pursued by assailants and stabbed. Police have recognized the deceased as Robert Jean, also called Paul White. He's believed to be in his forties. ‘As to what...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Area to get German help for Marine Safety

Press Launch:-  Secretary-Common of the Caribbean Group (CARICOM) Ambassador Irwin LaRocque and Germany’s new Ambassador to (CARICOM) His Excellency Holger Michael signed an settlement totaling 25,700,000 euros on Monday for a Sustainable Financing M...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Antigua: PSC cops out of intercourse probe

Antigua Observer:-   The Police Service Fee (PSC) has reportedly been instructed to not examine allegations that a senior male police officer has been making undesirable sexual advances in the direction of his male subordinates. A supply near the mat...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Shutdown of Hill 20 Street

PRESS RELEASE: The Ministry of Infrastructure, Ports, Power and Labour needs to tell the residence and motoring public of the closure of Street at Hill 20 close to WASCO Water Remedy Plant on Wednesday 14th March, 2018 from 7:00am till 6:00pm Thursda...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Murder at Cul de Sac

Police are investigating a murder at Cul de Sac, Castries. A person was attacked by three assailants Tuesday night time, regulation enforcement sources inform St Lucia Occasions. The sufferer was pronounced lifeless on the scene. He has been recogniz...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Mitchell leads NNP to huge victory in Grenada

(CMC) – Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell led his New Nationwide Get together (NNP) to an historic clear sweep of all 15 seats in a basic election right here on Tuesday, making it the third time he has achieved the feat in electoral politics in Grenad...