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Senior Citizen Perishes In House Fire At Monchy

An 80-year-old senior citizen was reportedly burnt alive on Sunday February 19th after his wooden Monchy residence was engulfed in flames. Relatives and neighbours say they were able to identify the charred remains of Joseph Alcide at the gory scene. The responding fire unit arrived to a completely flattened structure.

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Human Remains Found Remote Area In Ciceron

Human remains were discovered in the deep, dense woodlands near Ciceron, Castries on February 19th. A Ciceron family suspects the skeletal remains are that of Paul ‘Jude’ Degazon. He was reportedly last seen in November 2016.

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Ex-PM On Absence Of Deputy Speaker

Former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says the deputy speaker position is indeed necessary. The absence of a deputy to the presiding officer in the lower house has been the subject of debate for close to 8 months now.

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Royalton Opens Its Doors

The Royalton is open for business. Hundreds of Saint Lucians are expected to gain employment at the upscale resort. During a soft opening on the weekend, management sought to allay fears of restricted public access to the beach and concerns about poaching.

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Tourism Minister Confident About Industry’s Future

Saint Lucia’s minister with responsibility for tourism is talking visitor numbers and initiatives to attract more tourism investment to Saint Lucia. Dominic Fedee says government is in the process of reviewing incentives and cautiously optimistic of an uptick in visitor arrivals in 2017.

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Ex-PM Addresses St. Jude Debacle

Ex-prime minister Dr. Kenny Anthony is speaking out amid reports that the Saint Jude audit has concluded that the building is not up to standard. The controversial million-dollar audit undertaken by FDL consultant’s ltd was reportedly submitted to cabinet recently. In the view of economic development minister guy joseph, the …

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PM Explains His Position On Laptop Program

Prime minister and minister for finance Allen Chastanet is clarifying his administration’s position on the laptops for students initiative. He says his comments earlier this week were off the cuff and wants to further explain government’s rationale for reviewing the programme. The prime minister called in to radio 100’s what …

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