The flow of traffic in the city of Castries was brought to a crawl as a result of the heavy rains on Thursday afternoon. Here are some scenes from the city.
The explosive situation on the Vieux Fort bus stand has been peacefully settled.
The Caribbean is seeking to enhance its export capacity and the made in the Caribbean brand.
Nurse educator and founder of the organisation “Be Empowered” Sherene Gervais yard has her sights on breast cancer and fighting the stigma associated with the disease.
Police are hailing as a breakthrough the arrest of one of the men suspected of being responsible for the spate of crimes in the Bexon, Sarrot and Jacmel areas. The man who police name as Angus “Bantan” Marshall is a relative of the still-at-large fugitive 19-year-old Stanley “Cocoboy” Marshall.
A St. Lucian woman is carving out a reputation for herself in the united states by standing up against injustice. The woman who withheld her name while addressing a town hall meeting in Texas, says the time has come for change to the way in which justice is administered in the united states.
The government has announced that the annual barrel concession will available as of the 15th of November. However, the public will have to wait for the decision on the application of value added tax on the items.
With the focus this week on credit unions the movement has been told that it needs to innovate or face a dim future. This warning comes as the St. Lucia teachers credit union looks back on the progress which it has made over the years and the persons and organisations that helped it achieve success. …