Category : Caribbean News

by Staff - 1 month ago

Aunt says Agard murder victim was ‘really quiet’

Barbara Panton, the aunt of Agard murder victim, Barry Leonce, has described the deceased as a ‘very quiet, very good man’. Panton recalled that Leonce visited her house on Saturday to place up some rods. “He got here. I cooked – he ate and every pa...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Monster quake terrifies T&T: damage everywhere

Stories are starting to return in of widespread injury because of an earthquake that shook the area on Tuesday afternoon. Buildings have sustained structural injury, automobiles have been flattened by falling concrete and supermarkets are reporting...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Low Grades – A Trigger for Concern

Press Launch:-The Caribbean Examination Council just lately introduced that over 11,000 pupils throughout the area who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Schooling Certificates (CSEC) Examination (previously O’ranges) final Might/June received no passes....

by Staff - 1 month ago

Coconut Bay hosts new job fair

Young individuals and residents in the south of the island particularly will get the chance for safe employment at Coconut Bay Seashore Resort & Spa when the Resort host a two (2) day Job Fair on Wednesday, fifth, September and Friday 21st, Sept...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Animation Boot camp ends

Press Launch:-  Export Saint Lucia in collaboration with St. Lucia Coalition of Service Industries (SLCSI) and Caribbean Export Improvement Company (CEDA) hosted an Animation Boot Camp from August 13 to August 17 2018. Animation is a multibillion gre...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Image of snoozing Chicago cops goes viral

Fox Information:–  Two Chicago cops are in scorching water Monday after an image of them sleeping on the job went viral. The photograph confirmed two cops in a Chicago Police 6111 car slumped over and snoozing. Each have been sporting black bul...

by Staff - 1 month ago

‘Restored Confidence’ takes place for weekend launch

‘Restored Confidence’, the tell-all book written by former Police Commissioner, Vernon Francois, is because of be formally launched this weekend. Venues at which book signings will happen shall be marketed on the previous prime cop’s Facebook page, S...

by Staff - 1 month ago

SLHTA funds for Rotary venture

by Marius Modeste The Rotary membership of Saint Lucia just lately  signed a memorandum of understanding with the Saint Lucia Lodge and Tourism Affiliation underneath the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF). The fund was setup  through the management of N...

by Staff - 1 month ago

Jamaica dog ban will probably become law

AUDLEY Shaw yesterday put home owners of “harmful dogs” on discover, signalling that the Authorities is shifting to probably ban them, following the demise of a senior citizen in Spanish City, St Catherine final month. Actually, Shaw, the minister of...