SSU OFFICERS ASSIST ST KITTS WITH CRACKDOWN ON CRIME

The island of St. Kitts and Nevis has recorded some 20 homicides for 2018. The numbers are so alarming, that the island’s Prime Minister Dr. Timothy Harris has called on the support of neighboring countries to ...

ACCIDENT BRINGS TRAFFIC TO A HALT

A vehicular accident on the Castries Highway involving a WASCO vehicle and an Ambulance Response unit cause the temporary cordoning off of the highway, bringing traffic to a crawl on October 16th. Hot 7 Nightly...

CREDIT UNIONS OBSERVE FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH

Month long celebrations for Financial Literacy in the Eastern Caribbean have left various financial institutions conducting activities to sensitize their members on good financial practices.  As credit unions g...

MORE SUPPORT FOR FRC

St. Lucians the world over all felt a sense of despair upon hearing the news of a fire that engulfed the Folk Research Center on March 25th, 2018. At a cheque presentation from the Caribbean Development Educati...

LA CLERY CDC APARTMENTS ARE NO MORE

As the remaining constructions built in the La Clery CDC area were torn down early Monday morning, noticeably irate and hurting residents stood by and watched hopelessly as the place they once called home was m...

THE NEW FACE OF HOMELESSNESS

Life is about to get tougher for a group of people who are already barely making it by. Marcus Day is certain of that. He wants authorities and the powers that be to fully understand the magnitude and impact of...

BUREAU OF STANDARDS MEDIA TRAINING

It was with great pleasure that the St. Lucia Bureau of Standards welcomed members of the media to their media sensitization workshop, as part of their scheduled events for World Standards Day which is celebrat...

MINISTRY URGES SCREENING FOR BREAST CANCER

Early detection of cancer provides the best opportunity to stop its spread while providing an opportunity for early treatment of the disease. Consultant Oncologist with the Ministry of Health and Wellness, Dr. ...