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  • Zouks win back-to-back

    23 July 2016
    Darren Sammy continue his dream run Saturday in the home games of the CLP T20 at the venue officially named in his honour. He took three wickets for just 18 runs to limited the Barbados Tridents to 137 for 8 in their 20 overs, leaving the Zouks 138 to win. A brief shower reduced the Zouks winning target to 131, which thet achieved with seven wickets standing. On Thursday, the day on which the Beausejour Cricket Ground was renamed in his honour, Sammy scored a hurricane 59 against the Patroits to pump up the zouks, who must win all four games here to qualify for the next round of the CPLT20...
  • Agnes Francis SLTB Chairperson

    22 July 2016
    Minister for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Honourable Dominic Fedee is lamenting the state of the Tourism Industry in Saint Lucia. His sentiments were expressed Thursday, while presenting the new directors of the Saint Lucia Tourist Board to members of the media.  According to Mr. Fedee, the appointment of the new board comes at a time when the local tourism industry is facing very trying times. He indicated that the figures at present paint a very gloomy picture regarding the performance and development of the tourism industry in Saint Lucia. Mr Fedee also made reference to...
  • Jehovah’s Witnesses discuss loyalty

    22 July 2016
    Hundreds of local Jehovah’s Witnesses are today (Friday) starting the first in a series of three-day regional conventions under the theme ‘Remain Loyal to Jehovah’, at their assembly hall at Bexon.   The conventions have a set format that includes 49 presentations, each exploring the theme ‘loyalty.’   The Witnesses have prepared 35 video segments specifically for the programme, plus two short films that will be shown on the Saturday and Sunday of each weekend.   The second convention will be held from July 29-31.   Each day, the morning and afternoon sessions wil...
  • Rising Soufriere earns academic grant

    22 July 2016
    A young resident of Soufriere, Keisha Gustave, is the recipient of a donation to assist her with her studies in Taiwan.     Keisha was on Thursday handed a cheque by a sponsor who wished to remain anonymous.    According to the sponsor, “We are delighted to be in a position to help the most deserving people in our community. Keisha has done well and her efforts must be supported by members of the community.  We wish her well in her studies and look forward to her returning to serve her country.”   Keisha Gustave is the daughter of Francisca Gustave and dec...
  • Historic day for St. Lucia Sports

    21 July 2016
    St Lucia’s national pride will receive a boost today when an important landmark will be officially renamed in honour of the achievements of international sportsman Darren Garvey Sammy.   The ceremony will precede the start of the St. Lucia leg of the Caribbean Premier League T20 tournament, which will feature Sammy, and his compatriot and West Indies Team mate Johnson Charles, who will also have one of the stands at the grounds re-named in his honour.   Sammy is the first son-on-the-soil to play for the West Indies test cricket team. He has gone on to captain the Windies in the...
  • PM attends OECS Assembly

    21 July 2016
    Prime Minister Hon. Allen M. Chastanet is currently in Antigua & Barbuda attending the meeting of the monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB).   Yesterday, Mr Chastanet attended the OECS Assembly at the National Parliament of Antigua and Barbuda -- the first such meeting since 2012.    The Assembly attended to a very short agenda, which included the election of the Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the OECS Assembly; and the tabling by Mr Chastanet of a motion on climate change.     The OECS Assembly comprises Members who are representativ...