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  • Petrol up by 64 cents

    26 May 2015
    Motorists are now paying twelve dollars and seventy-seven cents a gallon for gasoline today. The price moved up by sixty-four cents when the latest adjustments in fuel prices were announced on Monday. Diesel has also increased by thirty cents and there has been a slight increase in kerosene.There has been a decrease in the price of bulk LPG and the one hundred pound cylinder of cooking gas which has gone down by four dollars and twenty-eight cents. The price of the twenty and twenty-two pound cylinders of cooking gas remains unchanged. The next fuel price adjustments will be made on Mond...
  • New rules for WASCO dredging fees

    26 May 2015
    The National Water and Sewerage Commission is moving to strengthen the supervision of payments made towards the dredging of the John Compton dam. St Lucians are paying around ten percent on their monthly water bills to WASCO to help clean up silt that has built up in the dam. The Commission has released additional conditions for managing those “Dredging Fees”. The new conditions went into effect last week Monday. The National Water and Sewerage Commission is the agency responsible for regulating the delivery of water and sewerage services in Saint Lucia. 
  • Lucelec explains blackout

    26 May 2015
    For more than three hours this morning, St Lucia was plunged into darkness. The power blackout began around 2:15 and lasted until 5:30 when service was fully restored across the island. LUCELEC says it was caused by a faulty generator at its Cul De Sac power station. It says some of the systems designed to prevent a nationwide blackout appears to have failed. Goodwin D’Auvergne is LUCELEC’s Chief Engineer. LUCELEC says further investigations into the root cause of the shutdown are continuing.
  • Carnival floodgates open

    24 May 2015
    The carnival season officially opens tomorrow with a promised celebration of music and colour at Samaan’s Park today. Director of Carnival, Mr Teddy Francis, says that many of the stakeholders of carnival appear to be focused this year and the Carnival Planning and Management Agency (CPMA) is anticipating a fantastic start to ‘Mas 2015’. Mr Francis says today’s launch will open the floodgates into eight weeks of intense carnival fetes, competitions and a celebration of music, color and creativity. Carnival Bands will seize the opportunity to showcase their costumes, themes and fetes for 2...
  • The country benefited' - Sen. Tobierre

    24 May 2015
    Government Senator, Debra Tobierre, has responded to  opposition pot-shots that the Construction Stimulus programme some two years ago was designed to benefit her Vieux Fort-based hardware store, “True Value”. Under the Construction Stimulus the government partnered with firms to reduce prices to consumers on selected building materials. The claims were repeated sarcastically during senate debate on the Appropriations Bill. But Senator Tobierre called the remarks “malicious and “misinformation’.
  • Minister reports progress at Registry

    24 May 2015
    Increased revenue collection was among the many positive developments in the review of the last financial year, with the ministry of legal affairs making a contribution. Presenting the Appropriations Bill in the Senate, leader of Government Business, Senator Victor Phillip LaCorbiniere, said his ministry has shown increases in revenue collection, thanks to improvements at the Registry of Civil Status. Senator Lacorbiniere also reported a significant growth in the number of records processed at the civil status registry.

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Alex New York: CG...should we complain about traffic, or how far JFK is?
Alex New York: Al h-UK....There is much "real estate" there to develop the "city"...which lack space for expansion.
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Alex New York: ALL that MONEY lost over so many years, could have been put to better use. Yes, we lose the convenience....but we can always adjust .
Cicerongirl: JFK is all flat. None of the twists and turns that make me want to hurl. :S
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Cicerongirl: Why is cellphone service so expensive in St.Lucia?
Cicerongirl: Those minutes and data wouldn't play any role for me
Cicerongirl: Happy birthday Minelle :)
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