A press briefing was held on Monday to discuss upcoming cricket matches in March. Both the St Lucia Tourism Authority and the Cricket Association have been pleased with the large turnout of previous test matches and look forward to more local and international support
The release of a memo from the Ministry of Education indicating that the practice of corporal punishment in schools is on the way out has sparked much public debate. In this report, we speak to two people - one on either side of the argument
It has become the norm for the Opposition Saint Lucia Labor party to respond to every significant announcement or activity from Central Government with a press conference of their own. Wednesday was no different, as members of the media dutifully gathered to listen to the views of Opposition Parliamentarians on Sunday’s sod turning ceremony for the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment.
Meanwhile, With only one day left before the closure of the St. Lucia Fish Marketing Corporation, the Seamen , Waterfront and General Workers Trade Union remains concerned about the future of the soon to be unemployed workers
After a lengthy period of dormancy, the Central Library is returning to some semblance of its former vibrancy. The Kiwanis Club of Castries recently held a ceremony to mark the adoption of the section of the library dedicated to the littlest readers.
In an attempt to better understand the phenomenon of poverty after her conversation with an indigent person on Tuesday, reporter Love Spooner visited the offices of the Saint Lucia Social Development Fund to learn more about the fundamentals of this particular social ill.
On the same day the leader of the opposition accused the government of Saint Lucia of peddling in partisan propaganda, a Constituency page associated with the ruling party broke the news of the commencement of a major national infrastructure project. Amanie Mathurin reports.
In response to staff claims that the Fish Marketing Corporation’s dire economic situation is a result of self-sabotage, Choice reporter Amanie Mathurin attempted to find out whether this was indeed the case. She reports now on the result of her investigation.