[03 June 2022] - This past week students and faculty members of the two educational institutions, the Centre for Adolescent Renewal Education in Anse La Raye and the Ciceron Secondary School were left devastated after thieves took off with gadgets, devices and other valuable items. Since then, there have been renewed calls from student advocates, community youth groups and education officials for upgraded security measures to be implemented in schools across Saint Lucia. Our
[03 June 2022] - One of the most devastating things for the friends and families of fisherfolk is when they fail to return to port. This challenge may soon become easier as the Ministry of Fisheries has now initiated a special program to save fishermen.
[03 June 2022] - In exploring ways to minimize crime, our news team visited the Methodist church to get their views on the topic. One church leader explains that the church has a spiritual responsibility to young people regardless of the environment.
[03 June 2022] - How close is Saint Lucia to producing all of its food and is such a dream even feasible? That’s one of the questions being put forward to experts as the rising cost of food prompts countries to place hefty targets by which they can provide their populations with its own food. The topic was discussed on Choice TV’s State of the Nation this week.
[03 June 2022] - A group of individuals who grew up on Gros Islet have formally started the Seaview Peanut Butter pantry. The main objective of this initiative is to ensure that no family in the area goes without the essential sustenance that comes from eating a healthy meal.
[02 June 2022] - A project initiated by the Methodist Church of the South Caribbean District aims to support the schools attached to the church in the Caribbean. St. Lucia which is home to two of these schoolsheld a special ceremony to celebrate the initiative.
[02 June 2022] - A new national cemetery is in the making as the current one at Choc has outlived its lifespan. Castries Mayor Geraldine Lendor Gabriel says that consultation will begin soon to design the new facility.
[02 June 2022] - In the aftermath of burglaries at two educational institutions, one student leader believes the government needs to upgrade their security measures at schools to safeguard staff and students. He shared that the watchman days are over.
[ 02 June 2022] - On Monday, instructors and students of the Centre for Adolescent Renewal and Education in the community of Anse La Raye were left devastated after bandits broke in and stole most of the centre’s devices, now two days later students and faculty members of the Ciceron Secondary School have been dealt a similar blow after burglars broke into the institution making off with cash, computers, tablets, and other valuables. Chrisy Bakie brings us this break-in news