Carnival Results Are In !

 It seems like just yesterday we were all waiting very impatiently for the carnival season. With Carnival Monday and Tuesday behind us, it has come to an end and the results are in! Tribe of Twel has been crowned Band of the Year dominating in all categories. Band of the Year Tribe of Twel Royalites […]

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SLNYC International Youth Ambassadors Chairperson Launches A.R.R.O.W. Program for Local Students

Press Release -The Saint Lucia National Council’s International Youth Ambassadors Network Chairperson Ms. Monique Sterling, along with Network Advisor Dr Karen Sterling are on island, and are set to launch the A.R.R.O.W. Program (Aiming to Reach the Right Opportunities Workshop) this week. This program will be centered on professions in the STEM fields, Fine Arts, […]

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Sash With Class 2018

The Micoud Carnival Committee will on Saturday 21st July 2018 host its Carnival pageant at the Ti Rocher Micoud Multipurpose Center. In keeping with its vision: “To build on local culture and artistic expressions by encouraging and promoting unique community talents”, the Micoud Carnival Committee held its 2018 sashing Ceremony on Friday 06th July, 2018 […]

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Foyle Young Poets of The Year Award 2018

The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2018 is open for entries! This Award is the biggest award for writers aged 11-17. It welcomes poems on any theme and entry is completely free. Since it began the Award has kick-started the career of some of today’s most exciting new voices. Past winners include Jay Bernard, Sarah Howe, Helen […]

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CALYPSO SIMIFINALIST

PRESS RELEASE:  The Events Company of St. Lucia (ECSL) and the Calypso Management Committee (CMC) are thrilled to announce the qualifiers who will compete on Sunday July 1st at the National Cultural Centre in the Calypso Semi Finals Competition, in the race to the National Calypso Finals Competition. The qualifiers are:  ALLY CAT- FIRE ONE […]

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Groovy and Power Soca Preliminaries

Press Release – On Friday June 29th, 2018 from 6pm, the National Cultural Center Grounds will be ablaze, as one of the signature sounds of Carnival, Soca music, takes center stage in the first leg of the Groovy and Power Soca Monarch Competitions. Over sixty national soca artistes have registered to secure one of the […]

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Rapper XXXTentacion Shot Dead

On Monday June 18th, rapper/ singer XXXTentacion was shot dead in Florida in what police believe to be a robbery attempt. The 20 year old whose real name is Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy was shot outside a motorcycle dealership shortly before 4 pm and was pronounced dead on Monday evening at the Fort Lauderdale hospital. Stephanie […]

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Your Cocktail Awaits At Campari Week 2018

Campari Week 2018 will take place from June 22-30, and will feature activations and surprises at Campari outlets across the region including influencer appearances and drink specials. Consumers in St. Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados, Bahamas, Belize, and Jamaica, will share unforgettable experiences as Campari takes over some of the Caribbean’s best watering holes to […]

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A Grand Father’s Day Weekend Celebration

Press Release –It’s a weekend-long celebration of Dad’s at Tapas On The Bay. In the heart of Rodney Bay, well known for its delicious dinners, Tapas on the Bay  has prepared yet another exciting weekend of music experiences including a tribute to Lucian Carnival. On Friday June 15th from 7:00pm, Rob Zii and Phyness will have you up on […]

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Jazz in the Yard

(PRESS RELEASE) – A Worship Experience is set to awaken the spirit and faith of patrons on Saturday, May 05, 2018. Organizers say that the event was conceptualized to give faith-based artiste a place to belong and do what they are compassionate about. The event is in it’s 2nd year since it debuted in 2016. The […]

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A Giant Falls

The Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, Empowerment, Youth Development, Sports, Culture and Local Government extends our condolences to the family and friends of the renowned Saint Lucian Writer Dr. Garth St Omer who died in Santa Barbara, CA (USA). He was a man who believed that the work must stand on its own and speak […]

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National Carnival Queen Sashing 2018

A glamorous and fun-filled event with a whole lot of surprises! The National Carnival Queen Sashing Show did not disappoint! Everything, from the layout to the contestants’ dresses, was so exquisitely and perfectly put together. The event was planned so that ‘contestants would officially meet the establishments who took bold steps in putting their brands […]

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Jazzy Jazz For 2018

St. Lucia Jazz Festival 2018 is scheduled for May 7th – May 13th. Minister of Tourism, Dominic Fedee, has promised a very exciting line-up for the upcoming event. The St. Lucia Jazz Festival was re-launched last year as part of a series of events organized under the Soleil Summer Festival brand. Small crowds, however, led […]

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SALCC Drama Club Hosts “A Little Folk Tale”

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Drama Club invites the public to a night of drama, when it presents “A Little Folk Tale,” a play that tells the story of Caribbean folktale figures. The play centers around five children at their uncle’s wake. They find a book that details their uncle’s various encounters with folklore […]

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