Investment Never Looked Better

16 Jan 2017

Invest Saint Lucia (ISL) is seeking a Legal Counsel/ Corporate Secretary to join our dynamic Senior Management Team. The candidate is required to provide legal counsel and handle all legal affairs pertaining to the agency. The successful candidate will also be required to perform the role of Corporate Secretary to the Board of Directors.



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09 Jan 2017
Baroness Joyce AnelayBaroness Joyce Anelay
Baroness Anelay strengthens UK-Caribbean relationship with visit

Baroness Anelay, the Foreign Office Minister for the Overseas Territories and Caribbean is visiting the region to further strengthen the UK’s links with the Caribbean.

The Minister will travel for the first time to Anguilla, St Kitts and Nevis and Saint Lucia from 8-12 January on a visit that will focus on economic development, security and justice reform, climate change and tourism. This follows the Minister’s visit to the Cayman Islands, Barbados and Jamaica in October and His Royal Highness Prince...

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06 Jan 2017
Changes to the CIP Regulations expected to make Saint Lucia more competitive

Recent changes to regulations of Saint Lucia’s Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP) will make it more competitive, says Prime Minister Allen Chastanet.

The Prime Minister was responding to questions posed to him by members of the local media during a live press conference, explaining the reasons for these changes.

Chastanet, who is the Minister responsible for the CIP, said that Saint Lucia was selling citizenship for US$200,000, when Dominica already offers the programme at US$100,000.

“I heard...

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05 Jan 2017
Teo Ah Khing, Chairman of DSH Caribbean Star Ltd, Prince Henry of Wales & Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Teo Ah Khing, Chairman of DSH Caribbean Star Ltd, Prince Henry of Wales & Prime Minister Allen Chastanet

The following article - a Paul Haigh exclusive - was published in the Sports Section of the Daily Express (UK) on December 30th 2016.

‘Until a few weeks ago racing fans had no reason to take any interest in Saint Lucia. Except perhaps as a place to go to if you’ve had a big win and feel like a bit of winter sunshine.

It’s one of those beautiful islands rich kids visit to get married or enjoy their honeymoons, or just to show off that they’ve been there. Quiet, except when the roadside parties start....

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05 Jan 2017

Caribbean Journal’s Travel Editor Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon, has rounded up seven fabulous small hotels that combine perks with personality for a unique, intimate and unforgettable vacation on Saint Lucia. According to her, ‘you don’t need to settle for a generic resort to experience it’.

Here’s her take on those boutique hotels that enhance Saint Lucia’s universal appeal:  


  1. Cap Maison - Saint Lucia’s luxury capital, this boutique property on the northern tip of the island has serious culinary...
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04 Jan 2017
Saint Lucia Captures Caribbean Travel Awards

2016 was another action-packed year for Caribbean travel, from a spate of new hotels and resorts to regional challenges like Zika. But the Caribbean continues to grow, with increased investment and development, new air routes and a continued expansion push by global brands.

The annual Caribbean Travel Awards celebrate the best of the Caribbean, from the top hotels and destinations to the people making Caribbean tourism better, as chosen by the award-winning, on-the-ground editorial team of Caribbean...

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28 Dec 2016
Sandals Grande Saint Lucia Sandals Grande Saint Lucia
Sandals to open a fourth resort on Saint Lucia

Promising a level of unprecedented luxury never before seen on the island Saint Lucia, Sandals Resorts International has announced its plan to add a fourth resort to its award-winning list of properties on the Eastern Caribbean island.

The Sandals brand has enjoyed tremendous success in Saint Lucia since 1993 when it made its first foray there and the newest resort, to be named Sandals LaSource Saint Lucia, will by all indications be a game changer.

Groundbreaking for the new resort which will be...

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16 Dec 2016
President Obama’s Parting Gift to the Caribbean

United States President Barack Obama is set to deliver a long awaited gift to the Caribbean before he leaves the White House in the coming weeks.

He is expected to sign into law legislation aimed at bolstering United States/Caribbean relations on a range of critical issues that was unanimously passed in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday.

The United States-Caribbean Strategic Engagement Act (H.R.4939), paves the way for the U.S. Secretary of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development to devise a...

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16 Dec 2016
Pitons Pitons
Saint Lucia Ranks Best in the Caribbean

Saint Lucia has captured the top spot in this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards. The island beat out Aruba, Barbados, Dominican Republic, Jamaica and St. Maarten/St. Martin to emerge winner in the of Best in Destinations category.

The U.S. based Travel Weekly unveiled the winners of the 14th annual Readers’ Choice Awards during a black-tie gala dinner at the Conrad New York. The winners, in 78 categories ranging from destinations and hotels, to tours, airlines and cruise lines, represent the best of the...

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16 Dec 2016
Chef Nina Chef Nina
Compere Lapin is New Orleans' Restaurant of the Year 2016

In 2016, the New Orleans Restaurant of the Year is Compere Lapin. Why?

Because chef-owner Nina Compton's big idea -- to marry the cooking of her native Saint Lucia with that of her adopted New Orleans home -- is a delicious case study in the hard art of belonging. Because she translates that big idea to the plate with finely tuned, you-can't-do-this-at-home skills.

While the balance of Caribbean-New Orleans influences vary from dish to dish (carrots amandine on one hand, conch croquettes on the...

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