Some locals suggested that the following story would catch your attention, so I am turning to you. I arrived in St. Lucia from eastern Europe for a photography/videography trip on the 26th of April and after just 10 minutes into my holiday something terrible happened. All of our luggage was stolen. Four bags/cases in total. What was in the luggage? Well, I do photography and videography so my plan was to come and record the beautiful island, nature, activities and everything. The cases included more than 8,000 USD worth of gear: Aerial drone DJI phantom 3 pro with accessories, 13’ Macbook Pro, various camera lenses (Sony, Canon), flash units (Nissan, Canon) SD cards, external hard drives, glidecam video stabilizer, documents, credit cards, plus lots of other accessories (batteries, chargers, filters, etc). It was stolen right between the Hewanorra airport and the Vieux Fort police dpt reef area from the back of our car. They broke the lock of the passenger seat and pulled the stuff out of there. The police have been informed and the situation recorded. Maybe that kind of info will make it harder for them to sell the stuff or use it. I am pretty active on social media and was contacted by a few local photographers and/or tourism promoters for support through instagram, for which I am thankful. I thank you for your attention. (email@example.com)
- Elvis Liivamägi
Private sector calls for Dialogue on high Unemployment Rate Only now when the horses have already bolted out of the stable? Too late. You guys failed to tell this government in the most forceable way that VAT and the extensive borrowing by government has killed small businesses and has not fostered any growth in the local economy.
St Lucia’s CIB rebuffs criticisms about CIP programme This programme will continue to receive criticism while a government bereft of ideas of how to grow the economy will continue to defend it.
Will PM dismount IMPACS tiger before Polling Day? As far as I am concerned he has already quietly dismounted and is leaving others to take the fall. The thing is the public and the media are too blind to see that this emperor really has no clothes on and is securing his privates with a broken crown. Talk about a man who would be king!
– Roger P.
The sad reality is that every five years many persons buy into those bluffs. - Mike Damn, looks like Kenny lost the gut. Lookin good Kenny….or do photos lie?
– Mark LaPorte Editor’s note: