St Lucia profile

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St Lucia's newspapers and broadcasters are mainly privately-owned and carry a range of views. The government operates a radio network.

There are no daily newspapers; the island has two thrice-weekly newspapers.

There were 142,900 internet users by June 2010 (via Internetworldstats.com).

The press

  • The Voice - three issues per week
  • The Mirror - weekly
  • The Star - three issues per week
  • The Crusader - weekly
  • The Vanguard - weekly
  • One Caribbean - weekly

Television

Radio

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RSS

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