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WASHINGTON – May 28, 2020 – The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved a series of Caribbean Regional Air Transport Connectivity Projects in four countries for a total of US$159 million, to enhance regional connectivity by improving the safety of air transport and the resilience of the airport infrastructure to natural disasters. Hewanora International Airport These projects include […]

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Press Release:- On this year’s World No Tobacco Day, May 31, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is calling on young people in the Americas to recognize, expose and resist the deceptive tactics used by the tobacco industry and its allies to recruit new, younger customers—at the eventual cost of millions of lives lost. “The tobacco […]

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The bodies of eight prisoners have been exhumed from the compound of the former jail in Castries, it has been announced. The remains were of of former inmates who had been sentenced to death and hung. They were identified as Joseph Vitalis Solomon, Evans Samuel, Nicholas Dolor, Gabriel Burke, Guy Biscette, Anthony Charles, Jn. Baptiste […]

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Senator Mary Issac has added her voice to the debate surrounding Saturday's demolition of the Royal Gaol prison. The Saint Lucia National Trust has taken the authorities to task for breaking down the historic building, but at's today's Senate sitting, the health minister defended government's move.

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Press Release:- As the June 1st official start of the hurricane season approaches the member of Parliament for Vieux Fort North Hon. Moses Jn. Baptiste calls on all St. Lucians, especially residents of Vieux Fort North, to prepare for what may be an extraordinary period of inclement weather.  Experts have predicted a total of twenty-one (21) […]

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Health Minister Mary Issac has defended government's decision to keep a daily curfew of 9:00 pm- 5:00 am. At today's Senate sitting, Issac was speaking on a motion to extend the state of emergency in Saint Lucia from June 1 to September 30. She indicated that they do not know what to expect when the country's borders are opened, and that they have been told that there may be additional waves of COVID-19. Given this, she said the state of emergency must be kept in case there is a need to act quickly and change measures that are now in place, like the curfew.

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Press Release:-  On May 27, U.S. Ambassador Linda Taglialatela spoke by phone with St. Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic response and preparations for the upcoming hurricane season.  The Ambassador thanked the Prime Minister for his government’s support for the repatriation of U.S. citizens from St. Lucia during the pandemic.  They discussed healthcare protocols […]

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Health and Wellness Minister Mary Isaac has announced that the mother of an abandoned newborn has come forward to the authorities. “The mother came forward – the real mother, we believe, came forward and she is getting the necessary attention,” Isaac told reporters Thursday. Asked whether it had been confirmed that it was the real […]

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Health and Wellness Minister Mary Isaac has told reporters here that the current state of emergency is ‘a necessity’. Isaac explained that the recommendation for the state of emergency came from the team that is advising the Allen Chastanet administration on combatting the COVID-19 crisis. Government went to parliament Tuesday to extend the emergency from […]

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