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The National Insurance Corporation wishes to clarify the payment structure under the Economic Relief Programme (ERP). The ERP was designed to provide income support for a period of three (3) months - April, May, and June 2020 - to NIC contributors directly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.

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A pregnant woman was among three people wounded by gunfire in Gros Islet on Friday night about 10.00 pm, reports from the area say. According to information, the expectant mother, another female and a male individual who were injured were sitting ‘on the block’ on Marina Street when someone discharged several rounds into the air. […]

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Press Release:– Our local nurses are receiving support from the Make It Happen Foundation as the organization continues to stand out as a charity championing the causes of our frontliners. With International Nurses Day marked on May 12, the donation is quite timely and the nurses, represented by Nurses Association President Alicia Baptiste, are truly grateful […]

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Many Saint Lucians on the breadline, the promise of income assistance by the national insurance corporation was welcomed relief. However, not everyone is happy with the initial payout with some recipients receiving less than they expected. Now the national insurance corporation is clarifying the process.
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Health minister Mary Isaac is down-playing the ongoing row between staff and the human resource manager at the St. Jude hospital. She says it’s just a simple misunderstanding between line staff and management which has gotten out of hand. The national workers union and the minster met with management on Friday in an attempt to …
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The new born baby boy found in a trash bin last week is now receiving care from a family as authorities continue the search for his parents and permanent home for the abandoned infant. Officials are encouraging Saint Lucians to desist from spreading inaccurate information on the case which could undermine efforts to solve the …
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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE TRADE UNION FEDERATION 22nd May, 2020 Mr. Julian Monrose President Trade Union Federation P.O. Box 821 La Clery CASTRIES Dear Sir, GOVERNMENT’S PROPOSAL RE: SHORT-TERM SALARY ADJUSTMENTS As you know, the Government of Saint Lucia, through a Cabinet-appointed Ministerial SubCommittee (with support from the Department of Finance), has been engaged […]

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Statement by Chief Medical Officer (CMO) – Dr. Sharon Belmar-George In an effort to respond to and prepare for COVID-19, Saint Lucia implemented a number of control measures. Some of these measures included movement restrictions, closure of businesses, travel restrictions, the 24 hour shut down, the institution of curfews and from very early, the closure […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has disclosed that a fake Instagram account has been created in the name of his wife, Raquel Du Boulay-Chastanet. “This account has been messaging persons about supporting causes and other financial opportunities,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook page. “The account on Instagram is @raquelduboulaychastaneet. You will notice that the surname […]

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