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(PRESS RELEASE) — Parliamentary Representative for Vieux Fort South, Dr. Kenny D. Anthony, confirms that his lawyers have filed a claim in the High Court against the Government of Saint Lucia for entering into Agreements with Desert Star Holdings Ltd, also well known as “DSH”. The claim seeks Declarations from the Court that the Agreements ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Hundreds of residents in the communities of Daban, Getrine, La Haut, Londonderry, Park Estate and Saltibus can now apply for high-speed broadband access and take advantage of high-definition television, as a major technology exercise is underway in those communities. Starting with Daban, the area is being switched onto the Flow HFC (hybrid ...

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(CMC) – A High Court has ordered a former follower of a church here to pay TT$250,000 (One TT dollar=US$0.16 cents) in compensation after she posted defamatory messages on various social media platforms as well as on television and weekly newspaper publications. High Court Master Martha Alexander ordered Sapphire Carter to compensate the Prophetic Missions ...

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(CMC) – Parliament Friday approved an amendment to the People’s Representation legislation that will among other things criminalise going into a polling booth on any polling day with any electronic devices with special emphasis on cellular phones and digital cameras. “No person shall have in his or her possession any electronic device upon entering a ...

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Attorney at Law, Mary Francis, has accused successive Saint Lucia governments of depriving people of their land and intends to write to the current administration concerning the matter. Francis, who is the Coordinator of the National Centre for Legal Aid and Human Rights, told St Lucia Times that persons do not seem to realise that […]

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Cancer alone accounted for 20 percent of all the deaths in Saint Lucia in both 2014 and 2015, the Ministry of Health has disclosed. According to the ministry, cancers were among the top five killers between 2013 and 2015. The list also included heart disease, stroke, diabetes and hypertension. Acting National Epidemiologist, Dr. Michelle Francois […]

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Trinidad Express:–  A former member of a Chaguanas church has been ordered by the High Court to pay $250,000 in damages after she made defamatory statements about the institution, calling it a “killer cult”, a “graveyard for babies” and that members were involved in witchcraft. The matter was filed against Sapphire Carter by Prophetic Missions International, […]

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By David Jessop For just under 40 years Caribbean Central American Action (CCAA) has worked in Washington with the region to promote private sector led growth, successfully finding ways to help Caribbean governments and business leaders engage with and influence the thinking of US administrations. Now, according to an announcement made on October 5, its […]

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By Karl Salmon An employer’s relationship with its employee share similar characteristics to a marriage between a husband and a wife. The underlying expectations for both relationships are based on mutual understanding and an agreement to commit to a prosperous, faithful and harmonious coexistence, bounded by legal vows. The expectation of the employer is to […]

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Jamaica Observer:-  Telecommunications company, Digicel, has been awarded a 15-year ICT-managed services contract by the governments of St Lucia, Grenada, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Digicel will be working with partners, Cisco and Fortinet on the agreement which sees the telecommunications company delivering fibre-optic network infrastructure to Government buildings in the three Caribbean markets. The agreement forms […]

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