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Dear Sir: Information obtained indicates the ministry of health and, by extension, the government of Saint Lucia will no longer renew the contracts or employ registered nurses (RN) as their salaries are too high. The ministry of health and the government of Saint Lucia have opted instead to hire registered nursing assistants (RNAs), i.e. nurses […]

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(UPI) –  A Michigan woman collected a $250,000 lottery jackpot eight years after she won a $252,074 payout using the same numbers. The 72-year-old Wayne County woman told Michigan Lottery officials she matched 10 of the 22 numbers in an Oct. 31 KENO! Drawing after buying a ticket every day for a month. “I purchase a KENO! ticket every month […]

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Dear Sir: Friday’s Newsday boldly captioned a story headlined, “Superb Caterers tells Ramdeen: Keep us out of political bacchanal.” Where in Superb Caterers Statement did they ever, directly or indirectly, tell Senator Ramdeen, “Keep us out of political bacchanal”. The Newsday created the perception that Superb Caterers, in its statement, that Senator Ramdeen’s statement was […]

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To: Heads of government of CARICOM and the OECS Secretary General CARICOM The Commonwealth Secretariat General Secretary, Organization of American States Transparency International Secretary General, United Nations Amnesty International The President, Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) The President, Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Bank Human Rights Watch Human Rights Council (UNHRC) […]

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Jooking Fire By Bernard Charles Who is pressuring and persuading inchoate activities? Christ teaches… they killed him. King preached… they killed him. Bishop united… they killed him. Who is trying to outmaneuver with deceptive actions? Someone, not anyone, is jooking fire. Enough is enough! Who is inciting to escalate an atmosphere of riot, violence and […]

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In announcing several Investment projects planned for 2019, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has stated that the government seeks to ensure that all-inclusive resorts do not dominate the hospitality sector. In a recent post on his official Facebook page, Chastanet said as the Government of Saint Lucia moves to ensure that the benefits of the expanding tourism […]

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By Louay Habib LANZAROTE, Spain — The fifth edition of the RORC Transatlantic Race to Grenada started on schedule at noon on Saturday from Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. “The fleet got away to a clean start,” commented RORC deputy racing manager, Tim Thubron. “Kuka3 was first over the line, followed by Class40 Hydra and […]

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LAS PALMAS, Spain — The 2018 edition Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) – the world’s largest transocean rally for cruisers – prepared to set sail from Las Palmas in the Canary Islands on Sunday heading for Saint Lucia. Coming to see the crew’s preparations and personally wish them well on the voyage, Guy Mayers, High […]

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Trinidad Guardian:-  “Stop call­ing and come and find me,” chal­lenged Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith as he re­spond­ed to a fifth death threat was made against him in four days. Say­ing the death threats were get­ting “bor­ing,” Grif­fith said those who want­ed him dead should come out and find him, rather than waste the po­lice time and […]

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NEW DELHI, India (AFP) —Thousands marched proudly through Delhi’s street Sunday in the first gay pride parade since the India’s highest court decriminalised homosexuality. Participants waved rainbow flags and placards emblazoned with “Love Wins” and “Adios 377” — a reference to the colonial-era law banning gay sex that was struck down in September. Organisers said the pride […]

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