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CNN:- A 1-year-old chef is cooking up a storm on social media, with more than a million followers on Instagram tuning in to “Kobe Eats” to enjoy his baby-faced tutorials. “Chef Kobe” likes “to cook, eat & explore in the kitchen,” his bio says. Videos show him helping to prepare recipes ranging from mac and […]

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Press Release:-  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, June 2020 – to NIC contributors directly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. The amount payable under ERP is 50% of […]

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Prime Minister Hon Allen Chastanet has published an open letter addressed to Trade Union Federation president Julian Monrose, making a final appeal for them to accept government’s payment proposal for civil servants. The prime minister writes: “Should our offer not be accepted, we will have to examine our legal options in order to ensure that we …
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Press Release:– The Government of Saint Lucia will this weekend welcome 151 more nationals through the ongoing repatriation process.  Returning nationals will include cruise ship workers and students from Canada and Barbados. On May 24th, nineteen (19) nationals will arrive in Saint Lucia via a chartered service from Barbados, which includes seventeen (17) nationals being repatriated […]

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ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC):- Cricket West Indies (CWI) has begun its search for a permanent head coach to oversee the embattled senior women’s side and halt a troubling run of results. Former Test player Gus Logie was named interim coach last October, replacing Barbadian Henderson Springer, but suffered series losses to India in both white-ball […]

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Press Release:– The United Kingdom has agreed to contribute 3 million Pounds (USD $3.8 m) to the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) to help eight countries of the Caribbean – Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – contain the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and mitigate […]

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The Royal Goal prison in Castries is all but no more. Today, May 23 contractors recommenced demolition works on the site — where government hopes to build a new police headquarters and a hall of justice. In his New Year's address this year, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet promised that despite efforts to derail their plans, government would move forward with the project.

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The Director of the Saint Lucia National Trust says the Saint Lucia government cannot be trusted, setting a ‘dangerous precedent’ for the future. Bishnu Tulsie made the remarks as heavy equipment demolished the former jail on Bridge Street, Castries. “We all know the history of this going back 18 months ago to September 2018 when […]

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