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The Saint Lucia Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture has observed that since the enactment of the Labour Act in 2006 with amendments in 2013, there has been a high incidence of claims by employees against employers. “The cost and implications of such litigation are obvious and in that context and in response to specific […]

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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre has lamented the removal of the Distress Support Fund, following a visit to the site of the recent Rose Hill fire, a release from the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Thursday said. The SLP Political Leader and Leader of the Opposition paid a visit to the site of the fire […]

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South Korea’s spy agency has told officials that North Korea’s ambassador to Italy has disappeared, news reports say. According to the BBC, the announcement follows unconfirmed reports that Pyongyang’s top diplomat in Italy had sought asylum from an unidentified Western country. Jo Song-gil, the acting North Korean ambassador to Rome, is the son and son-in-law […]

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THE three police officers who were  in a so-called ‘Death Squad’ trial have been freed in Jamaica’s Home District Court, local reports say. The officers were bring tried for the murder of a man in May Pen, Clarendon, eight years ago. Jamaica Observer identified the trio as Detective Corporal Kevin Adams, District Constable Howard Brown […]

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The Antigua and Barbuda Government has announced that the state-owned Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA) will invest millions of dollars in becoming much more competitive in the telecommunication sector. According to CMC News, Prime Minister Gaston Browne said APUA could spend an estimated EC$80 million on its own sub-sea cable. Browne was quoted as saying […]

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Cricket fans in the region must be flabbergasted that Cricket West Indies (CWI) cannot name a Head Coach to replace Stuart Law. WHY? How early did Law indicate that he would be leaving or was that already detailed in his contract with the board? Could it be that CWI are not capable of thinking outside the box?  […]

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The City of Dallas recently released an extremely small portion of the Botham Jean incident report after an open records request from FOX4, the television station has reported. According to FOX4, incident reports typically contain long narratives which describe the circumstances surrounding a shooting death. But the television station said in this case, all but […]

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Victoria Hospital delivered four babies on New Year’s  day, officials at the medical institution have disclosed. The first child delivered was a girl weighing six pounds. The baby’s 29 year old mother told St Lucia Times that she decided to name the child ‘Belle’. The baby girl is the Morne du Don resident’s fifth child, […]

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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre has urged his countrymen to gear up for the challenges of the new year. “Let us brace ourselves to be ready for the challenges of the year and strive for a Saint Lucia where less people are poor and will be able to enjoy a better quality of life,” the […]

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