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Press Release:–  The Folk Research Centre announces that it has moved to new premises. These are located in the building formerly used by Monroe College, on Barnard Hill, opposite the entrance to the National Cultural Centre. Phone numbers remain 4531477 and 4522279. Email: frc@candw.lc. The FRC’s headquarters at Mount Pleasant were completely destroyed on March 25th […]

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Press Release:–  The Independence Planning Committee’s latest update on the highly-anticipated celebration of Saint Lucia’s 40th Anniversary of Independence took place at the Office of the Prime Minister on Monday, Nov. 26. Present were the Chair of the Independence Committee and President of the Senate, the Hon. Jeanine Giraudy-McIntyre, Mr. Andrew “Buffalo” Odlum, Independence Committee Coordinator, […]

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An agreement to strengthen public health care was signed recently with the World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced. “We anticipate that this project will help by improving accessibility, efficiency and responsiveness of key health services,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook page. According to the PM, the Heath System […]

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By David Jessop Over the next two weeks, ministers, officials, non-governmental organisations, corporate lobbyists and protestors from around the world will assemble in Katowice, Poland. There, whether inside or outside the conference halls, they will participate in the 24th United Nations-led Climate Change Conference, known as COP24. The formal objective will be to turn the […]

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Press Release:-  Flow Saint Lucia would like to inform its TV customers of some important changes to its current channel lineup.  Please note that effective January 1st, 2019, the following channels will no longer be offered across all Flow markets in the Caribbean: National Geographic, Fox Soccer Plus, Nat Geo Wild, BBC America, CGTN, Fox […]

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Press Release:–  In Mariette Warrington v Dominica Broadcasting Corporation, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today decided that Ms. Warrington, a former General Manager of the Dominica Broadcasting Corporation (DBC), should be paid the equivalent of six months’ salary, gratuity and holiday pay totalling EC$52,3000 as damages. DBC had paid her one month’s salary and an […]

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Dear Sir: If reports of 60,000 Venezuelan illegal immigrants are correct, this means close to 4,400 Venezuelans per 100,000 Trinidad and Tobago nationals reside here — the highest in Latin America. Given these figures why do we not have a comprehensive immigration/refugee policy in place? Why the sloth? In the absence of this immigration/asylum policy, […]

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Dear Sir: Health Minister Terrence Deyalsingh is attempting to disguise and confuse the facts about deaths of newborn babies, in what is another indicator of the national medical crisis. Mr Deyalsingh has not provided official statistics, claiming instead that there has been a “slight uptick” at two public hospitals. The reasons he advanced typify the […]

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Hon. Prime Minister, The matter of St Jude Hospital continues to be of grave concern not only of residents of Vieux Fort but all citizens of Saint Lucia and whereas the local news agencies have not yet reported on some of the recent happenings.., from the photographs currently in circulation in social media and the […]

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