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Trinidad Guardian:–  Po­lice yes­ter­day ex­pressed alarm at the spike in sex crimes against chil­dren in Trinidad and To­ba­go. They made the com­ment af­ter point­ing out that so far for the year there have been 926 re­ports over­all of se­ri­ous crimes against chil­dren – which sug­gests an av­er­age of ap­prox­i­mate­ly three re­ports every day. So far for […]

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NEW YORK, United States (AP) — Robert Bailey has been playing the same six lottery numbers for 25 years and plans to keep on doing it — even though his digits finally hit for a US$343.8-million Powerball win, the largest in New York Lottery history. Bailey, 67, was introduced by lottery officials yesterday as the […]

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The Marchand Combined School is the recipient of newly installed, custom fitted steal doors, thanks in part, to past student Felix ‘Champagne’ Deterville. But, ‘Champagne’ has been accused of inflating labour costs which he confirmed amounted to about $12,000. He denies the charges and wants to clear his name.  
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The Civil Service Association General Secretary Claude Paul says the union and the vast majority of members are very disappointed in the performance of Health Minister Mary Isaac. Trade Union Federation affiliates met this week to voice their concerns about the deteriorating state of St. Lucia’s health-care system.
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Meanwhile, Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) officials say the health-care crisis has worsened. They say even more worrying is the fact that while health-care services and infrastructure deteriorate, the commissioning of the OKEU hospital is showing scant progress, with not much information being made available to the public.
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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has condemned the Allen Chastanet led administration’s decision to allow Chinese backed private investors to re-locate the Taiwanese funded abattoir situated at Beausejour, Vieux-Fort. It remains unclear, how the Prime Minister’s decision could affect Saint Lucia’s diplomatic ties with Taipei. However, the SLP is anticipating a diplomatic fallout from …
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The National Workers Union (NWU), wants a lump sum, cash settlement from the government for hundreds of its daily paid members employed in the public service, – all before Christmas. The NWU contends that the extra cash for more than a thousand working Saint Lucians would do the local economy well.
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