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Press Release:-  A Mediation Meeting summoned by the Hon. Minister for Labour, Stephenson King between the Management of St. James’s Club Morgan Bay and the National Workers Union (NWU) today November 14, 2018 did not come off. Shop Stewards and the Leadership of the NWU turned up for the meeting scheduled for 10:00 a.m. The NWU […]

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A foreign national, identified by City Police as Francis George of Dominica, has been arrested and charged for urinating in public in Castries. According to a City Police official, the 58 year old foreign national was arrested  near the Soufriere bus stand on Carl Crescent Street, Castries Tuesday. According to reports, George was taken to […]

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(SNO) — Swimmers from Saint Lucia have excelled in the OECS Swimming Championships held in Antigua from November 8th to 11th. Thirteen swimmers from the Sea Jays Swim Club were selected to represent the island and they took home a total of 14 gold, 11 silver and three bronze medals from the competition. On the ...

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(SNO) — DSH Pearl of the Caribbean developer, Theo Ah-King will be giving an update on the project in the “Chamber Encounter With the Prime Minister” organized by the St. Lucia Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture. The event will take place on Thursday 15th November 2018 at Coco Palm Conference Room, Coco Palm Hotel. ...

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The President of the Vendors’ Association, Peter ‘Ras Ipa’ Isaac has welcomed an anti-crime campaign in the capital launched recently by the City Police. The campaign has so far resulted in a number of arrests for various offences, including possession of drugs, ammunition, dangerous weapons and urinating in public. “I think it is a good […]

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Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia is expressing concerns that wardens/security officers at the Boys Training Center (BTC) will be terminated in favor of a private security firm. The organization said it has been reliably informed that the Ministry of Equity, Social Justice and Empowerment along with the management of the BTC are in the process ...

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Press Release:–  The Department of Labour, under the chairmanship of Hon. Stephenson King, will host the 2018 annual Canada-Caribbean Agricultural Workers Programme Intergovernmental Review Meeting, next week. The meeting is a forum which brings all stakeholders of the Canada-Caribbean Seasonal Agricultural Workers Programme (SAWP) together to discuss ways in which the gap in their labour […]

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The top spots on the executive of the United Workers Party were un-opposed at the November 11th Conference of Delegates held in Vieux-Fort. Allen Chastanet according UWP insiders, again secured the nod for the post of Political Leader heading into the party’s national convention carded for December 9th.
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(PRESS RELEASE) — The National Utilities Regulatory Commission (NURC) will be conducting a two-day customized training on Utility Regulation at the Bay Gardens Hotel, from November 15-16, 2018. This training is being conducted with the support of the Eastern Caribbean Energy Regulatory Agency (ECERA) project, which is funded by the World Bank. The training will ...

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