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The Community Of Vigé, In Vieux Fort Has Been Complaining About The Road Conditions For Years Now. Over The Past Few Weeks, Leaders In The Community, Through The Use Of Social Media, Rallied Support For Protest To Raise Awareness Of Their Longstanding Concern. Just Ahead Of The Protest, The Government’s Heavy Duty Equipment Rolled In …
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The St. Lucia Teachers’ Union (SLTUS) Held Its 18th Annual Retiree Gala Dinner, In Recognition Of The Services Of 41 Recently Retired Teachers. This Was Held To Show Appreciation For The Many Years Of Service, Which Collectively, Sums Up To 1 Thousand 4 Hundred 46 Years Of Service. The Guest Speakers Called On Today’s Teachers …
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The St. Lucia Teachers’ Union (SLTU) Has Taken Issue With The Statements And Sentiments Of The Saint Lucia Employers Federation, Suggesting That Unions Are Took Quick To Undertake Industrial Action. The SLTU’s Statement Comes At The End Of Teachers’ Week. The SLTU Leadership Believes That The Employers Federation Should Have A Broader View On Industrial …
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(SNO)  — The young female who beats and drags her sister in a viral Saint Lucia video should not be arrested but receive counselling. That’s the view of Human and Gender Rights Advocate Felicia Dujon Browne. Speaking to St. Lucia News Online on Monday, Oct. 8, Browne said she does not support violence against children ...

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(SNO) — Newly appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Invest Saint Lucia, Roderick Cherry, has said his vision for the investment agency is that of making it a world class promotions agency and a business enabler. Cherry, who took up the appointment as CEO of the country’s premier investment agency last week Tuesday, told reporters ...

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By Youri Kemp Caribbean News Now associate editor youri@caribbeannewsnow.com ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — According to a YouTube video, an American fleet is advancing towards Venezuela and at this moment is parked off the coast of the island of Grenada. However, locals who frequently travel through the area, from fisher-folk, persons that use small aircraft, to […]

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By Caribbean News Now contributor MIAMI, USA — Hurricane force winds were affecting western Cuba on Monday, as Hurricane Michael was expected to move into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico during Monday evening, with maximum sustained winds near 80 mph (130 km/h) with higher gusts. Steady to rapid strengthening is forecast during the next day […]

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By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Georgetown City Hall in Guyana is again making headlines, with an independent investigation launched into allegations of corruption, fraud and nepotism that have piled up against two officials, Mayor Patricia Chase-Green, the “Iron Lady” at City Hall, and town clerk Royston King, who the locals […]

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By Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com CASTRIES, St Lucia — National security minister, Hermangild Francis, has blamed the injunction granted to the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) preventing the demolition of the historic Castries Prison building, which was intended to house a brand new high court and police headquarters, for putting the […]

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