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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) — It’s been a little more than a year since Venezuelan migrants were registered allowing them to live and work in Trinidad & Tobago. But now that the year has passed, some migrants are calling for an extension saying the conditions in their homeland have not improved. Some said the COVID-19 lockdown had ...

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(JAMAICA OBSERVER) — Principals of high schools across the western region say all is in place to ensure a seamless start on Monday to the temporary reopening of schools to facilitate students sitting secondary level exit examinations in July. Minister with responsibility for education, Karl Samuda, had stated that face-to-face classes are to resume on ...

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A man charged four times with driving under the influence of alcohol has been jailed and permanently disqualified from driving. Vishal Ramnarine, who had his driver’s permit taken away at a previous court hearing, was found driving while intoxicated last Sunday morning. He faced two offences before San Fernando Senior Magistrate Jo-Anne ...

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Concerns have been raised about the speed at which legislation has been making its way through the lower house of assembly. The current backlash surrounds complaints by key stakeholders over a lack off consultation key pieces of legislation with a potential outsized impact on the life and livelihoods of Saint Lucians. The tourism levy bill …
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Government senator Francisco Jn Pierre has voiced his opposition to any plan to re-register taxi drivers. The tourism ministry has been seeking to clarify new policy guidelines regarding the sector after a viral voice-note raised more questions than answers about the fate drivers.
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Acting executive director of the st. Lucia Employers Federation, Goretti Paul wants to know why other sectors were not considered the amendment to the labor act. Paul declares that while the hospitality sector may be feeling the pinch from the covid-19 down-turn, other industries have been adversely affected.
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Concerns have been raised about the speed at which legislation has been making its way through the lower house of assembly. The current backlash surrounds complaints by key stakeholders over a lack off consultation key pieces of legislation with a potential outsized impact on the life and livelihoods of Saint Lucians. The tourism levy bill …
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The major crimes unit of the royal St. Lucia police force has launched an investigation into a shooting incident at Marigot allegedly involving the police. The victim who suffered non life-threatening injuries was shot while riding to his home https://youtu.be/6HgD_9GDWP0.
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Press Release:– On Thursday, June 4, 2020 the Ezra Long Laboratory of the Owen King EU Hospital reported that from a batch of 23 tests conducted there was one positive case of COVID-19. The individual is a 33 year old female nationals employed with a cruise line. She was recently repatriated to Saint Lucia and was […]

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Press Release On Thursday, June 4, 2020 the Ezra Long Laboratory of the Owen King EU hospital reported that from a batch of 23 tests conducted there was one positive case of COVID-19. The individual is a 33 year old female who is one of our nationals working on a cruise line. She was recently …
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