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Prime minister Allen Chastanet has again sought to allay the concerns of St. Lucians over the impact of Virgin Atlantic’s end of service to St. Lucia. The prime minister says the government took the best decision in light of the options that it faced.
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The Civil Service Association says 3rd parties and not the management of the LUCELEC, are responsible for the long delay in resolving outstanding issues.
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A former minister in the Dr. Kenny Anthony led administration Dr. James Fletcher has spoken out on his most recent award. Dr. Fletcher is one of only three Caribbean nationals chosen for the Chevening Global Change-maker award. Dr. Fletcher, who was awarded for work on climate change says a lot more needs to be done …
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The Rastafarian community has persistently called for reparations for the enslavement of black Africans on the plantations of the west indies. The president of the Iyannola council for the advancement of Rastafari Aaron Alexander, says he is elated by the news of the university of Glasgow in Scotland, deciding to pay reparations to the University …
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Press Release:– The Water and Sewerage Company Incorporated WASCO is currently experiencing difficulties with our water distribution and supply network in some parts of the island. This is due to the heavy rains caused by the weather systems which are currently affecting St Lucia and other islands in the region. Initial assessments conducted by our technicians […]

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Rastafarians in Saint Lucia have welcomed the signing of a £20 million reparations agreement between the  University of the West Indies (UWI) and the University of Glasgow. The two institutions have signed the first ever agreement for slavery reparations since British Emancipation in 1838. The terms of the agreement  that was signed last month call […]

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Asserting that the planned pullout of Virgin Atlantic from Saint Lucia in June next year is an issue of national importance, Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee has called for more common sense and less politics in response to the situation. Fedee told St Lucia Times that he’s very confused by the utterances from the opposition, including […]

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By Dominic Fedee, Minister of Tourism It is unfortunate that as a sitting parliamentarian, Castries South MP Dr. Ernest Hilaire continues to mislead the public on matters of national importance. His most recent offence of political heresy is the clear misrepresentation of the Virgin Atlantic Issue. Dr. Hilaire clearly has not researched the numbers. Had […]

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