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Outgoing President of the Saint Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU), Julian Monrose, says he intends to be an ‘elder statesman’ in the union, confident that he is leaving the organisation  in good hands. “I will be available. When you have played your role in the organisation what you do is you step back and allow new […]

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The Saint Lucia government may appeal a multi-million dollar High Court award to two men who were accused of murder, it has been announced. High Court Judge Godfrey P. Smith recently ordered that some $8 million in total be paid to Anthony Henry and Francis Noel. They were jailed for decades  for separate offences on […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Castries Constituency Council is very satisfied with the guidance received in resolving grievances related to recent industrial action by some workers. We are pleased that the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) and the National Workers Union (NWU) were able to settle issues during a conciliatory meeting on Thursday February 27, 2020 at ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – In keeping with its mandate to increase public awareness the Department of Home Affairs and National Security and the Task Force for the Prevention of Trafficking in Persons will release a skit on social media that will underline the message that it is illegal in Saint Lucia, to exploit any one including ...

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) – A for­mer se­cu­ri­ty guard of the now de­funct Sen­tinel Se­cu­ri­ty Ser­vices faced lar­ce­ny charges, af­ter he al­leged­ly stole over four hun­dred thou­sand dol­lars from Re­pub­lic Bank Lim­it­ed over sev­en years ago. 66-year-old Rawle Dann of Scar­bor­ough, To­ba­go, stood be­fore Mag­is­trate In­drani Ce­de­no at the Scar­bor­ough Mag­is­trate First Court and plead­ed guilty to ...

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CARICOM Today:- A regional protocol establishing minimum standards for dealing with the COVID19 virus was agreed to by CARICOM Heads of Government and Ministers of Health at the 8th Special Emergency Meeting in Barbados on Sunday. The protocol is critical to avoid an outbreak of panic and fear in the Region. The meeting was attended by the […]

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(CNN) – US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said the United States should have the capacity to perform about a million novel coronavirus tests by the end of the week. “Our expectation in talking to the company that’s scaling this up, is that we should have the capacity by the end of ...

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(ABC NEWS) – As the U.S. braces for possible wider spread of the novel coronavirus, health officials are warning business leaders to make preparations for managing a workforce that can’t come into the workplace. “We’re trying to figure out how to keep the business going when people can’t get to the office,” Peter Cappelli, a ...

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