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Proprietor of the total construction supplies company Timothy Mangal is denying that there was an ulterior motive behind the rejection of a cheque from talk show host Richard Frederick. The former national housing corporation director and senator cites procedure and not political bias for refusing a cheque given to his company for the payment of …
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Traditional coconut vending in sSaint Lucia is about to undergo some radical changes. The Castries constituencies council (CCC) sat-down with vendors on Thursday to iron out a number issues in a bid to reform the trade. The vendors say the agreement between the ccc and coconut vendors must be mutually beneficial.
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Proprietor of the total construction supplies company Timothy Mangal is denying that there was an ulterior motive behind the rejection of a cheque from talk show host Richard Frederick. The former national housing corporation director and senator cites procedure and not political bias for refusing a cheque given to his company for the payment of …
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The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) expects to have its full slate of election candidates by the end of July, party leader Philip J. Pierre says. “Hopefully we should have all our candidates by the end of next month,” the Castries East MP told reporters Thursday afternoon. The SLP has so far announced the […]

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World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom said on Wednesday he expected the number of novel coronavirus cases around the world, now at about 9.3 million, to reach 10 million next week. Tedros also told a news briefing he backed Saudi Arabia’s decision to ban pilgrims from abroad from attending the annual Haj pilgrimage to […]

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The Guild of Graduates Of Cuba (Saint Lucia) Incorporated has supported the Nobel Prize Nomination For Cuban Medical Brigade. The group signalled its support in a June 23, 2020 letter to Alejandro Simancas Marin, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba. The letter was signed by the President of the Guild, Jamal Francis. The text of […]

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Is the right to protest a privilege that can be revoked?  The recent occurrences regarding peaceful protest have me thinking and particularly with regard to the Public Order Act and how it is enforced in normal times i.e. without a State of Emergency.   Does the Constitution give us the right to protest? If so, why […]

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Saint Lucia’s Minister with responsibility for broadcasting, Dominic Fedee, has praised the work of the local media acknowledging that it is often difficult. “You guys do a tremendous job,” he told reporters Thursday. Fedee said it takes a lot of courage. “I admire you guys all the time, because sometimes you get caught in political […]

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Press Release:- As of  June 23, 2020, the World Health Organization reported a total of 8,993,659 confirmed cases of  COVID-19 globally with 469,587 deaths. There are now 4.437,946 confirmed cases in the region of the Americas. Saint Lucia currently has on record 19 cases of COVID-19. The last case was diagnosed on June 4 , […]

This article Saint Lucia Reports 100 Percent COVID-19 Recovery appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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