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Dear Sir: The Fusion Super-plex complex complains about Bahamas Power and Light ( BPL) and its power outages impact on their business.  It’s a 42 million dollars investment with no obvious thought about reliable power in the absence of BPL’s power cuts.  I cannot sympathize with their plight, as I find it totally foolish and […]
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Dear Sir: At last week’s annual Labour Day celebrations in Fyzabad, Movement for Social Justice Political Leader David Abdullah referred to opposition leader and UNC’s political leader Kamla Persad-Bissessar as “the wolf disguised as the grandmother.” Abdullah’s attack on Persad-Bissessar reeks of political hypocrisy coming from someone who has made absolutely no contribution to public […]
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Dear Sir: On a recent trip in the USA, I was driving along the highway and showing a member of my family the water towers and explaining how they are integral to the water distribution system of the townships.  I pointed out that the cable barriers along the highway were placed well away from the […]
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Dear Sir: There should be no drums, no marching and no speeches on this Labour Day. Labour, like many of the other human service sectors of Trinidad and Tobago, has failed those whom they were meant to serve. Similar to some in political office, the leaders live in a world apart from the members. They […]
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The National Workers Union – the bargain representatives for the workers of the water and sewage company WASCO, wants company to take action against those responsible for denying their agreed wage increase. For several years, some of WASCO’s workers were not paid the agreed ten percent increase to which they were entitled.  
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There is confirmation by the ministry of health, that St. Lucia’s nurses are leaving for greener pastures overseas. On Monday HTS News4orce received reports, that the situation at the Victoria Hospital is critical. The Intensive Care Unit and maternity wards are badly affected.The ministry of health is confident that the system can cope.  
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The impact of climate change is suspected to be the cause of the sharp decline in the landing of some fish species. Now a days the flying fish is becoming a small percentage of the fishermen’s catch. This has been noted, not only in St. Lucia but in other Caribbean islands, particularly Barbados, where the …
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Barbados Today:- Within the next two weeks Barbados is hoping to start negotiations with Antigua and Barbuda regarding the sale of its LIAT shares. So says Barbados’ lead negotiator Attorney General Dale Marshall, who has revealed that Government is currently awaiting word from the regional airline carrier on when those negotiations can be held. Earlier this […]

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