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The Caribbean is facing another possible health threat as an enormous cloud of Sahara dust blankets the sky. Public health officials are warning people prone to respiratory illnesses to take steps to minimize the health hazards associated with a deterioration in air quality.
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The Water And Sewage Company (WASCO) sought to ensure customers of the safety of the water supply as the Saharan dust batters the Caribbean region. However, with a water related state of emergency in effect, WASCO is urging Saint Lucians to conserve water, as the dust cloud could reduce rainfall levels.
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Press Release:-  Massy Stores (SLU) has always been and remains fully committed to serving the nation and our valued customers particularly at this extremely difficult time in our country’s history and well into the future. Staff and customer welfare remain paramount for the company and we continue to do everything we can (in keeping with […]

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Public servants, taxi operators and bus drivers in Saint Lucia are set to benefit from duty-free concessions on vehicles. During today's Budget Address, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said that the government has recognized the hard work of essential staff during mitigation efforts against the spread of COVID-19. These workers, he said, faced immense challenges in carrying out their duties.

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Ahead of Tuesday’s Budget Address, the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) reiterated its call on Prime Minister Allen Chastanet to put the people of this country first. “Many Saint Lucians have lost their jobs, businesses have closed, the poor and people with disabilities still have not received their monthly stipend for over 2 months, yet […]

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St Jude Hospital (SJH) employees Tuesday staged a protest over the presence at the medical facility of its Human Resource Director, who is at the centre of an investigation. Andrew Piltie had been sent on administrative leave amidst the ongoing probe. However an SJH official described his “brief’ presence Tuesday on the job as being […]

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As European Union nations continue to ease coronavirus restrictions, the EU is considering recommending that member states block American visitors from visiting their countries due to the surge of coronavirus cases in the US, according to two EU diplomats. “The criteria will be focused on circulation of the virus,” said one EU diplomat, adding that […]

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BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) — Virgin Atlantic announced yesterday that it would resume its flights to the Caribbean in August. The airline had earlier announced that services from London Heathrow are expected to resume from July 20. Virgin Atlantic said flights from Barbados to London Heathrow will start on August 2. It said flights from Antigua, […]

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