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(PRESS RELEASE) – Plans for engaging the management and staff of the tourism sector are well underway as the Department of Health & Wellness conducted a consultation session with key stakeholders of the tourism sector. The Department of Health & Wellness recently engaged key stakeholders in the hospitality industry in a discussion aimed at implementing ...

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CNN:-  A British Airways (BA) flight has broken the record for the fastest-ever subsonic flight between New York and London, reaching a top speed of more than 800mph (1,287km/h). The Boeing 747 aircraft flew overnight from Saturday to Sunday and reached its destination in four hours and 56 minutes, as Storm Ciara sped towards the […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Mayor of Castries, His Worship Peterson D. Francis has endorsed the safe and fair decriminalization and legalization of cannabis in Saint Lucia after being informed about all aspects of the proposed Saint Lucia Cannabis industry. The information was presented last week by representatives of the Herbal Cooperative, the Cannabis Movement and the ...

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Barbados Today:– Barbados has denied entry to the cruise ship MV Caribbean Princess due to an outbreak of gastroenteritis on board. The ship, carrying in excess of 3,000 passengers and 1,000 crew, was scheduled to berth at the Bridgetown Port Sunday morning. Acting Chief Medical Officer, Dr Kenneth George, disclosed that the Ministry of Health and […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:- The head of a United Kingdom (UK) pressure group is urging the Andrew Holness administration to deny landing rights to a charter flight from Britain with 50 Jamaicans to be deported to the island next Tuesday, after one of the detainees attempted to end his life. The man, said to be about 22, is […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has promised continued support for Saint Lucian sprinter Julien Alfred, whom he met in the United States while on his current vacation leave. “It was really great catching up with Saint Lucian Sprint Queen, Julien Alfred whilst in Austin, Texas on my 4 day break,” Chastanet wrote on his official Facebook […]

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At least 4 snakes in Anse La Raye were relocated to the forest in Millet after workers at a quarry raised an alarm, Forestry officials say. The incident occurred last week. A video of the efforts to relocate the boa constrictors from the quarry in Anse La Raye was posted on social media. Forestry officials […]

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News 12 New Jersey:- A crew member aboard the Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas ship was found dead aboard the ship earlier this week, according to a Port Authority spokesperson. It comes as the CDC tests travelers from the ship for the deadly coronavirus, but the Port Authority and Royal Caribbean say the death is […]

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