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The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has expressed surprise and disappointment at the Prime Minister’s lack of response on the issue of duty free concessions for travelling officers. In a January 14, 2020 letter to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, CSA  General Secretary, Claude Paul recalled that the trade union had written twice to him […]

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(AP) — Ukraine’s prime minister submitted his resignation Friday, days after he was caught on tape saying President Volodymyr Zelenskiy — a former sitcom star with no previous political experience — knows nothing about the economy. The scandal comes at a fraught moment for Zelenskiy, who has found himself in the middle of the impeachment ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) – Residents in Tangle River, St James, are in shock following the death of one of their beloved community members, who seemingly fell to his death early Tuesday morning after a night of drinking. He has been identified as 48-year-old labourer Shawn Anthony Watkins, otherwise called ‘Wasp’. The Spring Mount police reported that ...

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The Sir Arthur Lewis community College is leading the way in celebration of Saint Lucia’s Nobel Laureates with seven activities planned for its students, staff and the general public. The Nobel Laureate Festival runs from 10th January to 6th February 2020.

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Efforts by Government of Saint Lucia to improve citizen safety, are bearing fruit—so says Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet after a high caliber weapon was confiscated this past weekend. As part of its medium-term development plan for the period ending 2022, government has made citizen safety a key area of focus, with the aim of […]

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SLHTA Members are reminded that the Lobster Fishery is currently open until February 29, 2020. As you would recognize, the efforts to effectively manage the lobster fishery depends heavily on compliance. To ensure that a local fishery continues to provide fresh, local lobsters to establishments such as yours, both lobster fishers and lobster purchasers must […]

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