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Press Release:– It has been reported in some sections of the media that an individual who was involved in a fatal accident which took place at the Castries Port while loading bananas on Thursday, April 11, 2019 was an employee of Winfresh. The Management of Winfresh deeply regrets this incident and take the opportunity to […]

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Family members of the stevedore who died in a tragic accident Thursday afternoon on the Castries wharf say they have no information and are seeking answers in relation to his death. Wilson Joseph, 54, is reported to have been ‘squeezed’ by a 40 foot container while a vessel was being loaded. “Presently, we have no […]

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Josiah Antoine, alias ‘Red Ants’, has been sentenced to six months in prison for snatching a mobile telephone from a non-national, the office of Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis has announced. A release from the Mayor’s office said Antoine was also fined $500 for possession of a dangerous weapon when he appeared in court at Gros […]

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Extended public transportation hours is just one of the proposals coming out of the National Council on Public Transportation’s April 7th annual biennial meeting. Speaking to HTS News4orce on the fringes on the gathering, transport minister Guy Joseph says 2019 promises to be a good year for minibus operators.  
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Protest action has been averted and a state of normalcy has been restored at the Inland Revenue Department (IRD). The Civil Service Association recently gave notice of strike action at the IRD, if occupational health and safety concerns were not addressed.  
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The controversial matter of government’s issuing of contracts by direct award, as opposed to the tendering process was the subject of heated debate in parliament on Thursday. The member of parliament for Castries South East was at the heart of the debate, as he accused the opposition of being hypocritical on the matter.  
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A beach education and action campaign by the National Conservation Authority has ended with student designed, conservation themed Trash-bins being placed on beaches in the north of Saint Lucia.      
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