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Leader of the opposition Philip J Pierre plans to join the local chapter of the black lives matter movement at the special rally scheduled for Friday June 12th 2020. The protest which has gained major traction on social media platforms is in solidarity with the global call to action against racial injustice and police brutality. …
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Licence stickers  have disappeared from the Transport Department at Union, Castries, prompting a Police investigation. Confirmation came Wednesday night from Transport Minister, Guy Joseph. Joseph gave the confirmation during Newsmaker Live on DBS Television. “According to the report we have received, 32 stickers went missing from the department over the weekend,” the Minister told Newsmaker […]

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The Chief Medical Officer ,Dr. Sharon Belmar George is warning saint lucians against complacency as the global pandemic is far-from over. In her latest advisory on friday, the cmo underscored the importance of the covid protocols with the anticipation of more cases as the economy opens for business.
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Over four hundred employees at coconut bay resort have been made redundant. These are just latest workers to lose their jobs to the economic downturn caused by the global pandemic. Leading fast-food chains and other hotel resorts have also reportedly let-go scores of employees over the past few weeks.
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Jamaica Observer:– It has been two and a half weeks since Jean Watt, the spouse of legendary reggae singer Bunny Wailer, has gone missing from the family home in Washington Gardens, St Andrew, and a reward is now on the table. However, as the search intensifies, there have been reports of ‘sightings’ in towns in Portland, […]

This article Search Continues For Bunny Wailer’s Spouse appeared first on St. Lucia Times News.

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LONDON, United Kingdom (AFP) — West Indies captain Jason Holder has said his side will consider whether to take the knee during next month’s Test series against England in support of the Black Lives Matter campaign. Holder’s squad arrived in Manchester on Tuesday as anti-racism demonstrations, sparked by the police killing of George Floyd in the United States, continued […]

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It remains unclear whether Saint Lucia Labour Party MPs will join the "anti-Chastanet round the island" motorcade scheduled for Sunday. In a statement on Monday, Richard Frederick announced he would be calling upon the opposition MPs and their supporters, as well as "disgruntled" United Workers Party supporters, to join him.

The post Will SLP MPs join Frederick’s “Anti-Chastanet Drive?” appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Over 400 employees of the Coconut Bay Beach Resort and Spa in Vieux Fort have been made redundant, HTS Television news reported Wednesday evening. It’s the latest fallout from the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic. According to HTS, the employees were summoned to the resort on Wednesday to collect their severance pay […]

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