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The regional airline plans to extend the temporary layoff of pilots for three months, it has been reported. According to an article in Barbados Today, the airline has advised the the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association of the need for the measure. According to the publication, a June 11 letter from Human Resources Manager, Samantha […]

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Press Release:– The National Insurance Corporation (NIC) took extraordinary measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic through the Economic Relief Programme (ERP). The ERP was designed to provide income support to NIC contributors directly affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic. NIC is continuing to make payments to qualifying applicants under the ERP. As at June 10th: The […]

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Christopher Hunte was detained by Saint Lucia police Sunday afternoon, about five minutes drive from the fishing village of Canaries. Hunte’s detention was recorded an posted on social media. It was reported that he was asked to accompany the police to Custody Suites in Castries. The detention took place as several persons took part in […]

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Talk show host Christopher Hunte was detained at today’s “Anti-Chastanet” round the island motorcade. The event was scheduled to start at 11:00 am in Castries but the police told participants to go home. Speaking to the STAR, event organizer Richard Frederick said he was informed by the police that the activity amounted to a march […]

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Police officers were out in full force in Castries on Sunday morning ahead of the planned “Anti-Chastanet” round the island motorcade. Prior to the scheduled 11:00am start time participants were instructed by the police to “go home.” The RSLPF’s Wayne Charley (left) speaks to organizer Richard Frederick. Followed by a large group of supporters, event […]

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Saint Lucia’s Police Commissioner Milton Desir Sunday denied social media reports that Talk Show Host and former Castries Central MP, Richard Frederick, had been arrested during preparations for an ‘unlawful’ anti-government motorcade. Frederick was one of the organisers of the event. “Richard Frederick has not been arrested,” Acting Police Commissioner Desir declared. According to the […]

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CNN: Coronavirus rages on the edges of Rio de Janeiro — in the hills and slums run by drug gangs, where police dare not go unless on an armed raid. Absent of help from the state — President Jair Bolsonaro has pledged to crush criminals “like cockroaches” — the gangs have stepped up. Where before they peddled […]

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