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National security minister Hermangild Francis claims that it is disingenuous of the St. Lucia Fire Service Association to say that the government has not be taking measures to address occupational health and safety concerns of firefighters. The officers recently downed their tools for ten days, citing a list of longstanding grievances.  
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The ministry of health is sending out an urgent appeal to the adult male population to seek immediate medical attention if they experience symptoms that include fever, headache, joint and muscle pains, cough, shortness of breath and generalized weakness. The health alert comes as ministry officials investigate a few deaths in adult males during the …
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The Chairman of the Saint Lucia National Housing Corporation (NHC), has told reporters that financing remains a crucial problem for the body. Senator Timothy Mangal explained that because of the money issues faced, the NHC has had to look at innovative measures. “We did launch the PPP, The Public Private Sector Partnership arrangement some time […]

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The National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT) has expressed concern over a sign prohibiting bus access to a road near Sunbilt Limited at Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet. Gros Islet drivers have complained that the sign is creating congestion. NCOPT President, Godfrey Ferdinand told St Lucia Times that the authorities did not consult his organisation on […]

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Trinidad Guardian:– Com­mis­sion­er of Po­lice Gary Grif­fith is look­ing to clamp down on the long list of of­fi­cers serv­ing in­def­i­nite sus­pen­sions due to crim­i­nal charges not­ing the state is pay­ing some $50 mil­lion an­nu­al­ly on these of­fi­cers. He re­vealed his plan dur­ing a Joint Se­lect Com­mit­tee deal­ing with the ex­pen­di­ture and in­ter­nal con­trols of the Trinidad […]

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Journal Sentinel:- Carol Ann McNeill-Skorupan’s ship had anchored at George Town in the Cayman Islands last month, the first stop on a nine-night Caribbean cruise that departed from Florida. Once in port on Feb. 3, the 68-year-old Madison woman got a notice that her third piece of luggage, which hadn’t arrived with her flight from Wisconsin to […]

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