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Tens of thousands of travelers have been left stranded, as thomas cook – a major player in the international travel and tourism market collapsed. The company was unable to reach a settlement with its bankers who were demanding payment of about 250 million dollars. The collapse of Thomas Cook has affected travelers around the world …
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The united states navy hospital ship “comfort” is now anchored in St. Lucia’s waters just off point Seraphina. The ship and its crew of top quality medical professionals will be operating along side St. Lucian medical personnel to provide free services to residents.
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The emergency services reported a calmer than normal weekend, with a decrease in the number of calls, seeking their intervention. However, one disturbing trend continued. In the community of Ti La Ressource Dennery, there was an urgent call for help – one man had been confronted and shot.
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The people’s distress fund will soon be up and running. That’s according to peter Lansiquot who took up the responsibility to set up the fund to assist families facing disasters such as fires. HTS Newsforce spoke to Lansiquot about the status of the organisation, which he had promised to launch following the grave yard fire …
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By Terry Finisterre The Saint Lucia National Cricket Association (SLNCA) announced today that left-arm fast bowler Dillan John had been called up to join the Windward Islands Volcanoes training camp in St George’s, Grenada. Aged 24, John will be hoping to impress the selectors and make it onto the Volcanoes franchise squad, which will compete […]

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Antigua and Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne, responding to media reports that LIAT may be on the verge of collapse, has said that it appears that some are wishing for that to happen. “It seems as though there are some who are literally wishing the collapse of LIAT,” Antigua Observer quoted Browne as saying. The […]

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Sky News:– British holidaymakers were thrown out of their hotels abroad as others scrambled for information on how to get home after the collapse of travel giant Thomas Cook. From job losses to cancelled honeymoons, the demise of the British company left an estimated 600,000 people stranded worldwide. Some travellers reported being kicked out of their […]

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