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Jamaica Observer:- MONTEGO BAY, St James — Government has warned stakeholders in the tourism industry that the days of employing workers on short contracts in hotels are numbered. The tourism sector, which raked in some US$3.3 billion from the 4.3 million visitors welcomed to the Jamaican shores last year, directly employs approximately 120,000 people. However, Tourism […]

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A twenty-nine year old male was hospitalised Monday afternoon following a shooting incident at Gros Islet, law enforcement officials have confirmed. The shooting occurred on Marie Therese Street about 2.30 p.m, the law enforcement officials disclosed. The victim was identified as Nathan Theodole. Emergency officials told St Lucia Times that he was transported to hospital […]

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The St. Lucia Employers’ Federation has welcomed what it says is the calmer industrial relations climate in St. Lucia. The Executive Director of the Employers’ Federation, Joseph Alexander in a sit down with HTS News4orce on Monday, says that curbing the high rate of unemployment should be government’s main target.  
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The National Arts Festival will honour outstanding late St. Lucian singer, song writer and producer Francis Leebo De Lima with a music award in his name. The announcement was made by partners – CIBC First Caribbean and the Cultural Development Foundation at the official launch of the 2019 Arts festival.  
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Here is today’s question: Do you expect the plans and proposals outlined in the 2019 to 2020 budget to have a positive impact on St. Lucia’s economy? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or Whatsapp to …
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The assessment and evaluation unit of the division of education held a CXC administration meeting with school principals, examination presiding officers and invigilators in an effort to ensure that they are well-versed in the standards expected by CXC. The training exercise was held ahead of this year’s sitting of the CXC examinations.  
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The Folk Research Centre (FRC) is preparing to bid farewell to its long-serving Executive Director Hilary Laforce. La force who has seen the FRC through some of its memorable accomplishments and very challenging times – chief among them the fire which destroyed the FRC’s headquarters, will soon be passing the baton to his successor.  
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It was supposed to be a relaxing day at the beach for an 18 year old of Vieux Fort. However, the outing on Sunday turned into a tragedy with the teenager losing her life. Reports are that the teenager had gone on a short trip in the bay on board a kayak with two companions …
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BBC- Tiger Woods produced a scintillating finish to win a fifth Masters title and end an 11-year wait to claim a 15th major. There were raucous celebrations around the 18th green as Woods finished with a two-under-par 70 to win on 13 under, one clear of fellow Americans Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka. …
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Jamaica Gleaner:- Jamaicans are the main culprits in an emerging illicit scheme of Caribbean nationals submitting fraudulent skills certificate to obtain the right to work in CARICOM countries, an issue likely to inflame anti-free movement passions to the detriment of an already struggling integration movement. The details are contained in a confidential report obtained by The […]

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