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Press Release:–  The leader of the St Lucia Labour Party continues to show that he is unfit for leadership and this was evident in his latest outburst on Social Media where he stoops to the lowest levels of discourse. In an alarming post on the Honourable Prime Minister’s Facebook page, Philip J Pierre even tries […]

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Little Rock (KATV):- A petition has been started to rename the George S. Benson Auditorium at Harding University to honor Botham S. Jean, a graduate who was fatally shot in his apartment by a Dallas police officer in September of 2018. According to the petition, Benson was a vocal racist and supporter of segregation who he […]

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On Thursday, June 4, 2020 the Ezra Long Laboratory of the Owen King EU hospital reported that from a batch of 23 tests conducted there was one positive case of COVID-19. The individual is a 33 year old female who is one of our nationals working on a cruise line. She was recently repatriated to […]

The post BREAKING NEWS: REPATRIATED CRUSE LINE WORKER SAINT LUCA’S 19th COVID-19 CASE appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Strike action at St. Jude Hosptial has been averted following a resolution to the industrial relations matter involving the embattled h.r manager at the institution. Labor minister Stephenson king convened a meeting with the national workers union and the board of the directors of the st. Jude hospital to discuss this and other outstanding issues …
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Tourism officials are denying claims in a viral voice note of the post Covid-19 de-certification of all taxi drivers. The permanent secretary in the ministry of tourism sought to clarify the policy changes at a stakeholder consultation regarding procedure for the reopening of the borders. During the exercise, taxi drivers were availed of the new …
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Statement by the United Workers Party: The leader of the Saint Lucia Labour Party continues to show that he is unfit for leadership and this was evident in his latest outburst on social media where he stoops to the lowest levels of discourse. In an alarming post on the Honourable Prime Minister’s Facebook page, Philip […]

The post UWP says Opposition Leader proves once again he is “not fit for leadership” appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Opposition leader Philip J. Pierre has declared that  the wind of change can be felt moving across this nation. “More and more St. Lucians are rising up to express their frustration with this current administration’s incompetence, consistent failures, blatant corruption and undemocratic practices,” he stated. The Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) leader made the comments […]

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BBC News:- The Gambia has demanded a “credible” investigation after the son of a diplomat was shot dead by US police. Thirty-nine-year-old Momodou Lamin Sisay was shot after a car chase in Georgia on Friday morning, according to the preliminary investigation by Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI). He was pronounced dead on the scene. The police […]

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