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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is agreeing, in principle, to one of the plans proposed by Barbadian Prime Minister Mia Mottley to keep regional airline LIAT running. Mottley’s government has suggested Minimum Revenue Guarantees – known as MRGs – to make the airline profitable and ensure it can continue servicing certain routes. MRGs represent money paid …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has described the March 22nd meeting with US President Donald Trump as ‘promising.’ Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister was one of four Caribbean leaders to meet Trump at his Florida resort. While he refused to respond to criticism of the meeting by Prime Ministers Gaston Browne and Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, he doubled …
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CPLT20.COM- The Hero Caribbean Premier League’s player’s draft will take place on Wednesday 22 May 2019 at the Gfinity eSports Arena in London. The state-of-the-art production facility will allow CPL fans from around the globe to follow the action which will be hosted by a world-class panel of pundits.    Full details of where the …
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Consultant Psychologist, Doctor Julius Gilliard, has warned that children should be encouraged to express how they feel and those feelings should not be summarily dismissed. He recalled an incident in which parents told an eight year old child that the minor was too young to be depressed. ‘You are dismissing children’s feelings that way, then […]

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Press Release:-  Four staff members of St Jude Hospital will be leaving St Lucia for Taiwan in June 2019 to attend one month training in Medical, Nursing and other clinical areas at the Changhua Christian Hospital. They are: Jewel Joseph, Kera Natram, Denise Johnson, and Kevin Paul. The Board of Directors and Management of St […]

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Saint Lucia’s  National Council on Public Transportation (NCOPT), has responded to concerns expressed Monday by Castries Mayor, Peterson Francis, over illegal parking on City sidewalks. Francis declared in a statement that City Police would be cracking down on the practice which damages the sidewalks and obstructs pedestrians. The Mayor explained that the Castries Constituency Council […]

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