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The Saint Lucia Fire Service Association has declared that the government should be blamed for any suffering caused to citizens, as firefighters continue their strike action. Association President, Shane Felix, asserted Monday night that the government is trying to pin the blame for the current situation on the strikers. But Felix said the association issued […]

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(SNO) — The Saint Luia government has commissioned a reconfigured cocoa micro-fermentation plant in Anse Ger, Micoud which Prime Minister Allen Chastanet said will assist efforts at agricultural diversification on the island. In a statement on his Facebook page, Chastanet said the facility will assist cocoa farmers improve the fermenting process of their product. “The ...

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ABC News:- When 22-year-old Kayla Cooper walked out of car dealership in tears, little did she know a good Samaritan was about to help her. Cooper, a nursing student at San Diego City College, was at Auto City in El Cajon, California, when she realized that she didn’t have enough money for a down payment to […]

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(SNO) — Labour Minister\ Stephenson King has accused the Saint Lucia Firefighters Association (SLFA) of violating a collective agreement made between itself and the government as a SFLA strike continues on the island. He said in a statement that the matter has to be determined, however, he personally believes that the firefighters have failed to comply ...

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Associated Press:- CARACAS, Venezuela — About 1,000 members of the Venezuelan security forces have fled to Colombia since last month, giving up weapons and uniforms as they abandoned the government of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, Colombian authorities said Monday. Colombia’s foreign ministry released the updated number of Venezuelan police and military personnel who crossed the […]

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