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Saint Lucia’s Minister with responsibility for broadcasting, Dominic Fedee, has praised the work of the local media acknowledging that it is often difficult. “You guys do a tremendous job,” he told reporters Thursday. Fedee said it takes a lot of courage. “I admire you guys all the time, because sometimes you get caught in political […]

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Sky News:– Six of Donald Trump’s campaign team have tested positive for coronavirus ahead of his first election rally, which will be attended by 10,000 supporters. While some parts of the world are experiencing a second COVID-19 spike, much of America is still ascending the first curve, prompting many to question the safety of a mass […]

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National security minister senator Hermangild Francis says the impacs investigation into alleged extra-judicial killings by members of the royal Saint Lucia police force will be addressed before Saint Lucians head-back to the polls. He made the declaration during a prime-time tv appearance on tuesday on one of the local networks.
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(PRESS RELEASE) — After a series of meetings between the SPL Team, partners, and team owners, the league continues to monitor the current situation as it relates to COVID-19 and its effect on all involved. The consensus is that the league needs three months of preparation time and a decision can only be made when ...

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After a series of meetings between the St. Lucia Premier League (SPL) Team, Partners and Team Owners, the league continues to monitor the current situation as it relates to Covid-19 and its effect on all involved. The consensus is that the league needs 3 months of preparation time and a decision can only be made when the green light of safety is given along with procedures for mass crowd events.

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(WEAHER.COM) — A broad area of low pressure in the central Atlantic is now unlikely going to be the third tropical or subtropical depression to form before hurricane season officially begins. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) tagged this system Invest 92L Thursday evening, a designation that allows for specialized computer models to be run on ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – Good morning, members of the media. Good morning, members of the public, I want to give you an update on the state of play regarding our COVID-19 struggles. Before I do so, though, allow me the opportunity to express my best wishes for a speedy recovery for the Right Honourable Said Musa, ...

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Press Release:- Washington, DC, May 5, 2020 (PAHO) – The Director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Carissa F. Etienne, asked countries to analyze specific trends in the COVID-19 pandemic according to their unique contexts, and warned that reducing social distancing measures “too soon could accelerate the spread of the virus and open the door for […]

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(AP) – For the first time, a blood test has been shown to help detect many types of cancer in a study of thousands of people with no history or symptoms of the disease. The test is still experimental. Even its fans say it needs to be improved and that Tuesday’s results are not ideal. ...

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Labour Minister Stephenson King says there’s a proposal before the Attorney General’s Chambers regarding layoffs and suspensions under Section 148 of the Labour Code. King disclosed that it seeks to seeks to propose an extension to the period of layoffs for a continuous period specific to COVID-19, together with the resolution of some other critical […]

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