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Acting Deputy Police Commissioner Wayne Charlery has spoken in the aftermath of claims that he instructed police officers to target protestors who were wearing red, the colour of the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), during an ‘unlawful’ anti-government motorcade on Sunday. Outspoken government critic and Talk Show personality, Christopher Hunte, was arrested during the […]

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Press Release:– We at the Castries Constituency Council were left flabbergasted as a result of the bold statements made by the Castries East MP, Hon. Philip J Pierre in the Parliament of St. Lucia on Tuesday June 2, 2020. The Castries East MP sought to suggest that the Castries Constituency Council had deliberately closed the Marchand […]

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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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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has addressed what he describes as a ‘miscommunication’ that has been going around, asserting that MPs gave themselves a salary hike amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic. “That’s not true,” he told reporters outside parliament Tuesday. He recalled that there was a Salary Review Commission appointed back in 2008. According to Chastanet, […]

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NOTICE BY THE NATIONAL INSURANCE CORPORATION: The National Insurance Corporation (NIC) finds it necessary to respond to statements circulating on social media, falsely claiming it bailed out the government of Saint Lucia by purchasing $5M in unsold Treasury Bills on the Regional Securities Market. The NIC wishes to set the record straight regarding these false […]

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(Source: Republic World) — Cricket West Indies’ finances recently underwent an audit from an accounting and financial management consulting firm PKF. The audit result indicates that Cricket West Indies (CWI) is currently suffering from excessive revenue projections. Meanwhile, the worrying factors from the audit figures all point towards the workings of the previous administration, i.e. […]

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– Leading insurance company Sagicor has extended its health care coverage during COVID-19. The company has announced that it will be honouring claims related to telemedicine – the practice of remote consultations by medical practitioners who utilise clinical solutions supported by technology. This has seen the launch of a phased programme, which makes healthcare more …
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(NY DAILY NEWS) – President Trump on Friday walked back his suggestion that coronavirus patients could cure themselves by injecting disinfectants into their lungs, claiming he floated the outrageous proposal “sarcastically” just to “see what would happen.” Facing pushback from disinfectant producers and Democrats, Trump said his Thursday injection spiel was made in jest as ...

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