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Dear St Lucia Times Online, Since the reopening of the borders to flights and passengers at the Hewanorra International Airport on June 4th 2020, only the Southern Taxi Association has been allowed to pick-up passengers. According to the Saint Lucia Air & Seaports Authority (SLASPA), this was mandated by the CMO and the Ministry of […]

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The union which represents former Saint Lucia employees of the regional airline, LIAT, has expressed grave concern over the payment of severance and other benefits to them. Regional media reports indicate that hundreds of former employees are owed about EC$80 million in severance payments. In the case of Saint Lucia, the estimated 30 former LIAT […]

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The Department of Fisheries has expressed concern about increased reports of jellyfish sightings by members of the public, although it says the presence of the creatures in local waters is not unusual. The Department has confirmed receiving several reports of jellyfish at Vigie beach and the Choc Bay area but says it is not a […]

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The St. Lucia civil service association (CSA) has called on the national insurance corporation to reconsider an administrative decision taken to pay sickness benefits into the bank accounts of contributors. The CSA is worried about the un-intended consequences of the move.
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By CCC (PRESS RELEASE) — Mayor of Castries, His Worship Peterson D. Francis, hopes that the new normal will deter the longstanding practice of loitering in the city of Castries. Mayor Francis made the comments as schools on the island opened their doors after an over five-month period of disruption due to the coronavirus outbreak. […]

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Press Release:- The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) is deeply concerned about the impact of the recent transfers and promotions made at senior levels within the Public Service and the negative effects that they may have on some of the individuals involved and on the morale of other public officers in general. The Acting Comptroller […]

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Jamaica Observer:– KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness says he has noted with concern the developments surrounding the case of a seven-year-old girl who was barred from attending a primary school in St Catherine because of her dreadlocks. “While we await the written judgement to determine the basis of the ruling issued by our Supreme […]

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Saint Lucia Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has expressed concern over the psychological impact of COVID-19, noting that the virus is creating a lot of anxiety among the populace. He was addressing a Caribbean Community (CARICOM) virtual security conference this week. While noting that the COVID-19 pandemic is already having a huge economic impact, Chastanet observed […]

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Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) Candidate for Soufriere, Emma Hippolyte, has written to the Mayor of Soufriere urging access to public bathrooms at Palmiste, Soufriere,  by underprivileged and impoverished residents. In the July 13, 2020 letter, Hippolyte observed that the residents do not have access to running water and proper bathrooms in their homes. She […]

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