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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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GENEVA, Switzerland (AFP) — The World Health Organization warned Monday that too many countries were bungling their response to the coronavirus pandemic, meaning there could be no return to normality any time soon. After a daily record of 230,000 new COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday, the UN health agency said the pandemic was only going to get […]

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The union representing LIAT workers in Saint Lucia has joined counterparts in the region in expressing disappointment over talk of the airline’s liquidation. The National Workers Union (NWU) represents some 28 LIAT workers here. “Like all the other trade unions in the Caribbean, we are very disappointed over the manner in which the Prime Ministers […]

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What started as a brawl between two women quickly led to a rumble in the Faux-A-Chaux community, which resulted in one man being shot and an attack on SSU police officers. The Wednesday melee reportedly took a turn for the worse, when one bystander decided to obstruct the work of law enforcement officers.
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NASSAU, Bahamas (CMC)— A new survey conducted by the audit, tax and advisory firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), has found that the greatest concern for Caribbean businesses is a new wave of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The sixth COVID-19 CFO Pulse Survey, which was conducted between June 1-11, involved 989 chief financial officers (CFO) in 23 countries, including […]

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Saint Lucians with disabilities are concerned over the non-payment of their monthly stipends from the government. The disclosure comes from the President of the National Council For Persons With Disabilities, Merphilus James. He told St Lucia Times that up until Friday after noon he was still getting complaints from many persons with disabilities around the […]

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