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Former Health Minister, Dr. Keith Mondesir, has lauded the initiatives taken by the Allen Chastanet administration to halt the spread of COVID-19 here,  but believes a suggestion that this country close its borders is extreme. “I commend them on their effort,” Mondesir stated in regard to ongoing efforts to stop the spread of the virus. […]

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(SNO) — Former Minister for Commerce, Business Development, Investment and Consumer Affairs, Emma Hippolyte, and her sister are under self-quarantine after they reportedly came in contact with a male patient who has shown symptoms of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), medical sources disclosed late Tuesday. The male individual who recently arrived in St. Lucia from ...

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) – After managing to complete a National Youth Service programme, Beverley Walters was placed on job experience in her community for three months. However, she said she could not remain there because she was teased by her former colleagues and peers who knew of her past, so she moved to Clarendon to stay ...

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On Friday February 28th a number of social support agencies, community-based groups, non-governmental organisations, well-wisher and project partners from the United States were on hand for the Saint Lucia launch of They Often Cry Outreach (TOCO) - a Taj Weekes foundation. On hand for the launch was Hon. Fortuna Belrose - Minister in the Ministry of Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Culture and Creative Industries with responsibility for Culture and Creative Industries, Governor General Emerita, H.E. Dame Pearlette Louisy, Hon. Shawn Edwards representing the Leader of the Opposition and Goodwill Ambassadors their Excellencies Ronald “Boo” Hinkson, Gordon “Commissioner” Gordon...

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Press Release:- Minister for Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Senator Honourable Hermangild Francis has indicated there is a need for  a major reduction in stigma against former prison inmates in Saint Lucia.  The reduction in stigma, he explained, is not because  the impact of crime on the society is not understood, but because high levels […]

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(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN) – A for­mer se­cu­ri­ty guard of the now de­funct Sen­tinel Se­cu­ri­ty Ser­vices faced lar­ce­ny charges, af­ter he al­leged­ly stole over four hun­dred thou­sand dol­lars from Re­pub­lic Bank Lim­it­ed over sev­en years ago. 66-year-old Rawle Dann of Scar­bor­ough, To­ba­go, stood be­fore Mag­is­trate In­drani Ce­de­no at the Scar­bor­ough Mag­is­trate First Court and plead­ed guilty to ...

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Former prime minister Dr. Kenny Anthony has bemoaned the current Allen Chastanet administration’s treatment of Jeanine Compton-Antoine. The Vieux Fort south MP, was a guest this week on the radio Caribbean international (RCI) programme – the lunch room. Prime minister Allen Chastanet had rejected compton-antoine’s appointment as director of the saint Lucian national trust (SLNT), …
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Barbados Today:– Outgoing chairman of LIAT Dr Jean Holder is urging shareholder governments of the cash-strapped airline not to allow the carrier, which is critical to regional travel, to close its doors. He made the plea for the sake of the people of the Caribbean, as he expressed his love for the airline during his retirement […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Office of the Mayor and the Castries Constituency Council wish to pay tribute to late Councillor Victor Maurice who died while receiving treatment after a shooting incident in November last year. Councillor Maurice, a popular and hardworking nut-vendor, has served the Castries Constituency Council for many years. He was well-known as ...

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