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Ahead of Tuesday’s Budget Address, the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP) reiterated its call on Prime Minister Allen Chastanet to put the people of this country first. “Many Saint Lucians have lost their jobs, businesses have closed, the poor and people with disabilities still have not received their monthly stipend for over 2 months, yet […]

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Saint Lucia’s Ministry of Health has advised citizens to take measures to protect themselves from the ill effects of Saharan dust. The Saint Lucia Meteorological Services  has informed the Ministry of Health and Wellness of the passage of the Saharan dust over Saint Lucia. Medical Officer of Health, Doctor Glensford Joseph, says this explains the […]

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Two Saint Lucians have now been arrested for a murder that took place in Martinique six years ago, local reports say. According to Martinique 1ere, the two are suspected in the case of the murder of Rodny Moundras, on February 26, 2014, in the Godissard district of Fort-de-France. The publication reported Monday that after several […]

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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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Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee has said in connection with the gradual re-opening of this country’s borders that the health and safety of Saint Lucians come first. Fedee indicated that an announcement will be made soon on what the new protocols will be. But he made it clear that local authorities will not be ‘pushed or […]

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The Ministry of Health  has cautioned Saint Lucians not to become complacent regarding COVID-19. The Ministry made specific mention of  adhering to the physical distancing and infection prevention and control measures. “Saint Lucians are asked to avoid participating in large social gatherings, to remain vigilant and continue taking the necessary precautions,” Chief Medical Officer Dr. […]

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Efforts by senior leadership of Saint Lucia’s representative offices in the United States and the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA), will result in a JetBlue repatriation flight on June 10, from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). Jet Blue 8181 which is expected to arrive at 12:30 pm, will bring home ninety-four (94) […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Eleven more Saint Lucians are scheduled to arrive Saturday, June 6, 2020 via The Royal Vision of the Seas, which will depart Barbados destined for Port Castries, with an expected arrival time of 12 p.m. The nationals were on a variety of Royal Caribbean International vessels and recently transferred to the referenced ...

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