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Trinidad Express:– Former Public Administration Minister Marlene McDonald has been granted bail amounting to $2 million. The charges against her were read in absentia yesterday afternoon since she is at the St Clair Medical Hospital, being treated for an undisclosed ailment. McDonald’s husband Michael Carew is on $500,000 bail. Edgar Zephyrine, former head of the National […]

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Following the publication of Virgin Atlantic’s termination of flights notice, Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee addressed the nation on Friday July 26. He disclosed that the British airline had demanded a EC$20 million subsidy. On Monday the prime minister said, “Virgin Atlantic has made a significant contribution to the development of this country, and for that I am extremely grateful.

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Press Release:– There are no plans for the Government to reinstate a Firearm Amnesty on the island. The Minister   for Home Affairs and National Security Senator the Honourable Hermangild Francis sought to clear the air on Thursday, August 8, 2019 as he expressed surprise after reading a Voice Newspaper article   headlined: “Is the guns […]

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Trinidad Guardian:- The res­ur­rec­tion of a six-year-old in­ves­ti­ga­tion in­to the al­leged si­phon­ing of over $1 mil­lion from a gov­ern­ment min­istry to three or­gan­i­sa­tions linked to fam­i­ly and friends cul­mi­nat­ed in the ar­rest of Pub­lic Ad­min­is­tra­tion Min­is­ter Mar­lene Mc­Don­ald and her hus­band yesterday. Of­fi­cers of the Fraud Squad swooped down on Mc­Don­ald’s home at Val­ley View, Mara­cas, […]

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Tourism officials are boasting of impressive visitor arrival numbers from St Lucia’s key source markets. According to the minister for tourism, the latest figures when compared to that of one year ago, are up. However, cruise tourism has not enjoyed the same level of growth and there are concerns about the British and Canadian markets.
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(PRESS RELEASE) — As part of continuing efforts to strengthen the Local Government system in Saint Lucia, the Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, Local Government and Empowerment hosted a three-day retreat for Members of Parliament, Local Government mayors and chairpersons. The retreat was held at the Bay Gardens Hotel and will run from August 6 ...
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Asserting that the planned pullout of Virgin Atlantic from Saint Lucia in June next year is an issue of national importance, Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee has called for more common sense and less politics in response to the situation. Fedee told St Lucia Times that he’s very confused by the utterances from the opposition, including […]

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