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The Saint Lucia Animal Protection Society (SLAPS) believes there will be an increased need for it to provide shelter for animals, because of the current situation with COVID-19. The organisation’s founder Pamela Devaux told St Lucia Times that  before the pandemic, SLAPS managed to get people to adopt a number of puppies. “But we’re filling […]

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The National Housing Corporation (NHC) is struggling to pay wages amidst a worsening financial situation at the entity. The NHC’s predicament was outlined in a latter to the National Workers Union (NWU) which St Lucia Times has verified as being authentic. The May 6, 2020 letter to the union informs it that the corporation’s monthly […]

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The Substance Abuse Advisory Council Secretariat (SAACS) advises the public on the need to be mindful of substance use and misuse, especially at this time. It is important to note that the harmful consequences are not experienced only by the users but also their family and by extension the community. For this reason, persons are […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) — Although the numbers have not been finalised, it is clear economies across the globe would take a battering from COVID-19. For Guyana, couple that battle against the pandemic with the elections stalemate and it spells disaster for a small nation of just about three quarter million people. Presidential Candidate of the ...

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A former diplomat believes Saint Lucia needs to clarify its position amid rising tensions between the U.S and Venezuela. Last week president Donald Trump stepped up the maximum pressure campaign aimed at unseating the regime of Nicolas Maduro, declaring the government a narco-state.
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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — The current shutdown of nonessential businesses and other restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19 can “possibly” be extended beyond April 15. So said Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley on Friday as he lamented that Trinidad and Tobago’s COVID-19 situation is expected to worsen in the coming weeks. “We expect things to ...

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Press Release:-  As of March 24, 2020, the WHO reported a total of 372,757 confirmed cases of COVID-19 globally with 16,231 deaths. There are now 9,444 confirmed cases in the region of the Americas. The affected region includes Dominican Republic (245), Haiti (6), Barbados (17), Jamaica (19), Cuba (40), Dominica (7), Grenada (1), Trinidad and […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — With the Barbados Rally Club’s (BRC) innovative new ‘Test Stage’ just two weeks away (March 28), preparations are in high gear for the domestic rally and speed event season. As island drivers bring their competition cars to full readiness, so the local entries for Sol Rally Barbados have been flowing in, with ...

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