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Car thieves have struck again, this time making off with a Silver Grey Toyota Rush, registration number 7234. The vehicle was parked at Daren Sammy Drive, Beausejour Phase 2, Gros Islet. The owner of the vehicle said he did not see it  about 6.00 am Tuesday morning when he awoke from sleep. He said he […]

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The Cariman factory on the Vieux Fort industrial estate is one of the few survivors of an era when manufacturing thrived in Saint Lucia, providing goods for industrialized countries and creating employment for hundreds of Saint Lucians, primarily women. Now the company’s long delay in honouring its commitment to the workers has led to them …
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Strike action at St. Jude Hosptial has been averted following a resolution to the industrial relations matter involving the embattled h.r manager at the institution. Labor minister Stephenson king convened a meeting with the national workers union and the board of the directors of the st. Jude hospital to discuss this and other outstanding issues …
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The southern mini-bus drivers association is once again threatening strike action if the government fails to address a litany of complaints. Operators claim it’s hard to earn a living amid crushing covid-19 social distancing restrictions which limit occupancy levels.
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(DAILY MAIL) — Northern Italy was rattled by an earthquake near the heart of the coronavirus outbreak today. The 4.5-magnitude tremor struck near Coli in the region of Emilia-Romagna, around 30 miles north-east of Genoa and 60 miles south of Milan. Emilia-Romagna has more than 21,000 virus cases and the epicentre was near the border ...

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Police in Martinique have threatened to strike over a lack of appropriate protection against Coronavirus, local reports say. This week the French-speaking Island confirmed two cases of the deadly virus – a foreign couple visiting for a cancer conference. The two travellers, a European couple, are said to have stayed in a hotel located at […]

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(BARBADOS TODAY) – Workers at one of the country’s biggest names in road construction have downed their tools indefinitely demanding a salary increase after eight years of holding strain. Longstanding workers at the C.O. Williams Construction Company whose motto boasts We move the earth to please say they have given enough of their blood, sweat ...

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Castries sanitation workers went on strike Monday morning, leaving the capital strewn with uncollected garbage. Over 70 workers are said to be involved in the industrial action. The Chief Executive Officer of the Castries Constituency Council (CCC) confirmed the strike in an interview with St Lucia Times. “We have a situation where most of our […]

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January saw news of a potential major oil find in Suriname. The significance of this discovery will reshape plans for nation-building in the country’s capital of Paramaribo and could give the Surinamese new optimism around their future. It will also require a rethink among other stakeholders regarding the oil industry in the Caribbean‚ and around the world.

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