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St Lucia has registered a record number of stay over visitors for the month July. According to the latest figures, the visitor numbers continue to surpass projections.
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The shortage of sugar in the south of St. Lucia will soon be addressed. The ministry of commerce, which has said that the shortage of sugar is caused by retailers hoarding supplies, warned that the practice is unlawful.
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The ministry of health and wellness says it is preparing for the visit of the us navy’s hospital ship ‘comfort’ which is expected to begin its humanitarian service on the 25th of September. The health ministry says it expects about 500 patients per day for that service.
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The National Council on Public Transportation says it is working on introducing far reaching changes for the public transport sector. One component of the changes is the training of bus drivers. https://youtu.be/s01h4JFGHAE
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The striking millet bus drivers have continued their protest. However, the drivers say they are prepared to sit and negotiate a solution to the strike, which withdrew service to the communities of Bel Air and Venus.
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The South African who etched his name in the record books for his marathon swim from the shores of Barbados to St. Lucia, on Wednesday spoke to the media about accomplishing this challenge. For more than two days, he swam without taking a sleeping break, swimming for close to one hundred miles.
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The emergency services are warning that the level of violence in Saint Lucia is placing a strain on their stretched resources. The warning follows reports of another shooting in the community of George Ville, Castries – the shooting victim is recovering at hospital.
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The recently released report by the staff of the Caribbean development bank has created a firestorm, as persons debate the significance of the regional bank’s findings.
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The emergency services are warning that the level of violence in Saint Lucia is placing a strain on their stretched resources. The warning follows reports of another shooting in the community of George Ville, Castries – the shooting victim is recovering at hospital.
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