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Cabinet has announced the introduction of billing stations for parking terminals in the capital. Castries Mayor Peterson Francis says the legislation is now in place, paving the way for an initiative to ease traffic congestion in the city.  
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The Archbishop of Castries is adding his voice to those calling for a review of Saint Lucia’s buggery laws. Archbishop Robert Rivas told News4orce on Friday that many developed countries have struck these laws off their books and it is probably for Saint Lucia to do the same.
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National security minister Hermangild Francis claims that it is disingenuous of the St. Lucia Fire Service Association to say that the government has not be taking measures to address occupational health and safety concerns of firefighters. The officers recently downed their tools for ten days, citing a list of longstanding grievances.  
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The ministry of health is sending out an urgent appeal to the adult male population to seek immediate medical attention if they experience symptoms that include fever, headache, joint and muscle pains, cough, shortness of breath and generalized weakness. The health alert comes as ministry officials investigate a few deaths in adult males during the …
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[BBC NEWS – March 28th 2019]:- Pope Francis has addressed the mystery of why he withdrew his hand from worshippers’ kisses, explaining it was a “simple question of hygiene”. Vatican spokesman Alessandro Gisotti said the Pope was worried about germs when meeting Catholics last Wednesday. Video showing Pope Francis pulling away his hand from people attempting …
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National security minister, Hermangild Francis is in favor of the revision of St. Lucia’s buggery laws. His support for a review comes just one day after his colleague minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun told reporters, that it is too soon for this discussion. The recent suspected suicide of a Dennery male who identified as gay, has pushed …
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The St. Lucia Bureau of Standards is giving the all clear for cheese on the shelf of local supermarkets. On Thursday, the bureau released its findings on tests on cheese, which were conducted following mounting complaints by consumers.  
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