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As displaced employees wait with bated breath for the roll out of payments by the national insurance corporation, nervous public servants are gnawing at the cuticles as an uncertain pay-day draws nearer. A level of anxiety and uncertainty looms over the April scheduled pay day.
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Prime minister Allen Chastanet is denying reports that the government intends to cut the wages of public servants. However, he admits that the government which has requested a postponement of the scheduled pay-day is offering a combination of cash and bonds to public servants for the month of April.
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Minister for education Dr. Gale Rigobert has responded to opposition criticism of the administration’s role-out of the Covid-19 e-learning initiative with the start of the new school term. The SLP argues that the now defunct one-lap-top per child program could have played an instrumental role in the current crisis. However, Rigobert argues that the provision …
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The parliament of Saint Lucia has approved the extension of the declaration of state of emergency to combat the covid-19 pandemic. Despite the authorization, there were ideological differences on both sides of the aisle on statute and application of the law.
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The trade union federation has denied that there was any agreement to push back the scheduled pay-date for public servants. This as affiliates of the TUF maintain that government honors in full April salaries for public servants. The police welfare association and the St. Lucia civil service association (CSA) outlined the government’s salary proposal and …
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The trade union federation has denied that there was any agreement to push back the scheduled pay-date for public servants. This as affiliates of the TUF maintain that government honors in full April salaries for public servants. The police welfare association and the St. Lucia civil service association (CSA) outlined the government’s salary proposal and …
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As Saint Lucia observed world heritage day amid the Covid-19 pandemic, former minister for sustainable development Dr. James Fletcher has issued a call for a celebration in keeping with the theme of shared responsibility in protecting the natural environment.  
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Archbishop Robert Rivas has apologized to prime minister Allen Chastanet for his Easter Sunday homily. According to the leader of the local roman catholic church, the prime minister was not pleased with the use of his name in a parable about the lessons which can be drawn from Easter Sunday
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Brice and company limited is one of the house-hold names donating to the Covid-19 relief effort. The building supplier contributed over one thousand dollars long before efforts to raise funds for a long list of causes regarding the island’s response to the pandemic.
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