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NATIONAL TRUST TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST GOVERNMENT

The saint Lucia National Trust has been taking its ongoing dispute with the government over the demolition of the royal gaol to the public. Now it appears the two sides could be heading to court. The trust which has also requested that the government salvage material from the wreckage, plans …

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CCC ADMITS MISSING GUN PAINTS CITY COPS IN BAD LIGHT

Confirmation of disappearance of a firearm and ammunition from the city’s constabulary has placed the city police in a bad light. That’s according to chief executive officer of the Castries constituency council, Wilfred Pierre. While he was not at liberty to discuss the investigation into the matter, Pierre sought to …

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HEALTH MINISTER MEETS STAFF IN ST JUDE HR MANAGER ROW

Health minister Mary Isaac sat-down with aggrieved staff at the St. Jude hospital amid an ongoing industrial relations row at the healthcare institution. The workers have been calling for the removal of the human resource manager. Senator Isaac who met last week with the workers’ bargaining agent-the national workers union …

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ANOTHER MONTH OF LATE SALARY PAYMENTS AT CCC

Monthly paid employees at the Castries Constituency council were notified on Thursday that their salary payments would be late. The council says it is currently experiencing a severe decline in revenue and will now be exploring other options to generate income to meet its obligations.

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ROUTE 2H BUS DRIVERS THREATEN STRIKE ACTION, AGAIN

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. https://youtu.be/jy5ByxahoBg

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