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PM PIERRE ON NATIONAL DEBT AND CHALLENGES

Prime minister Philip J. Pierre has expressed deep concern about Saint Lucia’s ballooning national debt. The minister for finance is known as a fiscal hawk who has expressed resolve to rein-in recent excesses. However, will he have to resort to kicking the can down the road as the country faces …

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VANDALS ATTACK MICOUD ICT CENTRE

The community of Micoud was setback on the weekend by the reckless actions of a few after an attack was perpetrated on Micoud innovation and career development Center. Vandals also reportedly targeted the nearby credit union.

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HOW DOES THE VACCINE FACE-UP TO OMICRON?

Early research indicates that the covid-19 vaccines have so far proven to work against the new omicron variant. Stanley Lucien reports one vaccine in particular has proven to be effective against the contagious strain.

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MEDICAL COUNCIL SUSPENDS DR. GILBERTHA ST.ROSE’S MEDICAL LICENSE

Attorneys for Dr. Gilbertha ST. Rose are mulling civil action against the Saint Lucia medical and dental council, over its decision to suspend the physician’s medical license for prescribing ivermectin to treat covid-19. The council has also imposed a 10 thousand dollar fine for supplying the anti-parastic to patients in …

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CALLS FOR JUSTICE FOR KIMBERLY–THREE YEARS LATER

The crusade for justice for slain mother of two Kimberly De Leon continues with little to no results, three years after her shocking murder. Heart-broken family members are lamenting the delays and lack of success of law enforcement authorities in cracking case.

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MINISTER FOR HEALTH OUTLINES NEW PROTCOLS FOR NOVEMBER

The government of St. Lucia has announced the new adjustment protocols for the month of November. In keeping with the declining trend in covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, officials are moving cautiously to slowly provide relief to the public, especially those who have chosen to get vaccinated.

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UWP STANDS BY ITS ST. JUDE DECISIONS

The United Workers Party is not backing down in the face of criticism of its handling of the St. Jude hospital re-construction project, during the tenure of the Allen Chastanet administration. The St. Jude fiasco was one of many topics discussed at a UWP press conference held on Thursday.

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