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SLP CALLS OUT GOV’T ON DAHER MALL RECONSTRUCTION

The opposition Saint Lucia Labor party is demanding that the government halt all commitments on behalf of the people of St. Lucia as voters get ready to head to the polls. The labor party characterises the re-development of the Daher mall, as another example of wastage, for which the UWP …

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EX-SECURITY MINISTER APPALLED BY SPATE OF VIOLENT CRIME

A former minister for national security is taking the authorities to task amid the recent spate in violent crime, especially armed robberies over the past few weeks. He is advocating a no nonsense approach to crime, and severe punishment for would-be offenders.

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POLICE SLAP MAN WITH GUN AND DRUG CHARGES IN CITY BUST

Law enforcement officers have charged Blaine Girard with one count of possession of an illegal firearm, two counts of possession of ammunition, and three counts of possession of controlled drugs, as well as three counts of intent to supply. The 42-year-old cap estate resident was arrested on Tuesday after a …

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GUY JOSEPH CALLED ON TO ACCOUNT IN PAJOH’S LETTER SAGA

The opposition Saint Lucia labour party is demanding answers from economic development minister Guy Joseph, regarding the emergence of more correspondence in the Pajoh letter controversy. During an appearance on UWP media on Monday night, the government minister dismissed the entire affair as nothing more than political mischief.

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NCOPT STILL WAITING ON ELUSIVE COVID-19 RELIEF PACKAGE

How long will the National Council On Public Transportation (NCOPT) and its members have to wait for the much anticipated covid-19 relief package. Despite the increasing anxiety of operators, the NCOPT says it plans to remain level-headed in its approach to lobbying the government for the Much-needed aid package for …

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CMO CONCERNED OVER POOR PUBLIC HEALTH COMPLIANCE

Public health officials are reporting a reduction in covid-19 cases and admissions to the respiratory hospital. However, authorities are concerned about an increase in social activities and poor compliance which they warn could jeopardize the gains made in curbing the infection rate.

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SALCC TO HOST THOUGHT FESTIVAL

The Sir Arthur Lewis community college is set to host an all-day forum on globalization and sustainable development on Tuesday June 15th 2021. The activity dubbed “a thought festival” will mark the 30th anniversary since the death of the Nobel laureate after whom the college takes its name. The forum …

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PAN SUNDAY HEADS TO CASTRIES CENTRAL

The clanging sound of cooking utensils was once again in the air, as supporters of the opposition saint Lucia Labor Party hosted another weekend of “pan sunday” activities. The demonstrations are aimed at compelling prime minister Allen Chastanet to announce a date for the 2021 general election.

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