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SENATOR AUGIER APPALLED BY BELROSE DOCTRINE

Independent senator Adrian Augier has expressed sadness at the unapologetic promotion of the tenets of the so-called Belrose doctrine. The law-maker is questioning the prudence behind the strategy of governance in a country constrained by limited options.

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HEALTH MINISTER ON MOVE TO MILLENNIUM HEIGHTS CENTRE

Questions abound on the fate of the management system and the staff at millennium heights medical complex board. Speculation is rife on what the future holds for the medical professionals who serve at the health care institutions. Now minister for health, senator Mary Isaac sought to provide some insight on …

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SECOND PHASE OF VACCINATION DRIVE UNDERWAY

On Tuesday April 20th, 2021, the ministry of health and wellness reported no new cases of covid-19 from a batch of 119 samples taken during the period April 17th, 2021 to April 19th, 2021. These samples were processed on April 19th. The ministry of health also received confirmation of the …

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VESSEL WITH SVG RELIEF SUPPLIES SINKS

A vessel with Saint Lucians on board, ferrying relief supplies to volcano torn Saint Vincent and grenadines sank on the weekend. The harrowing story comes as sea-farers report a slight respite from the raining ash fall in the maritime waters.

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HERMANGILD FRANCIS CONTRACTS COVID-19

National security minister Hermangild Francis has tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The key member of the Allen Chastanet administration who is reportedly doing well, is recovering at home.

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MOTHER OF KIDNAPPED VICTIM SPEAKS OUT

The mother of a saint Lucian man who was abducted from his hospital bed in Martinique by gunmen is searching for answers. The Vieux Fort native who was recovering from gunshot wounds at La Meynard hospital, was whisked away by masked armed assailants who disappeared into the urban sprawl of …

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PM SPAT WITH COMMENTATOR TO THE HOUSE DEBATE

Prime minister Allen Chastanet took his spat with a news commentator to the house of assembly on Friday evening. The fall-out from the out-goes-in controversy is providing much fodder for debate in the local media with calls for a modicum of civility in public discourse.

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CASTRIES AND VIEUX FORT MAYORS TOUR ST. JUDE AND AIRPORT

The mayors of Castries and Vieux Fort are touting what they say is progress on the construction of the St. Jude hospital and the Hewanorra international airport. The two officials, who were taken on an all access tour of the two sites, contend that the developments will be worth the …

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