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NADS STILL UNHAPPY WITH PROTOCOLS AS EXAMS RESUME

The National Association of Driving Schools (NADS) has welcomed the re-start of driving exams. However, some members still harbor reservations with the protocols. Secretary Kingson Jean in an interview with HTS news4orce on Friday, says the measures are too draconian.  

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VIEUX FORT BUS DRIVERS THREATEN STRIKE ACTION

The Southern Minibus Association is planning a sick-out on Monday to raise awareness of the economic plight of bus operators. The drivers are seeking a bus fare hike to offset the losses incurred from the covid-19 pandemic protocols.  

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HARD HIT SMALL PROPERTIES LOOK TO LOCALS AS LIFE LINE

Small hotel properties are feeling the financial crunch of the pandemic-induced recession and reduction in travel and tourism. Although covid-19 certification is limited, the demand for local vacation options are growing. Now some small-to-medium size properties are stepping up to the plate to fill the void.  

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COVID 19 SURVIVOR SHARES STORY

A former covid-19 patient is recounting her harrowing experience from the day she received the positive test result. The well-known community pillar from Laborie says the discomfort she endured during her illness pales in comparison to the treatment meted out to her by fellow Saint Lucians. Now she is speaking …

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BAD NEWS FOR WING LOVERS, CHICKEN IMPORTATION BAN

The veterinary and livestock services division is taking steps to safeguard the public from the highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreak in Europe. The division has placed temporary restrictions on the importation of fresh, chilled and frozen poultry meat from the United Kingdom in particular.  

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PM CHASTANET DENIES NOT CREDIBLE WITNESS CLAIMS

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is once again denying charges that the OECS court of appeal ruled that he was untruthful in his testimony in the 2009/2010 tuxedo villas civil case. As Saint Lucia enters another election cycle, the past is being re-litigated, as political rivals settle their differences in the …

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RECOVER SAINT LUCIA RECEIVES 150 GRAND FOR COVID 19 PROJECTS

“Recover St. Lucia” has secured some much needed funds to jump start its ambitious projects geared at sparking an economic re-bound in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic. The private sector led initiative, hopes to stabilize food security, economic development, spur job creation and aid in the fight-back against rising …

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PM ADVISES CASH STRAPPED TRUST TO REVAMP BUSINESS MODEL

Prime minister Allen Chastanet has expressed sympathy for the financially-strapped St. Lucia National Trust. The woe begone organization has been swimming against the tide, ever since its subvention was removed by the UWP administration. Now the entity is mulling deep cuts and sending dedicated workers home in the face of …

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