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GRAND RIVIERE BUS DRIVERS NOT HAPPY WITH ROADS PROJECT

Grande Riviere omnibus operators are up in arms over the slow progress of work on the union, grand Riviere/Corinth road re-construction project. The drivers once again took to the media on Thursday to air their concerns about the delays on the project.

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PETERKIN REVISITS TOURISM VS DIVERSIFICATION DEBATE

The challenges posed by St. Lucia’s heavy reliance on travel and tourism and how the economy should be diversified, continue to occupy the minds of many of the leading local thinkers in the areas of economics and finance. Stanley Lucien reports that much of the debate centres on whether the …

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PETERKIN REVISITS TOURISM VS DIVERSIFICATION DEBATE

The challenges posed by St. Lucia’s heavy reliance on travel and tourism and how the economy should be diversified, continue to occupy the minds of many of the leading local thinkers in the areas of economics and finance. Stanley Lucien reports that much of the debate centres on whether the …

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WILL CUSTOMS SEIZE HILAIRE’S VEHICLE BY FORCE?

Dr. Ernest Hilaire is reportedly not backing down in response to the customs and excise department’s request, that he hands over, a land-over sport vehicle at the center of a controversial investigation. The Castries south MP who is threatening a defamation law suit against the office of the prime minister …

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REMEMBERING BOTHAM JEAN TWO YEARS ON

Sunday will mark two years since the shooting death of Botham Jean in his Dallas apartment. Loved ones are taking steps to not only immortalize his memory, but ensure his legacy of service to others endures.

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DIPLOMAT ON EXTRADITION OF SEBASTIEN MARCUS DAY

The saga surrounding the extradition of Sebastian Marcus Day continues, with the ambassador of diaspora affairs providing guidance to the father of the accused. Marcus Day senior expressed his frustration with the manner in which his son was handed over to US law enforcement officials. He says he has been …

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NORBERT WILLIAMS REFUSES TO BACK DOWN ON NATIONAL TRUST

Attaché to the prime minister, Norbert Williams is not backing down in his claim that the national trust is not authorized to charge admission to the pigeon point national landmark. Notwithstanding a comprehensive explanation by two of Saint Lucia’s foremost lawyers, the talk show host has found a new basis …

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NEW TRAFFIC RULES ALONG JOHN COMPTON HIGHWAY

The traffic department of the Royal St. Lucia Police force is implementing various strategies on the lance road and John Compton highway to better regulate the flow of traffic. The department recently conducted a survey of the flow of traffic into the Castries basin and Gros-Islet.

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