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HOUSING MINISTER ADDRESSES ROW AT NHC

The minister responsible for the national housing corporation is speaking for the first time on the controversy at the state agency. The national workers union has requested a meeting with the minister to resolve an industrial dispute at the national housing corporation. Employees are at odds with management over unresolved …

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DR KEITH MONDESIR SWITCHES ALLEGIANCE,STUMPS FOR SLP

Chairman of the Caribbean community (Caricom) prime minister of saint Lucia Allen Chastanet, has congratulated the prime minister of Dominica and the Dominica labour party on the outcome of the country’s recent elections. Despite a contentious and controversial campaign, Skerrit and his DLP cantered to victory after securing 18 of …

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Rapper Juice WRLD is dead at 21

(CNN) Rapper and singer Juice WRLD has died in Chicago, the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office said Sunday. Juice, who was born Jarad Anthony Higgins, turned 21 on December 2. The rapper suffered a medical emergency shortly after arriving at Chicago’s Midway International Airport, according to people who were traveling …

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BRANDT JEAN RECEIVES PRESTEGIOUS AWARD

Brandt Jean has been honored with an ethical award from a law enforcement organization in the united states. The teen brother of slain Botham Jean has received effusive praise world-wide for his poise, grace and forgiveness of the woman who took his beloved sibling’s life.

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TOP COP URGES CITY VENDORS TO REPORT CRIMES

Commissioner of police Severin Moncherry is imploring vendors to report the commission of crimes by visitors to saint Lucia’s shores to authorities. The call comes against the background of comments by vendors’ association president peter “Ras Ipa” Isaac. He claims that thieving tourists should be arrested and treated equally under …

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DOMINICA ELECTIONS UPDATE

Dominicans are awaiting the results of the 2019 general election after casting their ballots following a contentious campaign. Voting got underway early Friday morning, as thousands of Dominicans headed to the polling stations to decide who will govern the nature isle for the next five years. Roosevelt Skerrit is seeking …

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