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SLP EDUCATION SPOKESMAN WEIGHS IN ON SALCC

Opposition spokesman on education Senator Guibion Ferdinand says government should move with urgency to resolve the issues at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. Speaking on the side-lines of an October 30 House Sitting, the former school principal said students are suffering while this matter is left to fester. Ferdinand …

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PM ‘CONSIDERING’ RELOCATING CCSS

Prime minister Allen Chastanet on 30 October confirmed his cabinet is considering relocating the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School [CCSS]. The prime minister cited the aging building plant, estimated refurbishing costs exceeding XCD $10 million dollars and traffic concerns for a possible relocation move. He dismissed suggestions of a potential conflict …

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MARY ANN STREET FIRE GUTS SEVERAL BUILDINGS

Up to eight buildings bordering Maryann and Broglie Street in the capital were damaged in an early morning blaze on October 30. The fire gutted one residential property which has left at least three people homeless. The fire department is investigating the cause of the blaze.  

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CASTRIES CENTRAL MP & MAYOR RESPOND TO FALL OUT CLAIMS

Castries mayor Peterson Francis sought to clarify the alleged fall out between him and Castries Central MP Sarah Flood Beaubrun on the sidelines of Parliament on 30 October. It is rumored that relations between the two have deteriorated, as Francis is considering contesting the Castries Central seat.

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SLTU LEADS SALCC TEACHERS IN PROTEST

About two months after the SALCC board resigned en masse, educators are demonstrating their dissatisfaction with the current working environment. Classes were disrupted on October 25th and 26th, after teachers suddenly fell ill.  Occupational health and safety issues have been a perennial problem for the college.

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PIERRE RETAINED AS SLP POLITICAL LEADER

Castries East Member of Parliament Philip J. Pierre will continue on as Saint Lucia Labour Party political leader for another year after securing more than 95% of the confidence vote during the closed session of the 68th annual conference of delegates held on October 21.  

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