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C. East MP Not Happy With SLP Flood Mitigation Plans

Castries South East MP Guy Joseph is going back to the drawing board to find a solution to the longstanding issue of flooding in Bexon. This week Joseph told reporters that he is concerned about the plans inherited from the Saint Lucia Labor Party to minimize flooding in Bexon. https://youtu.be/6zsvT3r6V7M

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Prime Minister Touts Tourism Numbers

Tourism numbers for May 2017 are up according to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet. The prime minister says the 5.4% increase over the same period last year is good news for the destination, which will see a number of new tourism developments in the coming months. https://youtu.be/zL_5mSM-QZ0

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Commerce ‘Train The Trainers’ Workshop

The department of commerce held a financial skills for business planning workshop at Point Seraphine in Castries this week. The purpose of the seminar was to strengthen the relationship between the financial sector and micro, small and medium businesses (SMES). It was facilitated by the savings banks foundation for international …

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Camille Henry Tops 2017 Common Entrance Exam

A Camille Henry Memorial School student has topped the 2017 common entrance examination. Over 2,000 students wrote this year’s exam and on Monday July 3rd, the education ministry released the results and statistics. https://youtu.be/50X6oVgW2mY

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Guy Joseph Says SLP ‘Took The Bait’

“The SLP took the bait.” That’s according to Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph in response to recent platform pronouncements by former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony. https://youtu.be/cDDEqzW0FJ8

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Shawn Edward ‘Exploring Legal Options

In the latest episode of the “Minister’s Account” saga, the parliamentarian at the centre of the debacle has vowed to pursue legal action on the grounds of defamation. https://youtu.be/kzEULRkLyTI

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PM & CARICOM SG Speak Ahead Of CARICOM Summit

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet will join heads of state and government of the 15-member Caribbean Community (Caricom) for their 38th regular summit in Grenada this week. They will focus on areas such as regional security, the burden of non-communicable diseases and the work of reparations and marijuana commissions.

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Multi-Million Dollar Sandals Upgrade Planned

While Sandals Resorts International has announced two exciting new projects in Saint Lucia, The world’s leading all-inclusive chain, continues to invest heavily in upgrading the facilities that it already has in St. Lucia. https://youtu.be/iAUV5TnCe6Y

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