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Eating healthy this World Consumers’ Rights Day

St. Lucia joins the global community in observing World Consumer Rights Day on March 15th under the theme “Healthy Diets”. Rehani Isidore reports on the campaign to reduce health costs and save lives through preventative care.

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Francis & Francis heated exchange

The host of Radio 100’s Straight Up talk show Claudius Francis and attorney-at-law Mary Francis went head to head on the popular radio show on Wednesday. The talk show host said that Mary Francis is no idealist when it comes to human rights, suggesting that she has ulterior motive.

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NIC industrial dispute resolved

Pensioners can now breathe a welcomed sigh of relief. Employees at the National Insurance Corp [NIC] will return to their desks after 12 days of industrial action.

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Trust bolsters enforcement at the Pointe Sable

The Saint Lucia National Trust met with its various partner organizations to discuss the implementation of projects to improve the management of St. Lucia’s marine resources. The focus was on enforcement issues at the coastal zones in Vieux- Fort – in particular the Pointe Sable environmental protection area.

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La Corbiniere admonishes PWA

National Security Minister Phillip La Corbiniere has condemned speculation on local media about the integrity of the CARICOM IMPACS report. The minister, who is unnerved by the media’s coverage of recent law enforcement developments, is also irked by the Police Welfare Association’s response to the controversy.

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Mondesir comes out swinging

The controversy surrounding the Anse La Raye/Canaries UWP constituency branch office continues to brew. The executive at the centre of the row has sought to dispel allegations of bias and unethical conduct levelled at the group by former MP Dr. Keith Mondesir. Now Mondesir is not backing down and has …

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Police Welfare Association upheaval

The Police Welfare Association says the prime minister’s address on the CARICOM IMPACS report has further compounded the issues facing the police force and the union. National Security & Home Affairs minister Phillip La Corbiniere says he is dissatisfied with the Police Welfare Association’s response to the partial release of …

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Remand Justice Campaign continues

“REMAND JUSTICE” is still advocating for the implementation of their eight point action plan, which includes recommendations to improve remand conditions at the Bordelais Correctional Facility. Pathologist Dr. Stephen king will continue to agitate for radical change in the criminal justice system in St. Lucia.

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Francois doubts U.S will relent

Lawyer and human rights advocate, Martinus François has spoken out on the CARICOM IMPACS report. According to François, if the IMPACS report has unearthed additional evidence, the director of public prosecution can legally proceed with the case in court. On the political front, François has little hope that the steps …

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