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Ransomware On The Rise

The ICT association wants people to be on the lookout for the ransom-ware virus. The virus, which affects computers, normally attacks older operating systems. This comes in the wake of a global attack weeks ago.

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SLTU Prepares for First Ever Calypso Contest

Plans are underway for the Saint Lucia teacher’s union (SLTU) first calypso contest. The show is slated for Friday, may 26th at the national cultural center. The aim of the show is to empower SLTU members.  “Kaiso in Class” is the theme of the contest. 13 teachers have been chosen …

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Police Investigating Death Of Infant

Police have ruled the death of a 9-month-old Marchand baby a homicide. According to reports, the baby girl was found with a rope around her neck. The child’s relatives say they are distraught over the tragedy. Her death brings to 24, the number of homicides in 2017.

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Wasco Urges Storage Ahead Maintenance Work

The Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO) is urging residents in the north of Saint Lucia to store water, ahead of scheduled maintenance work this week. Officials will address issues with the raw water line from the John Compton dam to the Theobalds treatment plant at Ciceron on Wednesday may 24th. …

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Jn Marie Calls Fuel Tax Hike, “Clever”

A local petroleum dealer says the 60% increase in the excise tax on fuel is nothing but a means of offsetting lost revenue. It was revealed in the 2017/2018 estimates of expenditure that the $2.50 tax was set to increase by $1.50 to $4.00.

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Hilaire Claims Rejected Dsh Application

The opposition SLP’s front man on investment is alleging that the controversial DSH pearl of the Caribbean project has been rejected by both the CIP office and invest Saint Lucia. During a press conference held at the office of the leader of the opposition, Dr. Ernest Hilaire highlighted what he …

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