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NIC CONFIRMS USE OF CONTRIBUTORS MONIES IN CABOT GOLF COURSE PROJECT

The National Insurance Corporation (NIC), has confirmed its investment in the Cabot project – a development a Cap Estate, Gros Islet. The confirmation follows questions raised by the leader of the opposition Philip J Pierre about NIC funds being used for the development, which consists of apartments, hotel and a …

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ST LUCIA DROPPED THE BALL IN FIGHT FOR 4TH UWI CAMPUS

The minister for education Dr. Gale Rigobert has for the first time commented publicly on the 4th campus of the University of the West Indies being awarded to Antigua and Barbuda and not St. Lucia. Antigua and Barbuda now joins Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and Barbados, as campus territories. This …

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REDUIT FIRE GUTS ONE STRUCTURE

There is a warning from the emergency services about the dangers of using brands of fans. There have been reports of fire caused by some of these fans. One man of Reduit is fortunate to have escaped unharmed, when a fire believed to have been caused by a fan, resulted …

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NO DEAL; CSA AND GNT DEAL NOT DONE

The Civil Service Association (CSA) has placed its members on alert in the event that negotiations with the Government Negotiating Team are not finalized on Monday, as the CSA expects. The two parties along with the remaining members of the Trade Unions Federation have agreed on the substantive matters of salaries …

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MAN TRYING TO EXTORT WOMAN AT CREDIT UNION CAUGHT

Quick work by police on Tuesday morning foiled what may have been an unusual robbery of sorts, at a Credit Union. The couple walked in for what was expected to be a normal transaction at the St. Lucia Workers Credit Union branch at the Gable Woods Mall. But observant eyes …

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