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CABOT PROJECT CONTINUES TO STIR DEBATE

The ongoing CABOT development on over 365 acres of pristine north eastern lands continues to provide much fodder for debate in the public sphere. Now new details has emerged about the lucrative deal which the opposition says was bad for Saint Lucia.

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SCHOOL SET TO RESUME ON MONDAY APRIL 19TH

Plans are in place for an April 19th opening of school. Ministry of health officials have sought to ease the anxiety of parents with the implementation of a number of measures to safeguard the health students, teachers and staff.

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SCHOOL SET TO RESUME ON MONDAY APRIL 19TH

Plans are in place for an April 19th opening of school. Ministry of health officials have sought to ease the anxiety of parents with the implementation of a number of measures to safeguard the health students, teachers and staff.

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PM CHASTANET SAYS BELROSE DID NOTHING WRONG

Prime minister Allen Chastanet has once again rebuffed calls for the rebuke of UWP Castries east candidate senator Fortuna Belrose, in the wake of a row surrounding her statements on the electorate in that constituency. On Friday, the government leader took another member of the media to task for questioning …

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PM TO MEET NWU ON ST. JUDE HOSPITAL

Prime minister Allen m Chastanet has informed the leadership of the National Workers Union (NWU), that he is prepared to meet officials of the union and its shop stewards, as it pertains to outstanding industrial relations matters between the St. Jude hospital and the NWU.

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SSU OFFICERS DEPLOYED TO AID SAINT VINCENT

Officers attached to the special services unit of the royal Saint Lucia police force have set sail to Saint Vincent and the grenadines to provide humanitarian assistance to the island which has been rocked by volcanic eruptions.

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FIRE DEPT. URGES SAFETY DURING SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS

Water safety has been thrust in the spotlight following a recent drowning in the Boguis River. The north of Saint Lucia was pounded by a severe weather event on Monday which caused landslides and flash floods. Citizens are being reminded to exercise extreme caution when traversing rising flood waters.

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