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UWP Questions Election Day Timing

Meanwhile, despite making calls less than one week ago for the nation’s prime minister to ring the election bell, the main opposition united workers party has taken exception with dr. Kenny Anthony’s surprise announcement Thursday.

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SLP Outlines 15-Point Re-Election Pledge

The electorate has been furnished with the ruling Saint Lucia Labor party’s 15-point plan, intended to sustain and improve socio-economic development in the country. Labor Party political leader, Dr. Kenny Anthony made the disclosure at the May 19th national public rally on the Castries market steps, after officially ringing the …

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La Corbiniere Reflects On Tenure

As citizens prepare to head to the polls on June 6th, it is a time of reflection for some of those at the helm of government ministries. Victor La Corbiniere says his tenure as national security minister is less about challenges and a single crowning accomplishment and more about how …

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Suspected Bedbug Scare RSLPF Traffic Department

Reportedly, pests and a suspected Mold infestation forced some staff at the traffic department off the job Thursday, disrupting operations at the main offices of the unit in the police force. The police welfare association has intervened, consulting various health agencies to identify and eradicate the problem.

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HIA Project In Focus At Chamber Luncheon

The proposed public/private partnership for the Re-development of the Hewanorra international airport (HIA) topped the agenda at the executive luncheon hosted by the Saint Lucia Chamber Of Commerce, industry and agriculture on Wednesday. Infrastructure minister Phillip J. Pierre shared insight on the [HIA] project, as well as outlined objectives for …

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Setting Mosquito Traps In Communities

Last week the health ministry installed mosquito traps in the community of Dennery. The setting of traps is part of an overall effort to help reduce the spread of mosquitoes to mitigate the growing threat of Zika.

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Norbert Williams Continues To Speak Out

The founder of a group dedicated to the fight against child molestation, rape, incest and other sex crimes, is calling for urgent action to address the social ills plaguing society. Members of the recently established “Speak out Saint Lucia”, say they refuse to remain silent while victims of sexual abuse …

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