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October 1st 2015 King Blames Campaigning For UWP Woes

Meanwhile, ex-Political Leader Stephenson King says he is fully prepared to serve the United Workers Party but within a new dispensation. Speaking following a private meeting with Castries constituents on Thursday night, King spoke of the divide in the UWP and a supposed new culture he argues is undermining the …

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September 30th 2015 TEPA Unveils Special Export Guide

The Saint Lucia Trade Export Promotion Agency (TEPA) is hoping to simplify the export process for local exporters, through the launch of its hand-book and website. Agency officials say the goal is make export information clear and accessible.

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September 30th Construction Sector Seeks Standards

The Saint Lucia coalition of service industries, in collaboration with the institute of construction, hosted a capacity building exercise for construction industry professionals. Service providers received training in ‘contract management and health and safety.’ It was intended to help industry professionals including practicing contractors, understand the basic requirements for construction …

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September 30th 2015 Joseph Launches Another Broadside

As widely reported, the united workers party took the orange campaign to the constituency of Anse La Raye/Canaries. The fire-brand guy joseph called on all constituents to rally behind the orange campaign to rail against what he says is neglect on the part of the incumbent. He also challenged the …

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September 30th 2015 Industrial Action At CCSS

The Castries comprehensive secondary school is known for its stellar academic successes. The school, which boasts the most expansive range of subjects, has produced some of St. Lucia’s most influential and outstanding citizens. However, on Wednesday teachers staged protest action over unsafe working conditions.

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September 28th Sports With Kenson Casimir

Coming up in sports, local football giants Gros-Islet and Mabouya Valley are out of the Blackheart football competition. The Community of Marchand hosts their annual fun walk and more drama in West Indies cricket as Phil Simmons is sacked as coach for the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka.

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