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SLNT FIRES BACK AT SENATOR MARY ISAAC

Director of the St. Lucia national trust Bishnu Tulsie has hit back at what the organization views as an unprovoked attack on the conservation group by senator Mary Isaac. The leader of government business in the senate, took a swipe at the trust during her rebuttal on debate on the …

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NWU CONCERNED OVER FATE OF LIAT EMPLOYEES

The National Workers Union is concerned that Saint Lucian staff at Liat were informed about the fate of the regional air carrier via the media. The union says the situation is compounded by the issue of severance pay.

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PIGEON ISLAND NATIONAL LANDMARK RE OPENS

All 44 sprawling acres of the pigeon island national park are now available to the public. The facility took a financial hit following covid-19 imposed restrictions. Now, the park has re-opened its gates, with strict protocols in place. Solange Alfred visited the landmark on Friday and filed this report.

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MAN SHOT IN MELEE AT FAUX A CHAUX

What started as a brawl between two women quickly led to a rumble in the Faux-A-Chaux community, which resulted in one man being shot and an attack on SSU police officers. The Wednesday melee reportedly took a turn for the worse, when one bystander decided to obstruct the work of …

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CSA CONCERNED OVER NEW LAY OFF REVISION

What started as a brawl between two women quickly led to a rumble in the Faux-A-Chaux community, which resulted in one man being shot and an attack on SSU police officers. The Wednesday melee reportedly took a turn for the worse, when one bystander decided to obstruct the work of …

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SENATOR AUGIER SAYS DOMESTIC ECONOMY NEEDS A BOOST

Independent senator Dr. Adrian Augier says an immediate boost is needed to avert a collapse of the domestic economy. Senator Augier argues that apart from waiting on a re-start of the tourism sector, Saint Lucia needs to focus on economic survival.

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THE GROWING PLIGHT OF BLACKBAY FARMERS

Another business in the south of Saint Lucia is devising a strategy to the economic strife caused by the impact of the covid-19 pandemic. The black-bay farmers and consumers co-operative society limited says the pandemic, which has dealt a blow to farmers has forced a re-think of the entity’s business …

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