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Health Minister Explains Phone Bill

Health minster Senator Mary Isaac has sought to shed light on a supposedly exorbitant phone bill. During last Thursday’s episode of his talk show can i help you, attorney Richard Frederick produced what he claimed was an over 10 thousand dollar mobile phone bill belonging to senator Isaac.

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Another Deadly Domestic Dispute, Homicide 20

Police are investigating a reported domestic dispute in the Goodlands, Castries area on Sunday April 9th, which left 39-year-old Cletus Edward dead and his common law wife in police custody. The death of the father of 3 brings to 20 the number of homicides recorded in Saint Lucia so far …

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Ex-Speaker Weighs-In Negative Motion Row

Former house speaker Matthew Roberts is hoping to bring clarification to parliamentary procedure, in light of the negative motion row, which led to an opposition walk-out this week. Roberts called in to hts/radio 100’s straight up on Friday. He says the sudden removal of the opposition’s negative motion on the …

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Officials To Ramp Up Crack Down On Illegal Workers

Now labour minister Stephenson King says the department has been recording much success in their bid to crack down on illegal workers in St. Lucia. A press release form the ministry of labour in late march announced it was brought to their attention that there are individuals employed at various …

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PM Chastanet Talks Border Control

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has repeated his administration’s objective to get more police on the beat, a dedicated force to secure the border and additional resources to land prosecutions and convictions in St. Lucia’s Courts.

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US Ambassador Talks Saint Lucia-US Relations

The United States Ambassador to Barbados and the eastern Caribbean says US-Saint Lucia relations remain strong. However, St. Lucia would benefit more from us aid, if the investigation into the 2010/2011 alleged extra-judicial killings was resolved. The allegations led to the us suspension of aid to the royal Saint Lucia …

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