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SPRINGER SKEWERS CHASTANET OVER 250-DAYS LEAVE REMARKS

Opposition leader Allen Chastanet continues to incur blistering criticism from political commentators for his continued absence from parliament. Furthermore, the Micoud south MP’s recent comments on outstanding leave, has evoked a visceral reaction from some opponents who describe the current situation as unprecedented.   

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CSA DECRIES REDUNDANCIES AT CCC

The St. Lucia civil service association has come out strongly against the recent redundancies at the Castries city council. The union has expressed qualms about reports that these same redundant positions are being advertised as vacancies to be filled.

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BCF DIRECTOR WELCOMES CALLS FOR PROBE OF BORDELAIS

Director of the Bordelais correctional facility Hilary Herman has responded to calls for an investigation into the recent deaths of inmates at the prison. He also provided insight on the perennial issues of over-crowding and remand justice in the penal system.

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DR. GILBERTHA ST.ROSE TAKES HER CASE TO OUT-GOES-IN

Dr. Gilbertha St. Rose was the guest on hit mid-morning radio 100 programme “out-goes-in on Thursday. The appearance comes ahead of a disciplinary hearing before the medical and dental council on charges of negligence, all stemming from her continued use of the drug Ivermectin to prevent and cure Covid 19. …

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PINKLEY FRANCIS RESIGNS AS UWP CHAIRMAN

Businessman Pinkley Francis has confirmed that he has resigned the post as chairman of the united workers party. The UWP was trounced at the 2021 general elections, losing all but two seats. Francis explains that the party requires a Chair-person who can dedicate more time and energy to the goal …

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CENTENARIAN TURNS 104

Loved ones under tight covid-19 restrictions celebrated the life of centenarian Cornelius ‘Corney” Bernier who celebrated his 104th birthday on Tuesday.Loved ones under tight covid-19 restrictions celebrated the life of centenarian Cornelius ‘Corney” Bernier who celebrated his 104th birthday on Tuesday.

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MORE CLARKE STREET BUSINESSES CRY FOUL OVER WASTE PROBLEM

The HTS nNws4orce news desk has been inundated with calls from irate business people in Vieux fort, who are appealing to the authorities to move with haste to address the unsanitary conditions on Clarke Street. The busy street has been plastered with human waste, with two well-known homeless men believed …

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