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PWA WELCOMES PLEDGE TO RESOLVE IMPACS

President of the police welfare association Travis Chicot has welcomed national security minister Hermangild Francis’ declaration that Impacs will be addressed before the next poll. The head of the PWA says the long overdue conclusion of the investigation has been detrimental to morale.

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MINISTER GUY JOSEPH SAYS UWP READY FOR THE POLLS

Economic development minister Guy Joseph has declared that the incumbent united workers party is prepared for the next general election. The Castries south east mp who is not convinced that electioneering is underway believes the ruling party has delivered on its campaign promises.

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GOV’T ROLLS OUT NEW COVID 19 PROTOCOLS FOR TAXI SECTOR

The government of Saint Lucia is taking another look at the protocols for air travel into the island after a lukewarm response to the mandatory 48-hour pre-departure covid-19 tests. Nonetheless, while the administration tweaks the entry requirements, the ministry of tourism has unveiled new protocols for taxi-operators in the sector …

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HTS EPOLL JUNE 17TH 2020

  Do you support the Acting Commissioner’s decision not to prosecute participants in the Black Lives Matter St. Lucia Rally?

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POLICE SEIZE GUNS, DRUGS AND AMMO IN 319 OPERATIONS

The Royal Saint Lucia police force is reporting a number of successes in law enforcement operations in 2020. The island’s principal law enforcement agency has recorded the seizure of a large haul of narcotics, illicit firearms and ammunition as a result of hundreds of operations during the year.

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CORNELIUS LUBIN DIES

The island is mourning the loss of former permanent secretary in the ministry of health CorneliusLincoln Lubin obe, mbe, jp. The ex-deputy to former head of state, Dame Pearlette Louisy served in several capacities during his 59-year tenure in public service. Lubin was a teacher; police & probation officer; hospital …

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