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RESTAURANT SECTOR SUPPORTS COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

The director of independent restaurants at the Saint Lucia hospitality and tourism association says the covid-19 protocols are in the best interests of everyone in Saint Lucia. Chef Orlando Satchell is affirming his support for the measures to beat back rising cases despite the fall-out for the fragile sector.

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HTS EPOLL AUGUST 18TH 2021

Do you support the appointment of the special prosecutor to investigate alleged acts of corruption during the reign of the last administration?

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OPPOSITION LEADER A NO SHOW AT PARLIAMENT OPENING

Members of the opposition UWP are defending the absence of opposition leader Allen Chastanet from the proceedings of the new session of parliament on Tuesday. According to opposition lawmakers, Chastanet is entitled to rest and vacation following the grueling elections.

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STANLEY FELIX TAKES OATH AS SENATE PRESIDENT

The new president of the senate, Stanley Felix paid tribute to his predecessors, as he took up the mantle as the presiding office in the Upper-house of parliament on Tuesday. Felix pledged to faithfully maintain the honour and dignity of the senate.

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MOTORCYCLIST KILLED IN MARISULE CRASH

One bagatelle family has been plunged into mourning, following the loss of a loved one in a tragic traffic accident. Dead is 29-year-old Ian Fontinelle. The crash was caught on camera. Grief-stricken relatives are demanding justice.

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SECURE SAINT LUCIA FIRES BACK AT NWU

The managing director of “Secure St. Lucia” Gabriel Pierre says there is no dispute between management and staff at the company, represented by the national workers union (NWU). Pierre responded to an NWU press release, giving him a 14-day ultimatum to respond to a request for a sit-down.

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DELTA VARIANT CONFIRMED IN SAINT LUCIA

The highly contagious delta variant of the Sars cov-2 virus has been confirmed in St. Lucia. Health officials in a media briefing impressed upon the public the importance of vaccination against the more menacing strain of the virus.

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