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UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UPDATE

The Employment Figures For The Second Quarter Of This Year Have Gone Down Slightly. However, Rihani Isidore Reported that Employment Among The Youth Remains High.

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UPDATE ON COOKIE

The Young Man Of Vieux Fort Who Was Shot By Police On Tuesday Afternoon Is Said To Be In A Serious, But Stable Condition At St. Jude Hospital. Fernel ‘Cookie’ Sexius Moved From A Young Promising Artiste To A Man Wanted By The Police In Connection With Serious Crimes.

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EDUCATION MINISTER ON SALCC MANAGEMENT BEING OUT WAY FORWARD

Minister For Education Dr. Gale Rigorbert Tries To Stabilize The Situation At The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College. The Mass Resignation Of The Board Of The College And The Still Vacant Post Of Principal Of The College Has Led To Much Uncertainty Among Students And Staff. The Minister Late On …

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LANDINGS RESORT & SPA INTERNSHIP PROGRAM FOR SALCC STUDENTS

[Press Release] The Landings Resort & Spa made strides in transforming the learning experience beyond the traditional classroom, when they hosted twelve (12) first year interns from the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC) from 22 May to 13 July 2018. The management of The Landings affirms that these experiences …

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The Minister With Responsibility For Finance Senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond Says Government’s Decision To Forego The Debt Owed By Sandals Resorts Was In The Best Interest Of St. Lucia. The Minister Continues To Argue That The Failure To Resolve This Situation With Sandals Was Having A Negative Impact On Investments …

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MERCURY FEST SET UP

The Organisers Of Mercury Fest Say The Inaugural Event Slated For This Weekend Is Having A Great Impact On Hotel Bookings. The Event Is Attracting Impressive Numbers From The French Islands.  

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OPPOSITION DISMISSES GOVERNMENT NIC $100M PAYOUT

The Debate Over The Loan By The National Insurance Corporation (Nic) Continues To Rage. On Tuesday, The Leader Of The Opposition, Philip J Pierre Warned That This Request From The Government To The Nic Raises Many Disturbing Questions About The Performance Of The Economy.

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