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SLU WORKERS CREDIT UNION CELEBRATE FINANCIALLY SUCCESSFUL 2018

The St. Lucia Worker’s Credit Union (SLWCU) has declared the 2018 financial year a success. On Wednesday; the Union held its 36th annual general meeting at its headquarters branch near the Derek Walcott Square and Central Library in Castries. The meeting allowed members the platform to express their opinions about …

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BOLT, SAMMY AND BRAVO ENCOURAGE ST LUCIAN YOUTH

Sprint super-star Usain Bolt left an impression on some select young persons at a question and answer session held at the Sandals Grande resort on Thursday. Bolt, who arrived in St. Lucia on Wednesday, has been attending pre-planned events as part of his mission in Saint Lucia.  

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SLP FIRMLY OBJECTS NIC COBOT INVESTMENT

The leader of the opposition was questioned on the St. Lucia Labour Party’s approach to investing National Insurance Corporation’s funds. The SLP has stated its objections to the NIC investing in the project, which the government says will create employment for St. Lucians.  

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POLICE CAUGHT BEATING SUSPECT WITH CUTLASS

Saint Lucia police are again placed on the defensive, as a video surfaces on social media of police beating a subdued suspect. This video comes days following a video of a police-woman, brandishing a firearm at a minibus driver and threatening him. Wednesday’s video was captured by an onlooker to …

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E-POLL JULY 11TH 2019

We want to know: Given the positive projections for St. Lucia’s tourism, are you more confident in becoming involved with the Tourism Industry? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or whatsapp …

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EDUCATORS ADAPTING TEACHING METHODS TO MEET STUDENTS NEEDS

On Wednesday, July 10th; the Education Ministry declared the 2019 Summer Institute program coined; the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States Support Program opened in the north and south of the island. The initiative is being held at the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School, in the north.  

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CALLS FOR GREATER ACCOUNTABILITY FROM NIC ON COBOT INVESTMENT

“Raise Your Voice” St. Lucia is calling for greater accountability from the National Insurance Corporation (NIC) in its management of contributors’ funds. Catherine Sealys of raise your voice St. Lucia, made this statement in light of the 30-million-dollar investment by the NIC, in the Cobot golf and hotel project at …

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WRAP IT UP FOR THE VAVAL

The medical community is urging persons to be particularly guarded during the carnival festivities. During HTS’ medical programme “Healthwise”, hosted by Dr. Merle Clarke, the medical professionals urge St. Lucians not to jeopardize their health, while enjoying the festivities.  

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