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PRESIDENT OF GHANA LOOKING TO MAKE STRONGER TIES WITH CARIBBEAN

Several Caribbean governments are stating their interests in increasing trade ties with the African continent. The leaders of Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana and Barbados have all signaled their intentions to explore the potential that exists in trade and cooperation between the Caribbean and Africa.  

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SLTU DISCUSSES OFFER WITH THEIR MEMBERS

The industrial relations climate in St. Lucia seems to be settling down. The public sector unions, nurses, police and teachers have all agreed deals with the government. The St. Lucia Teachers’ Union on Friday put the details of the offer to its membership at a special meeting.  

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CSA MEETS WITH THEIR MEMBERS

The Civil Service Association was meeting on Friday with its members to put the details of the offer from its negotiations with the government to its membership.  

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NICOLE MCDONALD GIVES SOME CLARITY ON NATIONAL ECONOMIC FUND

The government is now at the final stages of setting up the National Economic Fund. The bill to establish the fund has been voted upon by both houses of parliament. The government says that the new legislation will make the National Economic Fund far more robust than its predecessor. The …

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PWA PRESIDENT GIVES AN UPDATE ON IMPACS INVESTIGATION

The St. Lucia police is again calling for a resolution to the matter involving the extra judicial killings by the police during years 2010 to 2011. The president of the Police Welfare Association Travis Chicot says this is impacting the morale of the force, particularly the policemen implicated.  

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FIRE SERVICE RECEIVES NEW AMBULANCE

Emergency response in St. Lucia has received a boost with the addition of a new ambulance from the government of Japan. The ambulance is destined for the community Dennery.  

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