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Saint Lucia Hosts Building Standards Forum

As Caribbean countries continue to rebuild from the ravages of an active and destructive 2017 hurricane season, the OECS commission and the Caribbean Development Bank have come together in a bid to lead the effort in climate change resilience. The partners began a two-day Caribbean Buildings Standards Forum and Exhibition …

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HIA Immigration Officers Call-in Sick

Occupational health & safety issues at the Hewanorra international airport (HIA) have deteriorated to the point of disrupting operations at the immigration department there. That’s the sentiment expressed by Police Welfare Association President Travis Chicot, amid reports that members stationed at the HIA remained off the job on Tuesday.

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Woman Slain at Cap Estate

A British national reportedly in her 60’s is Saint Lucia’s 16th homicide victim for 2018. The battered body of Anna Cecilia Mitchell, was discovered in the upscale community of Cap Estate on Tuesday afternoon.  

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French & Eastern Caribbean Aviation Authorities Strengthening Air Travel

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 — Efforts to improve the coordination, safety and efficiency of air travel in the Eastern Caribbean were strengthened following a recent meeting of the French Civil Aviation Authority, the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCAA) and the OECS Commission. This first official meeting, held at the …

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City Bus Stand Plagued by String of Robberies

Soufriere Minibus Operators are concerned about a spike in muggings and other attacks on citizens in the vicinity of their bus stand. They spoke to News4orce about the issue and what they think can be done to make passengers feel safe as they go about their daily routine.  

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Senator Mary Isaac says Healthcare is in ‘A Good Place’

Saint Lucia’s Health Sector is shaping up to be in a very good place, where the Owen King EU and St. Jude Hospitals are concerned. That is the sentiment of Health Minister Senator Mary Isaac, who provided the media with a brief update on the state of the medical facilities.

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NHC Chair Confirms Planned La Clery CDC Demolition

The Chairman of the National Housing Corporation has confirmed that the La Clery CDC’s will all be demolished to make way for something new. The decades old low-income housing facility has been the subject of much debate in recent months, following the electrocution of a young man who was previously …

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