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Hilaire says PM Fails as ‘CEO of Saint Lucia’

Member of Parliament for Castries South Dr. Ernest Hilaire said the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance would have been fired as Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of company.      The Prime Minister previously linked the running of the country to the duties of a CEO. By the Castries South …

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PM says Tulsie ‘under achieved’ at SLNT

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet expressed to HTS News4orce on April 27th his disapproval of the management of the Saint Lucia National Trust [SLNT] led by director Bishnu Tulsie. SLNT director Tulsie has publicly denounced investment proposals facilitated by the Allen Chastanet Administration at two key heritage sites currently managed by …

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PM On 2018 Budgetary Allocations

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Wednesday defended his administration’s 2017/2018 budget stating that the finances are needed to enhance healthcare, infrastructure, agriculture and education. On Wednesday; April 26th, Chastanet presented the estimates of expenditure of 1.513 billion dollars. According to Chastanet, the former labor administration disguised Saint Lucia’s bad financial …

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Update On Fatal Traffic Accident At Marigot

The cause of death in St. Lucia’s latest road fatality has been revealed, as the victim’s family struggles to come to terms with the loss. Miguel Fevrier has an update on a story which broke on htsstlucia.org on Tuesday.

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Micoud Drowning Victim’s Family Crushed By Loss

A Micoud family was not short of tears on Wednesday as they awaited word on what caused the death of a loved one. What was meant to be a recreational swimming excursion for Rockbert Xavier, went wrong last Sunday when the 20-year-old perished on the east coast.

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SLNT Chairperson Breaks Silence In Subvention Saga

The chairperson of the Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT), is alleging that Prime Minister Allen Chastanet had called for the SLNT director to be relieved of his duties. It’s the latest in the on-going spat between the trust and the prime minister who at odds on a number of projects …

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PM Presents 2017/2018 Estimates

Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Allen Chastanet on Wednesday April 26th, introduced the 2017/2018 estimates in the house of assembly. In introducing the over 1.5 billion-dollar estimates, the prime minister reflected on the 2016 fiscal year and forecast modest improvement in revenue growth in 2017.

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Rare disease in young boy scares teachers?

Louina Joseph mother of 9-year old Boaz Smalls claims her son continues to be unfairly treated at school. Smalls has chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis [CMC], a rare hereditary immunodeficiency disorder. CMC  is a persistent or recurring infection with Candida (a fungus) due to malfunction of T cells (lymphocytes).  CMC causes frequent or chronic fungal …

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Fatal Traffic Accident At Marigot

Saint Lucia has recorded another road fatality for 2017. Jason St. Luce, a 34 year old resident of Rock Hall, Castries, died on Tuesday April 25th, following a motor vehicle collision in Marigot. Initial reports indicate that a truck, reportedly driven by Marlon Lubrin registration number PG 4440, encountered mechanical …

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