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MONTOUTE FOCUSED ON BUILDING CAPACITY IN SPORTS

Minister for Equity and Social Justice Lenard ‘Spider’ Montoute will seek to nurture athletic talent through formal programs and the development sporting infrastructure. Montoute speaking to HTS during the live broadcast of the formal reception for Saint Lucia’s queen of sports, Levern Spencer said the UWP government is attuned to the need …

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FORMER LAMBIRDS CEO SUES GOVERNMENT

The criminal cases against Dr. Iftekhar Shams may be over, but Saint Lucian authorities have not seen the last of The Lambirds Academy CEO. The beleaguered east Asian national disclosed to News4orce that he is filing a lawsuit against the attorney general for what he claims were malicious and wrongful …

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BELROSE TOUTS BUILDING THE CULTURE OF SUCCESS

Local Government Minister and Saint Lucia Olympic Committee president Fortuna Belrose claims Levern Spencer historic win at the Commonwealth Games calls for an understanding of the values needed to be successful. Belrose was among government officials who welcomed Levern home at the Hewanorra International Airport on 19 April. She says …

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CASH STRAPPED SLBWA CONTINUES TO FIGHT TO STAY AFLOAT

Amid severe financial struggles and drastic personnel changes, the Saint Lucia Blind Welfare Association continues to plod on. Despite these challenges, executive director Anthony Avril is undaunted. He is optimistic that things will get better. The cash strapped association has had to send home several members of staff due to …

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SLHTA PREZ DISAPPOINTED WITH DOCUMENT LEAK

The St. Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association president says while it is concerning that a letter addressed to the Prime Minister was leaked to local media houses, the association stands by the issues raised in the missive. Sanovnik Destang says the association sought clarification on a range of issues, including …

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SAINT LUCIA CHURCH OFFICIAL WARY OF T&T COURT BUGGERY RULING

A representative of the Roman Catholic Church in Saint Lucia is hoping that last week’s landmark court ruling in Trinidad which decriminalizes buggery, does not spur similar action locally. Deacon Peter Fevrier says current trends show a wave of support across the Caribbean for rolling back buggery laws, but he …

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ICT EXPERT OFFERS TIPS FOLLOWING FACEBOOK DATA SCANDAL

Do not post extremists views, limit the ranting and be conscious of social media posts. These are some of the pointers from an ICT expert on how you can protect your privacy online in light of the recent Facebook breach. President of the Saint Lucia ICT Association Dr. Lyndell St. …

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EMPLOYERS FEDERATION OPINES ON 2018/2019 BUDGET

The executive director of the St. Lucia Employers Federation, Joseph Alexander believes that if executed as planned the 2018 budget can help alleviate youth unemployment in Saint Lucia. Alexander hopes that reports of economic growth in 2017 continues in 2018 and helps to generate business activity, investment and job creation.

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