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POLICE RECRUITS UNDERGO LIE DETECTOR TESTS

The Royal St. Lucia Police Force has embarked on a mission to transform the law enforcement agency through succession planning and the recruitment of quality candidates. Towards this end, the security force recently accepted applications for new recruits who are being subjected to lie detector tests.

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Gov’t rolls out bi-monthly publication in Weekend STAR Newspaper

[Press Release] The Government of Saint Lucia has started a new publication named “Our Saint Lucia”, that encompasses updates on the progress of the country. The publication will also focus on highlighting the national identity, nation building and the development of the country. The publication is an opportunity for Saint Lucians …

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Gov’t aims to sustain “industrial peace”

GIS – GOVERNMENT AIMS TO SUSTAIN A CLIMATE OF INDUSTRIAL PEACE AND RESPONSIBILITY. Moves are afoot to improve the country`s industrial and labour climate for the benefit of both employees and employers. The Cabinet of Ministers recently appointed a Chairman to the Labour Tribunal and the full composition of members to …

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Jazz Festival to feature “most prolific” Saint Lucian jazz musicians

[Press Release] With its return to genuine jazz music, the Saint Lucia Jazz Festival will this year feature four of the most prolific and creative Saint Lucian jazz musicians. With Luther Francois, Barbara Cadet, Denys Baptiste and Ronald Boo Hinkson on its line-up, the festival pays tribute to outstanding Saint Lucian …

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Prime Minister attends the Eighth Summit of the Americas

[Press Release] Heads of State and Government of the Western Hemisphere are currently meeting at the Eighth Summit of the Americas being held on April 13 and 14, 2018 in Lima, Peru. Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet is presently in attendance at the Summit which will address the central theme of …

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WASCO clarifies Bouton water tank row

[Press Release] The land in Bouton forms part of an area belonging to the Herelle family. The site was earmarked for the installation of a water 50 thousand gallon water tank. An alternative site on the property was proposed by Mr Leevy Herelle, however the site proved unsuitable for the WASCO …

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VERN GARDE TO STAY-ON AS CHEIF OF PRISONS

Chief of Corrections Vern Garde has at least a further two years as head of the BCF. National Security Minister Senator Hermangild Francis confirmed his re-appointment in an interview with HTS New4orce on 12 April.

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PM LAUDS TEO AH KING’S HORSE RACING ACCOLADES

Prime Minister Hon. Allen Chastanet says he is pleased with Invest Saint Lucia’s work on the Desert Star Holdings (DSH) project. He says the project’s owners continue to accumulate accolades in the international horseracing and investment communities. He has congratulated DSH chairman Teo Ah King on his recent series of …

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