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SAINT LUCIA CUBA ASSOSCIATION

The St. Lucia humanistic solidarity association is continuing its efforts to strengthen relations on several levels with the republic of Cuba. The group which recently elected a new executive, pledged its support for strong ties with the Spanish speaking communist Caribbean country.

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ST JUDES CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

The administration of St. Jude hospital has adopted an innovative approach to assist its staff. It is well-known that the workers of St. Jude hospital have been operating under much stress, brought about in part, by having to operate from the George Odlum stadium for ten years now. The new …

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FISHERIES ON TURTLES

Residents of Anse la Raye were taken aback by a set of wandering turtles near the beach on Friday evening. The turtles may have been heading in the wrong direction, possibly because of the lights of the village.

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HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019

St. Lucia on Monday was bracing itself for the impact of hurricane Dorian which is expected to dump up to ten inches of rain. Dorian which is predicted to strengthen before making landfall, is expected to become a category one hurricane when it passes over St. Lucia, during the wee …

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2019 ROOTS AND SOUL OPENING

The roots and soul festival sounded off on friday with a very soulful performance from a few St. Lucian based performers at the ramp on Rodney Bay. the curtains came down on the festival on Sunday with a number of impressive performances at the pigeon island national landmark.

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NEMO: No Major Damage From Passage Of Dorian

Via SNO Saint Lucia experienced no major damage from the passage of Tropical Storm Dorian, the Acting Director of the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO), Dorine Gustave says. ” All of the roads are passable – you can go through Castries down South; East, West – the roads are okay,” …

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MINISTER FOR LABOUR ON MINIMUM WAGE

The call is growing louder for St. Lucia to enact minimum wage legislation. A number of parliamentarians were questioned ahead of the sitting of Tuesday’s and Thursday’s sitting on this topical issue.

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PUBLIC OFFICERS NOT PAID

The civil service association has stated its disappointment with the delay in the payment of salaries for public servants. Thursday was marked as pay day for the public servants, but for those who went to their banks to access their salaries, returned empty handed – the salaries were not posted.

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT – THURSDAY AUGUST 22ND

We at HTS would like to apologize for the lack of FaceBook Livestreams as of yesterday, Wednesday August 21st 2019. This is due to a technical error beyond our control that we are currently working on resolving with FaceBook.   We thank you for the understanding and invite you to …

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