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WE’RE HIRING!

We’re  Hiring !   Vacancies  exist  at  HTS  for the  following  posts: – Web assistant:  Must have  knowledge of HTML, WordPress and other web design tools.   – Radio Announcer : Must have excellent command of the English language, both  written and oral. Must have excellent communication skills.   – …

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PM, EX CIP CHAIR SPAR OVER OECD SCRUTINY

A New Report From Transparency International – A Not For Profit, Non-Governmental Organization Based In Paris, France, Has Recommended That The European Union Review The Current Visa Free Arrangement With Caribbean Countries That Sell Citizenship Or Residency Programs. Saint Lucian Passport Holders Could Lose Visa Free Access To The Scheng-En …

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45 NEW OFFICERS FOR THE FIRE SERVICE

The Saint Lucia Fire Services Will Soon Have 45 New Fire Officers. For Some Time Now, The Services Has Faced Man-Power And Other Resource Constraints. Officials Say The New Fire Officers Will Be Deployed To Stations Across Saint Lucia, Including The Soon To Be Opened Babonneau Fire Station.

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BUSINESS MONTH 2018 LAUNCHED

The Commerce, International Trade, Investment Enterprise Development And Consumer Affairs Department, Kicked Off Business Month 2018 With A Media And Ceremonial Launch On Thursday. This Year’s Theme Is “Sustainable Enterprises – People, Planet And Profit”.

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TOP COP STANDS BY DEPUTY’S UTTERANCES ON DE LEON HOMICIDE PROBE

Did The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force Divulge Potentially Harmful Information About The Person Of Interest, Assisting With The Kimberly Williams-De-Leon Probe. Acting Deputy Police Chief Dorian O’brian This Week Publicly Disclosed That Kimberly De Leon Reported Her Husband To Police On At Least Two Separate Occasions, Allegedly For Battery …

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LONE SURVIVOR IN BEXON CRASH RECOVERING

Six-Year-Old Keaden Cotter – The Only Survivor From The October 30th Bexon Road Collision Is Recovering In A Hospital In Martinique. Facebook Messages From His Father Kirten Cotter Indicate The Young Boy Is Responsive, Despite Suffering A Severe Skull Fracture From The Crash.

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DIGICEL LAUNCHES LTE

Digicel Customers Can Now Enjoy Faster Speeds, Improved Service And Better Value For Money. The Telecommunications Giant Has Launched Saint Lucia’s First, Island-Wide LTE Network. LTE Is Recognized As The Fastest Mobile Data Connection Available Locally.

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POLICE CHIEF NOT AVERSE TO INDEPENDENT INQUIRY INTO SLAIN COP WIFE

Chief Of Police Severin Moncherry Says He’s Keeping A Close Watch Over The Investigation Into The Shooting Death Of 42-Year-Old Kimberly Williams-De Leon. Her Husband – A Senior Ranking Police Officer Is A Person Of Interest In The Matter. Amid Public Concerns Of Potential Bias With The Investigation, Commissioner Moncherry …

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THE SLTU & SALCC BOARD FIND COOMMON GROUND

The St. Lucia Teachers Union, The Civil Service Association And The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Board Have Found Common Ground On Their Issues After A Three-Hour Long Meeting This Week. SALCC Lecturers Reported Sick Last Week, Amid Growing Health And Safety Concerns. Union Officials Say The Meeting Was Long …

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CASTRIES MAYOR REAPPOINTMENT ISSUES TO BE SETTLED SOON

The Castries Constituencies Council (CCC) May Know Whether Peterson Francis Will Stay On For A Second Term As Mayor Of Castries By Next Week. Francis Has Been On The Fence About The Matter Due To What He Describes As Ad-Hoc Actions Of Local Government Minister Senator Fortuna Belrose, Following A …

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COLLEAGUES OF SLAIN KIMBERLY WILLIAMS DE LEON RALLY FOR JUSTICE

Former Colleagues, Co-Workers And Past Classmates Of Slain Kimberly Williams-De Leon Thursday On November 1st, Converged On Constitution Park In The Capital To Rally For Justice. The Organization Of Concerned Peers And Family Wore Orange Apparel And Led An Anti-Gender-Based Violence Demonstration Through The City In Kimberly’s Honor.

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FEDEE TAKES ON VF SOUTH MP OVER PAST DSH TALKS

Anse-La-Raye/Canaries MP And Minister Responsible For Tourism Dominic Fedee On Thursday November 1st, Revealed Details Of Previous Correspondence Between Former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony And Desert Star Holdings Chairman Teo Ah Khing, Which By His Interpretation, Contradicts The Opposition’s Objections To The Controversial DSH Project. Fedee Has Called Out …

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SLNT ‘SADDENED’ AFTER FIRE RAZES HISTORIC BUILDINGS

[PRESS RELEASE] The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is saddened by the destruction of the colonial-era historic ‘Glasgow’ townhouse and other nearby properties, which were burnt by fire during the early morning of Tuesday 30th October, 2018. The Glasgow House was located at the north-eastern corner of the junctions of Mary-Ann …

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