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EU COURT AUDITORS VISIT OKEU

[Press Release] The Office of the National Authorising Officer (NAO), would like to clarify to the General Public that the presence of Representatives of the European Union (EU) Court of Auditors, is an integral part of the Process of Monitoring, Evaluation, Management and Accounting of programmes funded under the European …

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BOTHAM JEAN HOMECOMING

Family Members Of 26-Year-Old Police Shooting Victim Botham Jean Will Arrive In Saint Lucia On Friday, Three Days Before They Lay Their Loved On To Rest. Members Of The Group Justice For Botham Have Organized A Massive Homecoming Ceremony And Solidarity Event For The Family.  

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OPPOSITION SLAMS UWP DEATH RATE ANALYSIS

Meanwhile, UWP Political Attaché Norbert Williams’ Comments On The Yearly Death Rate At St. Jude Hospital Have Not Gone Unnoticed By The Opposition SLP. Opposition Spokesman On Healthcare Moses Jn Baptiste And SLP Political Leader Philip J Pierre Have Condemned The Comparison.

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UWP LISTS OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENTS SINCE APPOINTMENT

The UWP This Week Sought To Defend The Party’s Record In Office. General Secretary Oswald Augustin Says Since Assuming Office In 2016, The Allen Chastanet Administration Has Recorded Achievements In Areas Such As Water Supply Projects, Education, Culture And Investment .

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CSA WANTS TO SEE CONTROVERSIAL CABINET CONCLUSION

The Civil Service Association (CSA) Wants To See The Controversial Cabinet Conclusion On The Proposed Border Control Management Agency Which Was Recently Revoked. CSA Officials Say They Have Written To Government Asking For A Copy Of The Conclusion, But So Far, There Has Been No Response.

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BARBADOS UPDATES OLD PASSPORTS FOR MODERN E-PASSPORTS

[CMC] – Barbados Monday announced that it is phasing out the machine-readable passport in favour of the electronic passport, following a recommendation by the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAA) as the new standard to be adopted for travel document issuance. Chief Immigration Officer Wayne Marshall said that the e-passport was a …

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SLP WRITES TO PM TO CEASE ‘UNCHECKED BORROWING’

[Press Release] STATEMENT BY LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION HON. PHILIP J. PIERRE ON THE DEBT SITUATION AT THE SAINT LUCIA LABOUR PARTY PRESS CONFERENCE SEPTEMBER 18TH, 2018 The Saint Lucia Labour Party has dispatched a letter to the Hon Prime Minister citing a case in what seems to be a pattern of “below …

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SLP URGES GOVERNMENT TO ADDRESS HEALTHCARE CRISIS

[Press Release] STATEMENT BY HON MOSES JN BAPTISTE ON THE HEALTH CRISIS IN SAINT LUCIA AT THE SAINT LUCIA LABOUR PARTY PRESS CONFERENCE SEPTEMBER 18TH, 2018 Ladies and gentlemen of the press, today September 18th, 2018 marks 76 days since the Prime Minister announced that work would recommence at the St. Jude Hospital …

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SLNT CONTINUES TO SEEK ANSWERS IN HMP DEMOLITION

The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT), Which Successfully Petitioned The High Court For An Injunction On Demolition Works On The Historic Royal Goal Or Her Majesty’s Prison In Castries, Continues To Search For Answers. In A Sit-Down With HTS News4orce On Monday September 17th, SLNT Director Bishnu Tulsie Said A …

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