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Local Equality Group Participates in U.S International Visitor Leadership Program

Press Release:-Kenita Placide, Executive Director/Director of the United And Strong Inc. Eastern Caribbean Alliance For Diversity And Equality, is currently in the United States participating in the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). She is taking part in a three-week project on “Advancing and Sustaining Civic Engagement” …

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Dr. Honeychurch Delivers UWI Lecture

Author of the Caribbean people, Dr. Lennox Honychurch delivered the inaugural lecture of the eastern Caribbean public lecture series by the UWI Open Campus on the critical aspects of governance in the Caribbean.  He posed questions on the effectiveness of the constitutions, arguing that challenges such as communication, and climate …

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Dr. Honeychurch Delivers UWI Lecture

Author of the Caribbean people, Dr. Lennox Honychurch delivered the inaugural lecture of the eastern Caribbean public lecture series by the UWI Open Campus on the critical aspects of governance in the Caribbean.  He posed questions on the effectiveness of the constitutions, arguing that challenges such as communication, and climate …

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Timothy Mangal Sworn In As Government Senator

National housing corporation chairman, Timothy Mangal was sworn into office as a government senator at the latest sitting of the upper house on Thursday. He replaces former minister in the ministry of agriculture Jimmy Henry, who quit the government in July. Mangal who was non-committal when approached by htsstlucia.org, which …

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Jn Marie Joins With-Holding Tax Debate

Businessman Everistus Jn Marie says it is not right for any company operating in Saint Lucia to collect tax on behalf of the people and government of Saint Lucia and for the government to allow that company to retain those funds. The manager of Jn Marie and sons was weighing …

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St. Jude Project Facing Wrecking Ball?

After nearly a decade of re-construction, will the St. Jude hospital have to be demolished. Health Minister Senator Mary Isaac says it is a possibility. Senator Isaac who was speaking to the media prior to Thursday’s upper house sitting, said that the current Allen Chastanet administration is considering scrapping the …

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PM Laments St. Jude Delays

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet continues to bemoan the hapless situation which he has inherited with the St. Jude hospital project, describing the circumstances as sad. Some critics say the ill-fated re-building project, which has been delayed for years, is nothing more than a wasted endeavor for tax-payers.

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Anse La Raye/Canaries MP To Face Hearing

In a stunning twist to a day of political wrangling in the house of assembly on Tuesday, the house has recommended that Anse La Raye MP Dominic Fedee be brought before the privileges committee on the charge that he misled parliament. While it is a first for the house, it …

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