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Security Minister Allays RSLPF Promotion Fears

IMPACS or not, they would have been promoted anyway. That’s the word from the national security minister senator Hermangild Francis in response to claims by some police officers who allege that they are being passed over for promotion.

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Taiwanese Helping Saint Lucia Boost Banana Exports

The Taiwanese government is assisting to Saint Lucia to help improve production in the banana sector to export to UK and Caribbean markets. This week, the vice minister for foreign affairs for the republic of china on Taiwan, toured St. Lucia’s agriculture farms. The objective is to increase the tonnage …

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Saint Lucia Records 1% Increase In CXC Pass Rate

The Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) results are in and the 2017 records indicate an overall pass rate in technical and general levels of 73.3% for Saint Lucia. Students are excelling in art subjects, but Mathematics continues to see a drop-in performance.

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Flooding Disrupted Operations at St. Jude Hospital

A damaged pipe reportedly causing flooding at the St. Jude Hospital Saturday (September 2) at approximately 12 pm. It is unclear what caused the four inche pipe to rupture. The rush of water drenched the medical wards however, no patients were affected. The situation was contained within one hour according …

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Sandals in the Public Interest

CASTRIES SAINT LUCIA – August 31, 2017 – It is in the public interest for goods and services, employment opportunities and matters of economic trade to be conducted freely and fairly throughout the Caribbean region. It is in the interest of all Caribbean people to attract and retain meaningful financial …

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