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Ex-PM Slams Trust Subvention Removal

Meanwhile, the hollowing out of the trust subvention was one of the topics of discussion during the debate in the House of Assembly on the estimates of revenue and expenditure on Thursday. Former prime minister and Vieux Fort South MP Dr. Kenny Anthony denounced the move which he calls vindictive. …

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PM Breaks-Down 2017/2018 Estimates

The 2017 estimates of expenditure were tabled in parliament on Wednesday April 26th. Government is projecting to spend just over $1.5 billion for the 2017/2018 fiscal year. The budget will indicate how the finances of the country will be used and how much money government plans to spend on services …

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Festen Labowie Set For This Weekend

The much-anticipated Festen Labowi is back at the same location after the Lenten season break. On Friday, April 28th, the vendors association will host “Friday Fish Fry” at high street in Laborie. The festival is intended to help the youth gain employment. Secretary of Festen Labowi Leon chance is urging …

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News4orce Live Stream April 26th 2017

<iframe src=”https://www.facebook.com/plugins/video.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FHTSSTLUCIAOFFICIAL%2Fvideos%2F1640742035943849%2F&show_text=1&width=400″ width=”400″ height=”486″ style=”border:none;overflow:hidden” scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0″ allowTransparency=”true”></iframe> HTS News4orce live stream broadcasted on April 26th 2017

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PM On 2018 Budgetary Allocations

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Wednesday defended his administration’s 2017/2018 budget stating that the finances are needed to enhance healthcare, infrastructure, agriculture and education. On Wednesday; April 26th, Chastanet presented the estimates of expenditure of 1.513 billion dollars. According to Chastanet, the former labor administration disguised Saint Lucia’s bad financial …

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PM Presents 2017/2018 Estimates

Prime Minister and Minister for Finance Allen Chastanet on Wednesday April 26th, introduced the 2017/2018 estimates in the house of assembly. In introducing the over 1.5 billion-dollar estimates, the prime minister reflected on the 2016 fiscal year and forecast modest improvement in revenue growth in 2017.

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