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Guy Joseph Infuriated Over Another Government Leak

Economic development minister guy joseph says the level of corruption in the public service is ‘beyond our imagination.’ Joseph made the charge when questioned about the authenticity of a leaked invoice for $30,000 to relocate offices of the economic development ministry.

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Driver In Omatoya Morrison Case Sentenced

The mother of a hit and run victim is urging the public to pledge their support to the St. Jude Hospital. Caleb Antoine, 28, appeared before Master Georgis Taylor-Alexander on Monday for sentencing in the 2014 death of medical student, Omotayo Morrison.

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Prominent Businessman Chris Renwick Is Dead

A prominent member of the business community for the past 5 decades has passed away. Christopher Renwick, 78, – founder and managing director of Renwick & company limited, died at hospital in Trinidad after undergoing surgery.

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FSA Says Fire Service Still Beset By Manpower Issues

The Saint Lucia Fire Service continues to be affected by a number of staffing issues. According to the president of the Saint Lucia Fire Service association Shane Felix, fire officers are overworked, vacation- deprived and frustrated. The organization hopes to sit-down with state officials to articulate these concerns in an …

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Proven To Acquire BOSLIL

East Caribbean financial holding company limited (ECFH) – parent company of bank of Saint Lucia, has confirmed reports that a Jamaica-based firm has agreed to buy Bank of Saint Lucia International.

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VF Business Owner Worried About DSH Project

An entrepreneur in the south of Saint Lucia is expressing qualms about the DSH project. This follows a meeting between Vieux Fort constituency representatives and concerned citizens. The business person has voiced misgivings about the scope and scale of the development. She worries that the project might crowd out other …

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SLTB Justifies Move To Tourism Authority

The Saint Lucia tourist board says it’s to open dialogue with the civil service association. The two parties have failed to hold discussions on a revamp of the agency that could see up to 28 let go amid the transition to a tourism authority. Officials insist that the changes are …

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Infrastructure Ministry To Fix Damaged Roads

It’s been a bumpy ride for a number motorists across saint Lucia in recent times. The infrastructure ministry says heavy rains have undermined the top surface of several of Saint Lucia’s main roadways. Now the government entity is taking steps to address the problem.

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SLTB Confirms Streamlined Jazz Event

The executive chairperson on the Saint Lucia tourist board Agnes Francis has confirmed there would be a scaled-down jazz event in 2017. The disclosure comes after Prime Minister Allen Chastanet indicated that the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival is ‘finished’.

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