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    CSA president says talks with GNT could go beyond 2014

    November 24, 2014 | Comments: 5
    Talks between the Civil Service Association and the Government Negotiating Team (GNT) could extend beyond this year for various reasons. This is the view expressed by President of the CSA Mary ...
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      Central, Soufriere into BOSL T20 final

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      Central Castries and Soufriere will meet in the final of the Bank of Saint Lucia Twenty20 Slog Fest cricket competition. Over the weekend, they secured their spots ...

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      My feelings for girls won’t go away

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      Dear Willie: I’m 24 years old and at the age of 13 I’ve been having feelings for girls. Over the years I got over it. I’ve been in a relationship ...

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      Dennery The DJ Dongar Mackeson Football Competition continued on Sunday at the Dennery Playing Field. Wisdom 18 Plus won over All  Blacks Veterans 1-0 courtesy of ...

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      Countdown to end-of-year celebrations begin

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      PRESS RELEASE - Now that celebration for the feast of Saint Cecilia or feast of musiciansisover, the Christmas season has officially begun. The arrival of the month ...

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    LIAT responds to speculation over staff cuts

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    PRESS RELEASE – The management of LIAT has taken note of recent media reports about proposed job cuts at the company. LIAT’s Head of Corporate Communications Desmond Brown said: “Any staff cuts that may be required in order to reflect the size of LIAT’s business in the future will only be made in consultation with staff and their representatives. This process has yet to commence and therefore any speculation about the number of cuts remains…

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    Ministry of Health on target with National Ebola Plan

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    PRESS RELEASE – The five member delegation from the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO) and the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) who were on island from November 19th for a two day assessment of the National Ebola Plan and the state of readiness of St. Lucia presented the results and recommendation of their assessment to the Ebola Steering Committee of the Ministry of Health on Friday November 21st, 2014. During the visit the team met…

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    Ms. Fifty Plus and Fabulous presents “Stars of Wellness on Parade”

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      PRESS RELEASE – The Partners of Victoria Hospital presents a SHOWCASE titled MS. FIFTY PLUS and FABULOUS – “Stars of Wellness on Parade”. The organizers seek to assist the Health Ministry with getting health care workers ready to treat Ebola in Saint Lucia. It is anticipated that this activity will also promote awareness through change activities, by encouraging public participation and ownership in the challenges that the EBOLA epidemic presents to Saint Lucian citizens….

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    GNT raises concerns over CSA’s absence at today’s meeting

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    PRESS RELEASE - The Government Negotiating Team (GNT) regrets to advise the public that a scheduled meeting between the GNT and the St. Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) on November 24, 2014, did not take place. The CSA confirmed its attendance at the meeting on Monday, November 17, 2014.  Despite the attendance of some CSA representatives, the absence of a quorum on the part of the CSA did not allow the meeting to proceed. The General…

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    ARC 2014 sets sail

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    PRESS RELEASE – The 29th Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) set sail today bound for Saint Lucia following a delayed start due to strong winds locally in the harbour of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria yesterday. For only the third time in the rally’s history, the decision was made to delay the start, initially planned for 12:30 on Sunday 23 November by 20 hours. The ARC 2014 fleet remained in port for an extra night,…

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    Telecoms Minister concerned about LIME’s decision to implement new charges

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    PRESS RELEASE – Saint Lucia’s Minister with responsibility for telecommunications, Hon. Dr. James Fletcher, has written to the telecommunications company LIME expressing serious concerns over a decision by LIME to charge customers $6.18 monthly, as of 1st January 2015, for printed copies of their bills. Minister Fletcher, in his letter to LIME states “this decision by LIME will disadvantage a large segment of our population who use LIME as a service provider but do not…

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    Notice from High Commission of India office

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    As per the directive of the Government of India, Mr. Hira Rijhumal Asnaani, ceases to function as the Honorary Consul of India to Saint Lucia with effect from October 30, 2014, It is for the information of all concerned that whosoever deals with Mr. Asnaani will be doing so at his own risk. No documents of any type received from Mr. Hira Rijhumal Asnaani, on behalf of the High Commission of India to Saint Lucia,…

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    Courts Black Week event is here!

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    Courts Black Week is an annual event geared at helping citizens shop, save and smile while bringing value home. Flexible plans are available and everyone is invited to hurry down to Courts as this big sale is now on.

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    Police press release on fatal accident involving elderly pedestrian

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    PRESS RELEASE - On Saturday, November 22, 2014, about 6:15 p.m., Officers attached to the Marigot Police Station responded to an accident which occurred at Coolie Town, Marigot. The accident involved a motor cycle registration number PG 3111, driven by 24-year-old Janii Bertrand of Marigot and a pedestrian, 61-year-old Donald Henry of Ciceron, Castries. As a result of the accident, Henry sustained serious injuries and was transported to Victoria Hospital via ambulance where he was treated…

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    Senator Stanley Felix recovering from surgery

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    PRESS RELEASE – Senator Hon. Stanley Felix, Minister for Physical Development, Housing and Urban Renewal is on medical leave until Monday, December 22, 2014. On Tuesday, November, 18, 2014, Hon. Felix underwent surgery to his spine at the North Shore University Medical Centre in the United States and will remain in the USA during his period of recuperation. Hon. Felix has extended his gratitude to all who called, messaged and continue to pray for his…

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    Government welcomes TUF’s decision to accept wage freeze

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    PRESS RELEASE – The Government of Saint Lucia has noted a Press Release issued by the President of the Trade Union Federation, Mr. Julian Monrose that the members of the Trade Union Federation have offered “to accept a wage freeze for the period April 2013 to March 2016.” The Government welcomes this decision and applauds the members of the TUF for their willingness to sacrifice wage increases at this time. However, as the Government has…

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    Outstanding Employee: Tricia Adonai

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    PRESS RELEASE – Meet Ms. Tricia Adonai our first female Bell Girl. Tricia joined the dynamic family of the St. James’s Club Morgan Bay St. Lucia in 2009 where she has proven to be a woman driven by a passion for excellence. She started as a steward in the Kitchen Department but given her commitment to excellence she was soon promoted to General Cook at the resort. Committed to further advancement she has braved new…

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    Veterans Football Competition results

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    PRESS RELEASE – Four matches were played as two double headers took place Saturday and Sunday at the Marchand Grounds as the 2014 veterans Football Tournament organized by VIS, Veterans in Sports Inc and Caribbean Alliance continued. Saturday evening Micoud and Caricom Masters played to a one all draw while Behind the College All Stars and Nyah played also to a one all draw. Last night Anse La Raye who were semi finalist last year…

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    Vieux Fort Special Education Centre celebrates 23 years

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    PRESS RELEASE – On Tuesday 18th November, the Special Education Centre in Vieux Fort celebrated 23 years with a public awareness walk, a church service and an art and craft exhibition. The theme chosen for this year’s celebration was “Creating Opportunities for children with special needs amidst the global challenges”. The day began with an exciting walk led by cadets and drummers from the school grounds on New Dock Road to the Evangelical church on…

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    ARC start delayed due to strong winds

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    PRESS RELEASE – Strong winds blowing through the harbour of Las Palmas have caused ARC organisers World Cruising Club to announce a delay to the start of ARC 2014. Whilst the front that has brought 4 days of heavy rain squalls to Gran Canaria is passing through, locally strong winds make it unsafe to maneuver boats in the harbour. It was announced this morning that the starts for all divisions would be delayed until tomorrow…

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