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Brazilian-OECS Mission begins with Monday Business Forum

Delegates for the First Brazilian Parliamentarian and Business Mission to Saint Lucia started arriving Friday, ahead of a major Business Forum on Monday, to kick-off a week of activities...
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Tourist Board responds to CSA letter

The Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB) has responded to a letter from the Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA), seeking clarity on the fate of workers at the tourism...
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Job opportunities at Owen King EU Hospital

Press Release:-The Ministry of Health and Wellness hereby notifies the Public of the following opportunities for employment at the Owen King EU Hospital Medical Technology II, I – Histology...

Businessman to sue over supplies controversy

Businessman, Thomas Eugene, has vowed to sue over the presence of police, Customs and other officials on his  property yesterday. The team was accompanied by Economic Development Minister, Guy Joseph. Joseph...

SLTB: Government cites tough choices for progress

The Saint Lucia Tourist Board  (SLTB) has asserted that the  government of Saint Lucia recognizes that difficult choices must be made for progress to occur. The assertion was made in...

Business Awards: Deadline approaches

Press Release:-The deadline for submissions for the St. Lucia Business Awards 2017 is November 24th 2016.This leaves a little more than two weeks for businesses to compile their award...

Pierre concerned about possible SLTB job losses

Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre, has expressed concern about possible job losses at the Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB). Pierre's concern follows reports that SLTB staff have been informed that...
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CSA wants clarity on future of SLTB workers

The Saint Lucia Civil Service Association (CSA) has written to the Saint Lucia Tourist Board, seeking clarity on the termination of workers there. The Times broke the story this week...

LIAT: More passenger woes coming

Antigua Observer:-LIAT, on Wednesday, blamed its latest round of flights delays and cancellations on the weather and warned that its disruptions are far from over. “Passengers can expect to experience...
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OECS 30 Under 30 Promotes Entrepreneurship Amongst Youth

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 — In an effort to recognise and encourage entrepreneurship amongst youth, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) has launched the OECS 30 Under 30...