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And Miguel Fevrier visited the National Council on Public Transportation for comment on this latest development. The rising cost of fuel has been a crucial factor in determining whether minibus operators receive a fare increase or not. And as we learn in this report, while the NCOPT President was diplomatic in his approach, one minibus operator is asking “What about the poor?”

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ARRIVING CRUISE SHIPS BRINGING FINANCIAL HARDSHIP TO DUTY FREE ZONES

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Low occupancy levels on cruise ships calling into Port Castries, compounded further by COVID protocols, is costing retailers the Pointe Seraphine duty free zone big bucks. They’re requesting a waiver on monthly rental fees. However, Tourism and Investment Minister Dr. Ernest Hilaire says under the current circumstances waivers “cannot work”.

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Man believed to be of unsound mind shot dead by police

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A man believed to be of unsound mind has been fatally shot by police following physical assault at Sarrot on Wednesday August 25th. An investigation has been launched into the matter by a separate unit within the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force.

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RISE ST. LUCIA Chairman AND UWI LECTURER TRAINS BCF INMATES

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Public and Private sectors are being urged to assist in the rehabilitation of inmates at the Bordelais Correctional Facility. The call was sounded following a training a one day training in Theatre Arts held on Thursday August 12.

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