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DESTINATION NOT FINAL

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Over 60 SLHTA member companies and representatives from the St. Lucia Tourism Authority met on Wednesday November 28, 2018 to get an update on the economic and market status of source destinations. The focus of the seminar was to ensure that key players optimize the scarce financial resources they have access to in an effort to get optimum returns. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports.

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HILAIRE ORDERED TO APPEAR IN COURT OVER LUXURY VEHICLE ROW

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The back and forth over alleged paper work discrepancies between the Customs and Excise Department and Castries South MP Dr. Ernest Hilaire continue to unfold. A new document coming to light [this week] is a Court summons obtained by MBC Prime which appears to order the Castries South MP to appear before a Magistrate next January. The Customs Department led by Acting Comptroller Peter Chicot has accused Dr. Hilaire, a former High Commissioner to the UK, of “failing to comply with a lawful order”. Dr. Hilaire through his legal team has refuted the charges and has threatened to take legal action of their own – accusing the Customs boss of abusing his authority.SHOW LESS

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New Passenger Boarding Policy in Effect on 1A Route

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The National Council on Public Transportation met with the membership of the Gros Islet Minibus Association on Sunday October 18th 2020. The objective of the meeting was to sensitize the membership on new passenger boarding protocols. These protocols, were introduced in a bid to curtail the spread of COVID19 and to protect commuters and omnibus operators alike.

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CASTRIES SECONDARY SCHOOL SUSPENDS CLASSES AFTER STUDENT LINKED TO LATEST COVID POSITIVE CASES

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Hundreds of students attending the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School were kept away from classes Thursday [October 15] after it was discovered that a student lives in the same household with Saint Lucia’s latest COVID positive cases. The COVID positive diagnosis for cases 30 and 31 were officially released on October 14.The student, MBC Prime understands has since been tested for the virus. Principal Marva Daniel says Castries Comprehensive will remain closed pending the outcome of COVID test results.SHOW LESS

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