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FUTURE BORDERED ON EDUCATION?

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As senior political and investigative correspondent Miguel Fevrier reports, the Sir Arthur Community College remains without leadership, and staff at the Customs and Excise Department are still uncertain about their future.
The daily news cycles have been abuzz over the past few weeks, ever since the nation learned of the resignation of the board of directors at the SALCC.

Likewise, Customs is not too excited being converted into a border control unit, and staff have been expressing their disapproval through bargaining body, the CSA.

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Catherine Sealys continues calls to address “abuses” at the BTC

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Raise Your Voice President Catherine Sealys continues to call on authorities to address what she says are the abuses taki0ng place at the Boys Training Centre. Sealys stands by her comments, adding that she is ready to present the evidence before the courts.

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Father of asthmatic woman, laments inadequate resources at respiratory facilities

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The father of a bronchial asthmatic young woman is beside himself with anger after she was released to her own care, despite displaying what he says are severe COVID-19 symptoms. Senior Correspondent Miguel Fevrier spoke with the man Friday and filed this report.

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Raise Your Voice President says deficiencies in governance is emboldening criminals.

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President of Raise Your Voice (Saint Lucia) told MBC Prime in the wake of the island’s latest homicide, that deficiencies in governance is emboldening the criminal elements on Saint Lucia.

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