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OPPOSITION BLASTS CHAMBER ON “LEAKED DOCUMENTS” PRONOUNCEMENT

Opposition Leader Philip J Pierre has put the Chamber of Commerce on blast for their recent pronouncements regarding the leaking of government documents. In the latest issue of the publication “ED’s Perspective”, the chamber’s Executive Director Brian Louisy spoke of “breaches of confidentiality” in the public and private sectors. Louisy noted that this practice could result in harm to Saint Lucia’s economic interests, having an impact on business people’s confidence- both foreign and local- as to respect of privacy when doing business in Saint Lucia. The Leader of the Opposition says he is appalled by these statements.

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Cursed doll found hanging to tree spooks Morne Du Dor residents

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A man who believes he’s the target of an occult practice says he fears not for his life. This after, residents in Morne Du Dor on Wednesday discovered a ‘Voodoo doll’ between two settlements.

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OECS AWAITS FINDINGS FROM NYC SEX SCANDAL INVESTIGATION

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The unravelling National Youth Council sex scandal allegation has penetrated the OECS Commission. In a May 12 statement, the Commission reinforced its “…zero tolerance…” misconduct policy and is awaiting the findings from an ongoing investigation into the bombshell allegations against an NYC member.

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CDC Commercial tenants petition government for rent waivers.

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Commercial Tenants of both the Jeremie Street, Darling Road and Jn Baptiste Street CDC’s have petitioned the government for a break on monthly rental payments in light of the economic impact from suspensions of business as a result of the coronavirus. As we learn in this Miguel Fevrier report, their pleas appear to have fallen on deaf ears.

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