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OIL’S NOT WELL

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The former President of the Petroleum Dealers Association in Saint Lucia says the United States sanctions against Iran could upset the local market. Evaristus Jn Marie says already government is unwilling to pass the full effects of the increase in the price of fuel by keeping fuel cap at $13.95. The Former President of the Petroleum Dealers Association believes that if there is a significant increase in the imported price of fuel, the motoring public will definitely pay more at the pumps. Senior News Correspondent Cecile Actille reports.

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Central SLP Castries Opponents unite for a cause

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On Wednesday, the media noted the presence of two opponents at the Labour Party’s primaries for the Castries Central seat at an activity standing in solidarity with the fishers.
And since the seat remains the most controversial in this election cycle, the media wanted to know what’s up with that.

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Saint Lucians urged to keep their guard following an increase in human trafficking

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Saint Lucians have been placed on high alert as the Covid-19 pandemic has led to an increase in Human Trafficking.
The Department of Home Affairs and National Security has urged nationals to be vigilant, particularly when exploring prospects overseas.

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Pope Francis endorses civil union laws for same sex couples

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The head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis has declared his support for civil unions for same- sex couples. A first, according to the Catholic News Agency. The pontiff made the historic remark in documentary Francesco, which premiered on Wednesday October 21st at the Rome Film Festival.

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