In an attempt to move further down the road to a healthy St. Lucia, the chamber of commerce dedicated its latest working breakfast to an effort to educate employers on the importance of a healthy workforce. here are the details from Lové Spooner.
Minibus operators on the Gros Islet route might think that as a former bus driver, Minister Guy Joseph would be sympathetic to their request to be allowed access to the Bois D’Orange bypass. If this were the case, they have another think coming.
One of the bills up for debate during Tuesday’s House sitting was a motion to amend the country’s CIP legislation. The opposition MP perhaps most closely associated with the Citizenship by Investment Program was highly critical of the government’s efforts in that regard.
Continuing our reporting on LIAT, the Prime Minister has said that in the midst of the regional carrier’s financial difficulties, it may be necessary to consider an integration of multiple airlines to better service the islands.
With the Minister for Economic Development refusing to confirm or deny whether he issued a letter to a local company to raise over one hundred and sixty million EC dollars on behalf of the government of Saint Lucia, we took our questions to the Prime Minister, and to a former Minister of government.
Last year at this time, news stations islandwide were reporting on the devastating fire that destroyed the building which housed the Folk Research Centre. However, that was not the only fire that took place that night. Here’s a look back at one of Choice’s news reports on this day last year.