ST. Lucians to pay less for electricity

This rarely happens, a reduction in the price of something. But it’s happening in St Lucia where citizens will pay less for electricity following a 2.6 cent reduction in the tariff for 2013. The St Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC) said the reduction in the tariff will reflect on bills for February until the end […]

Labour Minister wants Visa waived for farm workers

By Gerald V. Paul Jamaica’s Labour Minister Derrick Kellier has appealed to the Canadian Government to lift the visa requirement for seasonal farm workers in Canada. Kellier made the request to High Commissioner of Canada to Jamaica Robert Ready at the opening of the annual review meeting for the Canada’s Caribbean Seasonal Agricultural programme being […]

Anti-Gang Bill being debated

By Jasminee Sahoye CASTRIES, St Lucia – Legislation to amend sections of the Anti-Gang Bill in St Lucia will be debated this Thursday in the Senate as the government moves to tackle the emergency of criminal gangs. Prime Minister Dr Kenny Anthony said it was important for criminals in St Lucia to get the strong […]

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