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Phased Approach Adopted for the Reopening of the Forensic Lab
Calls for the reopening of the forensic lab have been answered after years of lobbying and public pressure.

The announcement was made on Friday during a press briefing where Home Affairs, Justice and National Security Minister Hermangild Francis explained that the Government has adopted a phased approach to the reopening, which it hopes will facilitate the transition to full operations.

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Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia Calls on Government for New Initiatives to Create Employment
Raise Your Voice Saint Lucia has expressed concern over what it notes as Government’s failure to initiate any new social policies, initiatives or investments to create employment for the vulnerable.

The sentiment comes ahead of the pending non renewal of contracts for several workers attached to the National Initiative for Creating employment NICE, most of whom are women.

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Canadian Man Accused in the Drowning of a Four Year old Ordered to pay Compensation to the Boy’s Family
A Canadian man accused in the drowning of a four-year-old boy in Saint Lucia was ordered today to pay the sum of $75,000 in compensation to the boy’s family or be sent to jail for three years.

It is reported that the fine was paid.

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RCI Celebrates 56 Year Anniversary!
Radio Caribbean International is celebrating over five decades of broadcasting here.

Celebrating 56 years, Radio Caribbean boasts being the first station in St Lucia to broadcast 24 hour programming on the FM frequency.

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NICE Programme Under Review
The significance of International Women’s Day has been marred by the pending loss of employment for hundreds of Women contracted under the NICE program.

That’s the sentiment being expressed by Raise Your Voice St Lucia Secretary Catherine Sealys, who has criticized the outcome of a review of the program, that has been a lifeline for many marginalized women.

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