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Guests Bolt


RANDY BENNETT, [email protected]

Guests Bolt

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ALL OF ITS GUESTS have checked out, and if the sewage problems on the South Coast are not fixed soon, it could be a rough winter season for one Worthing, Christ Church business.

Due to the effluvium permeating the premises of Gentle Breeze Apartments, the tourists have all gone, leaving the once fully-booked apartment complex resembling a ghost town.

This development comes after Opposition Leader Mia Mottley alleged at a political meeting Sunday night that the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant had not worked for nearly three years. She also claimed that the Bridgetown Sewage Treatment Plant also had issues that could result in further sewage problems.

When a team from the DAILY NATION visited the Worthing apartments yesterday afternoon, it was greeted by a putrid smell. (RB)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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