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CALLS FOR JUSTICE FOR KIMBERLY–THREE YEARS LATER

The crusade for justice for slain mother of two Kimberly De Leon continues with little to no results, three years after her shocking murder. Heart-broken family members are lamenting the delays and lack of success of law enforcement authorities in cracking case.

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MINISTER FOR HEALTH OUTLINES NEW PROTCOLS FOR NOVEMBER

The government of St. Lucia has announced the new adjustment protocols for the month of November. In keeping with the declining trend in covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, officials are moving cautiously to slowly provide relief to the public, especially those who have chosen to get vaccinated.

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UWP STANDS BY ITS ST. JUDE DECISIONS

The United Workers Party is not backing down in the face of criticism of its handling of the St. Jude hospital re-construction project, during the tenure of the Allen Chastanet administration. The St. Jude fiasco was one of many topics discussed at a UWP press conference held on Thursday.

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MINISTER FOR HEALTH OUTLINES NEW PROTCOLS FOR NOVEMBER

The government of St. Lucia has announced the new adjustment protocols for the month of November. In keeping with the declining trend in covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, officials are moving cautiously to slowly provide relief to the public, especially those who have chosen to get vaccinated.

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YOUNG MAN KILLED IN EXCAVATOR ACCIDENT

Police have reportedly launched a probe into the death of a 27-year-old man who died in an alleged freak excavator accident in mon repos. Family members of the deceased are looking to one another for support, as details on the tragic incident continue to emerge.

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GOVERNMENT WAIVES DEBT OF CDC TENANTS

The Saint Lucia government announced a waiver of outstanding debt owed by all tenants of the CDC building units up to the end of September 2021. However, the concessions come with some very important conditions. Housing minister Richard Frederick broke the news to reporters on Wednesday.

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