• EMERGENCY DISPATCH CENTER IN THE WORKS

    Saint Lucia’s fire and emergency departments will soon have a dedicated emergency dispatch center. That is the word from the National Security Minister, Hermangild Francis. …

  • DEATH OF VIEUX FORT MAN RULED A HOMICIDE

    According to online reports, police have ruled the death of a Vieux Fort man who was found in Catonement on Sunday night a homicide. News4orce first reported on this story on Monda…

  • UWP QUESTION’S HILAIRE SINCERITY ON BANANES BAY ISSUE

    The ruling United Workers Party has taken Castries South MP Ernest Hilaire to task over his comments on the proposed Bananes Bay redevelopment. Hilaire has expressed outrage over w…

  • TAKING OUR KIDS BACK

    A group of Castries residents is hoping to reach out to inner city youth and provide them with the mentoring and support needed to become outstanding citizens. The group is called …

  • JOHN COMPTON DAM PROJECT STILL ON COURSE

    WASCO management plans to take the most cost-effective approach to complete the John Compton Dam rehabilitation project. So says general manager Edmund Regis. …

  • CCC SLAMS HILAIRE IN BANANES BAY DEVELOPMENT ROW

    It was just a preliminary meeting”. That is the word from the Castries Constituencies Council in response to Castries South MP Ernest Hilaire’s concerns that he was not consulted o…

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GOVERNING IN A SMALL ISLAND-STATE BOOK LAUNCH

Former Public Service and Energy Minister Dr. James Fletcher has launched his publication, “Governing in a Small Caribbean Island State.” The book delves into a range of development issues that confront Saint Lucia and other Caribbean islands. It also suggests approaches that a new prime minister may use to address …

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DEATH OF VIEUX FORT MAN RULED A HOMICIDE

According to online reports, police have ruled the death of a Vieux Fort man who was found in Catonement on Sunday night a homicide. News4orce first reported on this story on Monday night. 45-year-old Leslie Khodra of Cantonment, Vieux-Fort was discovered around 8:30 pm Sunday January 21st. He was reportedly …

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UWP QUESTION’S HILAIRE SINCERITY ON BANANES BAY ISSUE

The ruling United Workers Party has taken Castries South MP Ernest Hilaire to task over his comments on the proposed Bananes Bay redevelopment. Hilaire has expressed outrage over what he says is lack of consultation by the government with residents who will be affected by the proposed project. The MP …

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TAKING OUR KIDS BACK

A group of Castries residents is hoping to reach out to inner city youth and provide them with the mentoring and support needed to become outstanding citizens. The group is called ‘Taking Our Kids Back’. Members are calling for public support as they attempt to tackle youth delinquency and gang …

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EARTH OBSERVATION FOR BLUE ECONOMY

Planning, health, environment, agriculture and fisheries officials from the OECS are in St. Lucia this week, to explore how earth observation can support the development of maritime economies. They are hoping to use information from earth observation for adaptation to risk and vulnerability from climate change.

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