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SUGARCANE RECORD

A Massade, Gros Islet small property owner may have just cultivated a record breaking Sugar-cane plant. The owner of the “chez marie alisha” property, who is an avid gardener was surprised by the length of his sugar cane plant and invited HTS newsforce to take a look. https://youtu.be/VigwDYN0AMY

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WASCO AFTER DORIAN

The essential services come under great pressure during a national disaster such as a storm. So with Dorian threatening st. Lucia, lucelec and wasco had to be closely monitoring their systems in order to ensure their services were uninterrupted. Wasco reopened its doors for business by early Tuesday afternoon. https://youtu.be/oXLJJg34Fbs …

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LESSONS FROM DORIAN

Tropical storm Dorian spares St. Lucia, but gathers strength in the Caribbean sea, as it approaches other islands. https://youtu.be/iZQybMlk82g

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MEDICAL FACILITIES AFTER DORIAN

The administration of St. Jude hospital has adopted an innovative approach to assist its staff. It is well-known that the workers of St. Jude hospital have been operating under much stress, brought about in part, by having to operate from the George Odlum stadium for ten years now. The new …

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NEMO GIVES ALL CLEAR

The national emergency management organisation (NEMO) declared the all clear for St Lucia, some 16 hours following the shut down. Tropical storm Dorian did not have the dreaded impact of heavy rains or winds that were forecast. In the end, St. Lucia was spared once again. Nemo made the call …

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ROOTS AND SOUL SATURDAY

Day two of the roots and soul festival at the pigeon island national landmark left a lasting impression on many of the patrons. https://youtu.be/5t19SaEaLRw

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SAINT LUCIA CUBA ASSOSCIATION

The St. Lucia humanistic solidarity association is continuing its efforts to strengthen relations on several levels with the republic of Cuba. The group which recently elected a new executive, pledged its support for strong ties with the Spanish speaking communist Caribbean country. https://youtu.be/vq7N_sYrxkU

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ST JUDES CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

The administration of St. Jude hospital has adopted an innovative approach to assist its staff. It is well-known that the workers of St. Jude hospital have been operating under much stress, brought about in part, by having to operate from the George Odlum stadium for ten years now. The new …

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FISHERIES ON TURTLES

Residents of Anse la Raye were taken aback by a set of wandering turtles near the beach on Friday evening. The turtles may have been heading in the wrong direction, possibly because of the lights of the village. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxrtt2x2ZpI

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HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS 2019

St. Lucia on Monday was bracing itself for the impact of hurricane Dorian which is expected to dump up to ten inches of rain. Dorian which is predicted to strengthen before making landfall, is expected to become a category one hurricane when it passes over St. Lucia, during the wee …

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