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OKEU PROBES BOTCHED LEG AMPUTATION

Public health officials have confirmed reports of the botched amputation of a patient’s leg at the Owen King European Union Hospital. Relatives of the patient are reportedly mulling legal action.

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RESTAURANT SECTOR WANTS 10PM CURFEW START

The independent restaurants sector has recommended that the authorities change the start time of the curfew up 10 pm. The chair of the independents restaurants food and beverage suppliers at the SLHTA Wadi Zakhour argues that this a better time-frame for business operations.

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TROIS PITON RESIDENT TRAPPED BY ROAD WORKS

A Trois piton resident claims that road works near his residence has left his vehicle trapped in the driveway and is affecting his ability to earn a living. The resident is seeking an audience with the relevant authorities.

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STRAY DOG POPULATION ON THE RISE

Saint Lucia’s stray dog population is on the rise. The problem has been thrusted in the spotlight following a gut-wrenching video of animal abuse at the hands of youth.

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ELECTION SEASON HEATS-UP AS PARTIES HIT THE AIRWAVES

The 2021 election season is heating up, as the two mainstream political parties hit the airwaves. The Saint Lucia Labor Party is searching for answers on the campaign wedge issue regarding the fate of the St. Jude hospital project. Meanwhile, prime minister Allen Chastanet is refuting the allegations of a …

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POLICE IDENTIFY BULLET-RIDDLED BODY AT BABONNEA

The body found in cacao, Babonneau, this past weekend has been identified as Richard Smith. The police released the name of the shooting victim on Thursday. Law enforcement authorities are also making Head-way in a recent high-profile homicide case.

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SLHTA WELCOMES PLANNED RETURN OF CRUISE SECTOR

The St. Lucia hospitality and tourism association is hailing news of the planned return of the cruise sector this summer. St. Lucia is bracing to accept its first international cruise ship since the closure of the sector in mid-march 2020.

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