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RESIDENTS CONDUCT REPAIRS TO CEDAR HEIGHTS ROADS

Residents conducted makeshift repairs to the roads in the Cedar Heights Vieux Fort community on the weekend. Frustrated who continue to bemoan the shoddy infrastructure are admonishing the relevant authorities for the lack of maintenance.  

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DOUBLE HOMICIDE, TWO YOUNG MEN SHOT DEAD

A double homicide in the community of Grande Riviere on a Monday night has left residents in shock. Two young men became the latest victims of the episodic gun violence after they were waylaid by two bandits.  

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MAN LOST AT SEA, MOTHER YEARNS FOR CLOSURE

One mother is desperately seeking closure in the search of her son who has reportedly been lost at sea for nine days and counting. The 36-year-old man along with an assistant was last seen on Sunday November 29th at the helm of a charted fishing vessel. Both men have yet …

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MAN LOST AT SEA, MOTHER YEARNS FOR CLOSURE

One mother is desperately seeking closure in the search of her son who is reportedly lost at sea for nine days and counting. The 36-year-old man along with an assistant was last seen on Sunday November 29th at the helm of a charted fishing vessel. Both men have yet to …

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PROTESTING BUS DRIVERS RETURN TO WORK

Protesting bus drivers from various associations have decided to call off industrial action. The decision was taken on the second day of a sick-out over the reported financial drawbacks of pandemic protocols. A compromise was arrived at an emergency meeting between the southern minibus association and the national council on …

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DRVP PROJECT SIGNING

The official contract signing for the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project was held in late November 2020. Backed by the world bank group, the project is intended to build-out climate resilient infrastructure across Saint Lucia.  

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MASSY STORES WATERFRONT RE OPENS FOLLOWING FIRE

Massy Stores Waterfront branch has reopened its doors after fire gutted parts of the grocery store branch in October. Managing director Massy Stores Martin Dorville says the company had to learn to embrace the financial challenge.  

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BUS ASSOCIATIONS JOIN 2H ROUTE SICK OUT

The Vieux Fort drivers were not alone, as four minibus associations joined the cause by withdrawing their services to the commuting public. They too are demanding support from government to offset the economic losses incurred during the covid-19 pandemic.  

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