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GOV’T GEARS UP FOR NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

Monday march 24th, has been declared by the office of the prime minister as a national day of prayer. The prayer and fasting activity scheduled for whit monday, looks to foster unity and will feature the participation of local faith based organizations.

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PM VACCINE–ELECTIONS REMARKS CONTROVERSY

NTN presenter Lisa Joseph has sought to clarify statements made by prime minister Allen Chastanet in a recent interview with the network regarding the vaccination drive and the pending poll. Critics are once again raising concerns over what they claim, are stall tactics by the government leader in the announcement …

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QUESTIONS OVER THE DATING OF ELECTIONS

Monday march 24th, has been declared by the office of the prime minister as a national day of prayer. The prayer and fasting activity scheduled for whit monday, looks to foster unity and will feature the participation of local faith based organizations.

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BUS DRIVER AND PASSENGER CLASH OVER COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

A heated confrontation over the enforcement of covid-19 protocols in the bus sector was caught on camera. A bus driver and a passenger engaged in a fiery exchange over bus capacity, leading to the operator requesting that the commuter get-off the bus.  

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VIEUX FORT MATRIARCH TURNS 100

A well-known matriarch from Vieux Fort is celebrating her 100th birthday with a positive outlook on life. Doris Prescott reached the milestone this past weekend in the company of loved ones.

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NWU EXPECTS RESOLUTION TO OKEU TRANSITION

Will health care workers down their tools during a pandemic health crisis. That’s one of the burning questions, as interested parties seek to iron out a number of teething problems with the transition and secondment of employees to the millennium heights medical complex.  

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NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND FASTING ANNOUNCED

Amid a torrent of covid-19 cases, rising violent crime and an increasingly restive society, the government of Saint Lucia is requesting that the nation turn to prayer and fasting. Whit Monday has been set aside for a national day of prayer and fasting, as Saint Lucia looks to the heavens …

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SECONDARY STUDENT BRINGS GUN TO SCHOOL

Authorities are continuing investigations into a report of a student from a Castries-based secondary school being caught with an illegal firearm. According to sources, officials have launched an investigation into the matter with a focus on the safety of students and faculty.

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