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COVID 19 WARDENS TO BE GIVEN POWERS OF ARREST

The covid-19 compliance officers will be imbued with the legal authority to effect arrests during the conduct of their duties. The application process for covid-19 wardens is now closed. Deputy police commissioner Milton Desir speaking to HTS news4orce on Tuesday said the police force received an avalanche job applications.  

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DENNERY MAN FOUND DEAD, HAILED AS HARDWORKING FARMER

Loved ones of a farmer washed out to sea say he was a hard-working man. The body of Duranti Regis was discovered near the Dennery Islet on Monday, November 16th, 2020. The fishing village was lashed by torrential rains during the passage of a trough system on the weekend.  

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FIVE INJURED IN PICKUP CRASH

A road crash which left several people injured along the Micoud highway was just one of the emergencies, first responders of the Saint Lucia fire services had to contend with on the weekend.  

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LUCELEC MY ACCOUNT PAY DIRECT

The St. Lucia electricity services limited (Lucelec) has added a new service to its suite of customer products. A recent upgrade to its “My account” online platform, promises to make life a lot easier for customers.  

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FIVE INJURED IN PICKUP CRASH

A road crash which left several people injured along the Micoud highway was just one of the emergencies which first responders of the Saint Lucia fire services had to contend with on the weekend.    

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TROUGH BATTERS COMMUNITIES WITH HEAVY RAINS AND FLOODS

Low-lying communities across Saint Lucia were besieged by rising flood waters from sustained rains associated with a trough system on the weekend. Disaster management officials were conducting damage assessments with the government pledging support for those adversely affected. Residents are urged to remain vigilant with more rain forecast later this …

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FEDEE DENIES REPORTS OF VISITORS ROAMING FREE

Minister with responsibility for tourism Dominic Fedee is disputing reports that tourists are being allowed to roam around Saint Lucia free. Fedee at a media briefing defended the tourism sector’s stringent health and safety protocols for visitors to minimize transmission. His remarks come against the backdrop of a viral video …

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BULLET STILL LODGED IN 9 YEAR OLD’S HEAD

Over one month after a 9-year-old lost his sight to gunfire, the bullet remains lodged in his head. His mother says efforts are still underway to get the young boy to Martinique for medical treatment. Rennatta Henry says the youngster is struggling to cope with partial blindness and traumatic memories …

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