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LPM makes case for ‘inclusive government’

[Press release] LPM says thanks to all those who continue to embrace the need for real change in our country. We urge the continuance of an open and independent mindset, and a rejection of the kind of outdated politics which seeks to divide and is hell bent on exclusion. Rest assured …

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Police probing fatal Savannes Bay trailer truck crash

[Press release] Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Joel Parris, consequent to a vehicular accident, which occurred on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, about 5:50 p.m. along the Castries-Vieux Fort Highway, near Savannes Bay. Joel Parris, a thirty five (35) year old resident of Balata, Castries, was the driver …

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DOING GOVERNANCE RIGHT

Appreciate and accept your front-line employees and take in their ideas, for they are just as, or even more valuable than yours. This is a message to owners, managers, and leaders in both the corporate and public-sector entities, ahead of a corporate governance seminar scheduled to convene next month. On …

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One dead in VF trailer truck collision

HTS News4orce can confirm that one man is dead following a vehicular collision in Savannes, Vieux Fort. The incident occurred around 6:00 this evening. According to reports from our southern correspondent who is on the scene, the collision involved a trailer truck and two minibuses. One man is currently trapped …

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BORDELAIS RAID NETS DRUGS & OTHER CONTRABAND

Corrections officers executed a whole-day raid at the Bordelais Correctional Facility on 5 June, resulting in the seizure of contraband that included makeshift weapons and mobile phones. News4orce was on hand to get exclusive footage of the operation.

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‘PLASTIC OCEAN SCREENING FOR ENVIRONMENT DAY’

On June 5th, World Environment Day, the Saint Lucia National Trust, Department of Fisheries and Massy Stores Saint Lucia came together, to teach students about the dangers of plastic pollution. The partners brought together hundreds of students at Caribbean Cinemas for a special screening of the film ‘a plastic ocean.’

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SOUFRIERE SEC STUDENTS HEADING TO OXFORD

The top academic performers of the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School will have the distinct privilege of visiting one of the oldest and leading universities in the world. Students are set to depart St. Lucia on Friday, June 8th to spend a week with scholars and tour Oxford University.

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HAM OPERATORS GET TRAINING

Amateur radio operations are being trained in vital emergency communication in the aftermath of disasters. The training will provide further support to the National Emergency Management Organization, during what is expected to be an active hurricane season.

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DR. REMY GIVES BACK TO LABORIE STEEL PAN

The youth of the Laborie steel pan continue to display their mastery of steelpan music. Last weekend, ophthalmologist Dr. Emsco Remy made a contribution to the former panorama champions musical journey. The band remains dedicated to transforming the lives of young people by developing musical and artistic talent in the …

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PURUSING A LIVESTOCK POLICY

Saint Lucia is getting assistance from the India, Brazil and South Africa (IBSA) group, to craft a policy for the livestock sector. With demand for meat and meat products expected to grow by 30% over the next ten years, those at the helm of the initiative say the policy is …

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