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TAWAINESE ABATTOIR TO MAKE WAY FOR CHINESE INVESTMENT PROJECT

Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph on November 12th, confirmed that the Taiwanese funded multi-million-dollar abattoir in Beausejour, Vieux-Fort, will make way for the Chinese backed Desert Star Holdings horse racing track. Agriculture Minister Joseph who lobbied for the abattoir, also disclosed that the DSH front man Teo Ah Khing, will foot …

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SANDALS HOLDS TOUR OF BARBADOS PROPERTY

Officials of Sandals Resorts International say they remain committed to a 4th property in Saint Lucia, despite legal action instituted by attorneys for the Landings Resort. In November, the resort chain confirmed that it had suspended construction work on Sandals La Source, pending the outcome of the case. On November …

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LOCAL BAKERY HELD UP AT GUNPOINT

The lone cashier working at the water works road branch of Ideal Bakery in Castries was not harmed during a brazen early evening November 12 armed robbery. CCTV footage now viral on social media, captured the moments when two un-masked men accosted the cashier before making off with an undisclosed …

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NEW DALLAS COUNTY DA – NEW HOPE IN BOTHAM JEAN CASE

A pending shake up in the Dallas county District Attorney’s office is brining renewed hope to the justice for Botham movement. The incoming Dallas District Attorney believes that former police officer Amber Guyer, should be charged with murder in the shooting death of the 26-year-old Saint Lucian.

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TRADE UNIONS DEMAND ACTION FROM GOV’T ON HEALTHCARE

The Civil Service Association, the Saint Lucia Nurses Association and the Medical and Dental Association under the Trade Union Federation umbrella, on November 13th, made it clear to the Allen Chastanet led Administration: “take immediate action on the healthcare crisis or else.”

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SLNT ‘SADDENED’ AFTER FIRE RAZES HISTORIC BUILDINGS

[PRESS RELEASE] The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is saddened by the destruction of the colonial-era historic ‘Glasgow’ townhouse and other nearby properties, which were burnt by fire during the early morning of Tuesday 30th October, 2018. The Glasgow House was located at the north-eastern corner of the junctions of Mary-Ann …

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CDF HONORS LA WEN PAGEANT CONTESTANTS

The Folk Research Center held the prize giving ceremony for the contestants of the 2018 La Wen Kweyol pageant. The show was hosted on October 20th and is a staple on Saint Lucia’s creole heritage month calendar of activities.

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FAMILY OF BEXON CRASH VICTIMS IN MOURNING

Reaction continues to pour in after the devastating Bexon auto crash on Tuesday October 30th. Fergusson Donnelly age 32, and guardian to the three young children involved in the crash, all sustained severe bodily injuries. Officials have confirmed that three of the victims including Donnelly succumbed at hospital. His youngest …

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EVICTED CHARLEMAGNE FAMILY LIVING OUT OF VEHICLE

Members of the Charlemagne family are pressing on, despite eviction from the La Clery CDC public housing unit this week. The family was among the last remaining tenants in the unit, which is currently being demolished and earmarked for development. Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne have spent the last two nights …

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