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Common Entrance 2015

St. Lucia’s primary school students sat the annual Common Entrance exam on Wednesday. Students across the country are now waiting with baited breath for the results due this summer.

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Delays in Port Castries transformation

Tourism Minister Lorne Theophilus conceded to the media this week that progress on re-development projects designed to improve the touristic appeal of St. Lucia’s capital has been delayed. Officials say the transformative process is vital to the industry.

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A Recast Chastanet leads UWP protest charge

As we reported earlier this week, the United Workers Party continued their bid for office with a public meeting in the Gros – Islet constituency. Political leader Allen Chastanet called for another monumental national protest against the Labour Administration’s policies. Chastanet again sought to dispel the notion of a patrician …

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CSA execs and “Save our union” in pitch battle

The president of the embattled Civil Service Association Wilfred Pierre on Tuesday told HTS News4orce, that the union had claimed a small victory at the negotiation table. It is a supposed letter from the public service ministry requesting a sit-down with the CSA’s executive to resume negotiations with the government …

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Met office tempers hope of recent showers

Meanwhile, the St. Lucia Met services is urging the public to continue water conservation practices despite intermittent rainfall experienced over the last few days. Officials say the showers are not indicative of an end to the dry spell currently gripping the sub- region.

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Rose Hill resident wants answers

What was supposed to be an exciting day for an avid football fan devolved into pandemonium at the Marchand Grounds. One man is now nursing a gunshot wound after what he described as a case of excessive force by a police officer.

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Bus crashes into house

One good-lands family is counting their blessings following a freak accident on Monday. Just after 2pm, a mini bus apparently lost control and crashed into a house. The mini bus driver was reportedly taken to the Victoria Hospital for treatment.

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Mary Isaac makes UWP Platform Debut

Ex-Civil Service Association (CSA) President Mary Isaac made her first appearance on stage at a United Workers Party public meeting. As expected Isaac scolded the administration on the current issues dominating the news cycle.

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