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CSA holds General Council Meeting

The executive of the Civil Service Association [CSA] says they have successfully convened their first general council meeting under the constitution on April 15th. Rehani Isidore has been following developments in the beleagured CSA and filed this report.

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Calypso Union’s ambitious agenda

The president of the newly formed Music And Arts Industry Union Mc Stephen Aubertine says the organization has ambitious goals to revive the industry and protect the interests of artistes. On Tuesday, he outlined the group’s push to ensure what they describe as overdue amenities and ‘suitable’ conditions ahead of …

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Building Community Capacity

The Ministry Of Social Transformation teamed up with the Gros-Islet Constituency Management Committee to train community-based groups in the field of project proposal writing. Officials say this skill-set will help community-based groups access much sought-after funding.

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Saving the bee hives for industry

The members of the Mille Fleur Honey Producers Co-Operative Limited in Dennery have reported a rise in theft island wide. The P.R.O of the company William Antoine says people have been stealing honey from the hives and then destroying them.

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Welfare Association urges cops to be on guard

The Police Welfare Association has spoken out on the attack on an off-duty police officer by [armed] bandits last weekend. The incident – by no means is an isolated incident, has left an officer nursing stab wounds to the head. The Police Welfare Association president is calling on officers to …

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Addressing the threat of ISIS

A Jamaican teenager was intercepted in Suriname by police after intelligence confirmed the teen’s intentions to join Islamic extremist group ISIS. In a statement, the police said the teenager arrived at the Johan Adolf Pengel Airport on a flight from Jamaica, intending to transit to the Netherlands, from where he …

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Man shot dead near reclamation grounds

The month of April has been one of the bloodiest for Saint Lucia in recent memory. The island has recorded 5 homicides in a span of 7 days. The latest homicide victim met his demise on April 11th, while reportedly aiding a coconut vendor at the Castries market.

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Protecting State Officials

Despite the rise in gun violence, the Home Affairs & National Security minister is content with the degree of security issued to the country’s state and justice officials. In a News4orce exclusive the minister remains resolute in bringing the perpetrators of the recent homicides to justice.

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