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SDA Masterguide Fair

Members of the 7th-day Adventist Church hosted their annual master guide fair last weekend in Vieux-Fort. The annual fair attempts to imbue leadership skills in youth in communities throughout St. Lucia.

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Police report headway in homicide cases

According to the police force, a major hindrance in law enforcement’s efforts to solve crime is due in part to reluctant and fearful eyewitness. Law enforcement is promising the safety of those who may have information in connection with the recent spate of homicides.

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Bordelais destroys drugs and contraband

Officers in raids at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) have seized an incredible haul of smuggled items and illegal imports. On Friday HTS News4orce was granted access to the prison. Our crews captured first hand images of the confiscation of dangerous contraband. Prison officials say the seizure has made the …

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Fedee wins UWP Anse La Raye / Canaries Runoff

The hotly contested race for the Anse La Raye/ Canaries candidacy in the United Workers Party is over, following a controversial runoff on April 9th. Former journalist Dominic Fedee whipped a number of potential front-runners to become the presumptive contender for the bell-wether seat on a UWP ticket. The outcome …

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Homicide #4, Chausee Road Fatal Shooting

Daily life in the city centre again came to a grinding halt on Thursday, as St. Lucia recorded its 4th homicide for 2015. Anyone with information which could assist in the investigation of this latest homicide can contact the Major Crimes Unit at telephone numbers 456- 3752 or 456- 3754.

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Has media coverage of slayings gone too far?

The depiction of inconsolable families in TV news reports in the media has stirred an intense debate about sensitivity and ethics for media practitioners. The director of human services Elizabeth Lewis denounces such portrayals. However, the media workers association President Clinton Reynolds warns that ‘over censorship’ can undermine the message.

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Gun violence hurting business and healthcare

The perennial deadly gunfight in the long running inner-city turf wars – lead by ad-hoc criminal gangs, not only menaces neighbourhoods, but also hurts commerce and economic activity. Twice this week, businesses along with essential health services were affected as a result of brazen daylight shootings in Castries.

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Raising Police morale

On the heels off a spate of gun violence in the nation’s capital, the Royal St. Lucia Police Force wants the public to rest assured, of their unyielding commitment to push back against crime.

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A tale of anguish

The circumstances surrounding the death of a burgeoning St. Lucian musician continue to stir intrigue. Speculation in the media suggests the victim Valentine Moise, folded under the pressure of a strained relationship. On Wednesday, Moise’s wife spoke to HTS News Force in a bid to set the record straight.

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Cracking down on the illegal gun-trade

Law enforcement continues to mount robust efforts to mitigate the illegal arms trade. However, the recent spate of gun violence has again raised public concern over the apparent rampant access to lethal weapons. HTS News Force sat down with National Security Minister Phillip La Corbiniere for answers.

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