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LOO calls for tangible budget policies

MP for Micoud North, Dr. Gale Rigobert has questioned the government’s capacity to raise the revenue needed to fund the over 1.4 billion dollar 2015-2016 budget. Dr. Rigobert is also skeptical about the policies to be outlined in the budget statement scheduled for Tuesday.

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Huge crowd for Jazz Festival 2015 Finale

The curtains came down on the 2015 St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival over the weekend with stellar performances by a rich cadre of internationally acclaimed artistes and musicians. Helen Television Systems [HTS] – sponsors of the globally renowned festival from its inception, chronicled the 3 day main stage climax …

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Blackberry concealed in prisoner’s rectum

The Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) continues its crackdown on the smuggling of contraband. In an HTS Nws4orce exclusive on Monday, BCF officials reveal a mobile phone was retrieved from the anal cavity of one of the inmates. Due to the graphic details of this story, viewer discretion is advised.

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Red Cross celebrates with Nepalese Refugees

The International Committee of the Red Cross on May 8th celebrated “World Red Cross/Red Crescent Day” marking 50 years of Red Cross fundamental principles in action. The St. Lucia Red Cross on Friday held a charity luncheon for the Nepalese nationals stranded in St. Lucia in a high profile human …

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The Arts Village comes Alive

The skill, talent and creativity of Saint Lucian artisans were exhibited to the world on the popular Rodney Bay Strip, at a specially designed craft Mecca, as part of the arts component of the re-energized 24th edition of the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival.

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Sunny Acres murder accused arraigned

HTS News4orce first broke the news of the murder of 83-year-old, Mary Dupree of Sunny Acres, Castries. On Friday, the Royal St. Lucia Police confirmed St. Lucia’s 7th recorded homicide thus far for 2015. 28-year-old, Claudius St. Prix of Vigie, Castries was arraigned in court on Friday for Dupree’s murder.

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BTC still in limbo over murder suspect row

The boys training center is still in limbo following an emergency meeting with heads of the National Security and Social Transformation Ministries, after a magistrate’s decision to house a teenaged murder suspect at the facility. On Thursday, staff walked off the job in protest citing safety concerns.

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Employers worried on Growth and Employment

The global financial crisis had a profound effect on St. Lucia’s economy. As Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony gets set to deliver the 4th budget policy address since assuming office after the 2011 election, the Employers Federation is hoping for effective measures to spur growth and get Saint Lucians back …

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Officials warn of prolonged Dry Spell

The worst of a prolonged dry spell currently battering St. Lucia is yet to come. That’s according to the St. Lucia Met services. The next three to six months are projected to be the driest on record in recent years. The public is urged to be prepared.

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