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Widow of slain community elder speaks out

The recent scourge of gun violence in the city has claimed lives and devastated families. The wife of the victim of a fatal broad daylight shooting in Castries on Tuesday says she is taking the moral high ground to cope with the loss.

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Cops vow to restore peace

A record breaking crime lull has ended for law enforcement, after three fatal shootings in a span of 3 days. The police high command is warning perpetrators to expect the full brunt of the law in their efforts to restore calm to the city.

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Elder gunned down near Leslie Land

The scourge of gun related violence in the city centre has once again reared its ugly face and within the space of a few days, St. Lucia has recorded 3 homicides thus far for 2015. A brazen mid morning shooting reportedly in the Leslie Land area, has left a resident …

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NYC extols Youth Parliament

The National Youth Council [NYC] along with the Ministry of Youth & Sports recognizes the month of April as Youth Month. NYC President Louise Victor explained to HTS News Force on Thursday that this month’s focus will target youth leadership at the secondary school level. Chronic youth unemployment is also …

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Professional Development Day

Educators in St. Lucia have taken time-out to observe Professional Development Day. Teachers from the Dame Pearlette Louisy Primary School on Thursday gathered at the Palm Haven Hotel to hone their skills to improve teaching practices and stay current with changes related to teaching and learning.

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Police Welfare Association meeting postponed

The Police Welfare Association’s highly anticipated annual general meeting was postponed due to poor attendance at the police auditorium on Tuesday. The president says that the lackluster turnout is symptomatic of the domestic struggles of the organization and the dark cloud of the IMPACS report.

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Secondary Schools Nutrition ads prize-giving

The Ministries Of Health, Education, and Agriculture collaborated with various secondary schools across the island on a nutrition advertisement competition. The competition seeks to generate awareness among secondary school students on the negative effects of excess sugar on the body and develop ways to communicate the message to their peers.

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BOSL employees take strike action

Employees at one of the country’s largest financial services provider –Bank of Saint Lucia, a subsidiary of East Caribbean Financial Holding Company [ECFH] on Tuesday downed their tools and walked off the job. Bargaining agent the National Workers Union [NWU] says the impasse was due to management’s apparent last minute …

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