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BTC protest detention of murder suspect

The lone juvenile detention facility here – the Boys Training Centre [BTC] in Massade, Gros Islet is again under the microscope after staff on Thursday walked-off the job amid safety concerns. The move has prompted the intervention of the Ministry Of National Security. Details reaching HTS News4orce indicate that a …

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Vide Bouteille celebrates Cinco de Mayo

Faculty and students at the Vide Bouteille Secondary School staged a special assembly to mark the observance of the Mexican holiday. The celebration highlighted Spanish heritage in a bid to persuade students to appreciate foreign culture.

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Mainstage Jazz stage Media Walkthrough

The 2015 St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival is into the home-stretch. On Wednesday, executive producers of the Award-winning event – the St. Lucia Tourist Board gave the media houses a tour of the revamped main stage at the Pigeon Island National Landmark.

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Surviving the Flames

On Tuesday, the nation paused in shock from one the most horrific fire tragedies in recent memory. Two young children along with their mother perished in a house fire at Chase Gardens in Castries. The grandmother and father of the two boys – the only survivors, narrowly escaped before flames …

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Strike at Blu Hotel

Amid of one of the busiest periods for hoteliers, staff at a resort in the north of St. Lucia seized the opportunity to demand the resolution of drawn out wage issues.

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Smaller crowd but Fond D’or Jazz endures

The substantial growth of the St. Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival has resulted in the emergence of strong community based events. Soufriere, Marigot and Monchy are reaping the benefits with their own concerts. However, the organizers of Fond D’or Jazz who have praised benevolent corporations are concerned about private sector …

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News Directors confab on “Threats”

The Media Association of St. Lucia convened talks on Tuesday with the media elite on the appropriate course of action to mitigate increasing perceived threats against journalists, news editors and talk show hosts.

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Dry spell worsens with Wet Season imminent

St. Lucia’s Water Resource Management Agency is urging the public to practice water conservation as St. Lucia’s worst dry spell in recent years continues, despite the prospect of the rainy season on the horizon.

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MASL President worried about Press freedom

On the heels of world press freedom day, the Media Association of St. Lucia says the rights of journalists are under threat. The claims come following allegations made by a government minister at a political rally on the alleged ‘questionable’ practices by news editors and reporters.

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Frank Norville laid to rest

Cultural icon and music pioneer Frank Norville was laid to rest following a funeral service at the Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Castries on Saturday. The ceremony resembled a state funeral, as scores from St. Lucia’s music and cultural fraternity turned out to celebrate the life and work …

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