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LUCELEC On Stay Wires

Saint Lucia’s sole power company the Saint Luca electricity services limited is explaining the purpose of a stay wire structure. This comes in the wake of the suspected death by electrocution of a man in Choiseul on the weekend.

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Green Party Opposes Dolphin Park

The Lucian Green Party has joined the list of organizations and citizens that strongly opposed the Dolphinarium at Pigeon point in the north and the causeway to the Maria Islands in the south. Chairperson Andre De Caires says that the founder of the park intended it to be for all …

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Missing Senior Citizen Found Dead

A missing senior citizen from Laborie who was reported missing over a week ago has been found dead. Residents of Laborie found 74-year-old Edmund Crick lying face down in a river on Sunday.

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Suspected Electrocution In Choiseul

And law enforcement is investigating a suspected electrocution of a man in Choiseul on the weekend. The victim who has been identified by law enforcement officials is reportedly from Palmiste, Soufriere.

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SALCC Pays Homage To Bideau

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and the Venezuelan embassy are making plans to mark the Bicentennial death of jean Baptiste Bideau. This week, the institution made a presentation on the life of Bideau to raise awareness about his achievements.

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Top Cop Re-Assures Public On Crime Fight

Amid grim homicide numbers, the high command of the royal Saint Lucia police force is assuring the public that no effort is being spared to secure the nation’s streets. Re-double efforts to arrest offenders and disrupt criminal plots, acting commissioner of police Milton Desir warns that a cultural shift is …

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VFCCCC Hosts Another Anti-DSH March

The Vieux Fort concerns citizens coalition for change held another demonstration in protest over the mega DSH pearl of the Caribbean Development Project. The interest group marched through the streets of Vieux Fort and the areas earmarked for the large-scale development. They were joined by two opposition MP’s who have …

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Windward Islands Debating Competition

Sir Arthur Lewis Community College students are gearing up for the first Windward Islands debating competition in March. The students will face three other community colleges from Dominica, Saint Vincent and Grenada. The contest seeks to develop critical thinking skills and nurture responsible citizens.

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Hess Young Leaders Plant Garden

Members of the Leon Hess Young Leaders group are helping the homeless, through agriculture. The group is planting a school garden for those residents at the St. Lucy’s home in Marchand, Castries.

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