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The stark reality of kidney disease in Saint Lucia

A local kidney specialist says the dialysis situation in Saint Lucia remains dire. Consultant nephrologist Dr. Merle Clarke spoke to HTS News4orce on Monday concerning the numbers of people undergoing treatment for kidney disease in St. Lucia.

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Police investigate suspected suicide at Corinth

Police are investigating the suspected suicide of a middle-aged man on the weekend. While the circumstances surrounding the suspicious death are still murky, this is the latest incident in a long-standing trend over the years of males in Saint Lucia taking their lives.

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Joseph insists there were no approved plans for St.Jude

Minister for Economic Development Guy Joseph says he is ashamed to be associated with a St. Lucian government, which allowed the St. Jude Hospital project to be approved as is. Note: a previous version of this report stated, ‘Joseph insists there were approved plans for St.Jude’ and has been corrected …

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PM On DSH Delays

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says the government is in the process of sorting out the hiccups associated with completing phase one of the controversial DSH development. During Thursday’s extraordinary press conference covering a range of topics, the nation’s leader lambasted one of St. Lucia’s referral agencies over what he says …

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PM Updates Media On Key Projects

Consideration is being given to private entities to manage certain operations at the newly built Owen King EU General Hospital. This was confirmed by Prime Minister Allen Chastanet at special media conference on Thursday.

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Call For Dominica Aid To Be Expedited

There have been mixed reactions by Dominicans to the distribution of relief supplies to the hurricane ravaged nature isle. The HTS News 4orce team has been visiting Dominica over the past week.  

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Sandals Donates To Nature Isle

The Saint Lucia chain of sandals resorts international has been doing their part in providing relief to the tens of thousands of Dominicans affected by the category 5 storm. HTS News 4orce accompanied sandals regional public relations manager Sunil Ramdeen onboard the flying ray, as they sailed to the nature …

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