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National Students Council on Book List

The National Youth Council says it is worried about the high price of school books. The organization is also adding its voice to the chorus of concerns over the availability of textbooks.

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Police awards ceremony

The royal St. Lucia police force conducted its latest promotion’s exercise. At the ceremony, 40 officers attained promotions to corporal, sergeant and inspector.

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Road repairs after fatal crash

A number of pot-holes were repaired on Wednesday, mere hours after a fatal accident on the Balata road. According to reports, the motor-cyclist was attempting to avoid a hole, which was dug up to facilitate public works. It should be noted that the motor-cyclist was not wearing any protective gear …

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Chopping incident at Chase Gardens

A 19 year-old man was viciously assaulted and hacked about the body by cutlass wielding bandits in the chase gardens community in Castries. Police responded to the chopping incident about 10:22 am on Thursday.

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NCA embarks on unique Soufriere project

In July, members of the national conservation authority (NCA) held a meeting with over 28 stakeholders. The purpose of the deliberations was to review a project proposal for a virtual tour for the town of Soufriere. The project seeks to improve the tourism experience and generate economic activity.

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Gros Islet town turns 30

The Gros Islet municipality marked its 30th anniversary of town-ship. Despite its high per capita income due to affluent suburbs, officials acknowledge that Gros Islet still lacks the features and characteristics of a true town. Some argue that the local government council needs more autonomy.

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The chicken slaughter mystery

A poultry farmer is up in arms over what he says is the unwanted slaughter of over 40 chickens. The livid business-man is crying foul over the entire incident which he claims has nefarious connotations.

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Dr. King remand justice update

The remand justice group says it is determined to bring about improvements in the pre-trial detention situation at the overcrowded Bordelais Correctional Facility. The front-man for the advocacy group says progress is being made, but the organization still has a long way to go to bring about positive change.

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Applying the anti-gang law

The Minister for National Security Philip La Corbiniere is addressing the challenges associated with implementing the anti-gang legislation. The law that was created to strategically address gang activity and ensure safe communities has been arguably poorly executed.

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