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Courts and Lensyl Donate to St Lucy’s Home

PRESS RELEASE:-Local furniture and electrical superstore Courts, has partnered with Regional Furniture supplier Lensyl Products Limited once again to donate fifteen brand new mattresses to the residents  of the St Lucy’s home, Cornerstone and Villa St Joseph respectively. Courts Team along with representative from Lensyl at Cornerstone This donation forms …

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Mary Francis Says Stop Crime Not Lives

A local Human Rights Advocate wants authorities to stop crime and not lives. Mary Francis’ call is in keeping with the theme for the 2017 observance of world day against the death penalty – “poverty and justice a deadly mix”. The attorney is continuing her crusade to have the death …

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SMHAT Mental Health Day Walk

The Spartan Health Science University commemorated World Mental Health Day with its annual walk. Medical students walked from the campus grounds to the Scotia Bank parking lot. This year, the university wants mental health patients to realize that that they can still survive and thrive in society in spite of …

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Dominica – Relief, Recovery, Rebuilding

A little over three weeks after Dominica was hit by the full-force of category 5 Hurricane Maria, the country is preparing for a shift from relief to recovery. A major part of that process involves bringing food and housing supplies to Dominica’s 72,000 residents. An HTS news team is back …

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Ravine Touterelle Family Concerned About their Home

One Ravine Touterelle family is seeking urgent intervention from authorities to save their home of many years. They say their residence is precariously perched on riverbank and is one the verge of slipping into the waterway following the recent heavy rains associated with the very active hurricane season.  

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Stop Slandering My Name

A fisherman from Laborie is pleading with local residents to stop at their attempts to malign him. Sixtus “Tig” Clerice claims attempts to besmirch his character is beginning to have a negative impact on his reputation and his ability to make a living as a fisherman.

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SLP SLAMS UWP POLICIES AT DELEGATES CONFERENCE

The Saint Lucia Labor Party (SLP) is making a case to return to the seat of power. The Main Opposition party decried the policies of the ruling UWP during the open session of the 2017 annual Conference of Delegates at the Beanfield Secondary School. The SLP leader Philip J. Pierre …

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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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