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NWU Update On VH Sterilizing Unit

All is well once again at the sterilization unit of St. Lucia’s primary medical institution. Operations returned to normal on Tuesday following an industrial relations incident on Monday.

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HTS News Preview August 23rd 2017

Tonight Chilean President to pay official visit to Saint Lucia & the National Workers Union calls for a shake up in the administration of the Victoria Hospital. Join us tonight after CPL action for more during the HTS NewsForce.

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PM Confirms Concessions To DSH

“Nothing extraordinary has been given to the DSH developers” That’s according to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet in response to questions about a leaked cabinet conclusion approving tax-free incentives for the initial stages of the us 2.6-billion-dollar project.

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Solar Eclipse Piques Curiosity

Some Saint Lucians on Monday joined millions around the world viewing a rare life-time event. Sometime after 3pm, the skies went tinted, as a solar eclipse captured the attention of many, who looked up in awe.

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HTS Sports – Kliuvert Mitchel Wins 75km Cycling Race

17 year old Kluivert Mitchel Sprinted to Victory in 75km Road Cycle Race held on Sunday August 20th 2017. The race route of 25 km between Ravine Poison and Owen King Hospital Roundabout started and finished near the Sol Bexon Gas Station. 11 riders started the race at 8:54am with …

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Fedee Dismisses Concessions Queries

The Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister with responsibility for tourism has dismissed questions from the media regarding alleged concessions to be granted to a local hotel chain.

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Stabbing Incident At Bordelais Correctional Facility

An inmate, at the Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) is nursing injuries after a stabbing incident at the penal complex on Saturday. Reports indicate that Emmerson Dornelly and another inmate identified as Junior Duncan were involved in a squabble at the delta unit-the maximum-security section. Dornelly was rushed to the St. …

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