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HTS Mass Fever

HTS Mass Fever previews the upcoming Carnival activities featuring the bands, Carnival queen contestants, costumes, calypsos, steel bands and much more..

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The Laborie MP’s Lone House Debate

Laborie MP Alva Baptiste says the Allen Chastanet administration is not doing right by St. Lucia’s farmers, fishers or people of the south. In his presentation to the house on Tuesday June 20th, Baptiste rapped the government for pronouncements on the marketing board and fish marketing corporation. He said the …

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PM On Fate Of Marketing Board

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet disclosed that he was awaiting a report on the review of the Saint Lucia Fish Marketing and National Printing Corporation, to determine the future of the two entities. He was speaking at the pre-cabinet media conference on Monday. According to the prime minister, based on assessments, …

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Pierre On Meeting With PWA

Leader of the opposition, PHILIP J. PIERRE says his meeting with the police welfare association (PWA) was very good. President of the association, Travis Chicot revealed that the officers would be sitting down with the opposition leader, to discuss the IMPACS report, crime and promotions in the force. The force …

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National Carnival Queen Whistle Stop

The National Carnival Queen Pageant Committee is gearing up for the 2017 national queen pageant. Last weekend, the contestants participated in a whistle-stop through the city circuit, which came to a halt at the bay-walk mall in Rodney Bay.

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Man Wounded In Bois D’orange Drive By Shooting

Authorities are investigating a drive-by shooting incident in Bois D’orange, Gros Islet, which left one man nursing a gunshot wound on Tuesday morning. According to initial reports, the victim was injured after assailants opened fire on him in close proximity to the gas station in Bois D Orange.

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PM Weighs-In On Crime Stats

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says he is concerned about the level of crime and violence in the country. Speaking to reporters outside the house of assembly on Tuesday, the government leader said while some of his administration’s investments in improving the justice system are paying off, there is much work …

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