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Massy Gourmet Officially Re-Opens

Massy stores has officially reopened the doors to its gourmet branch. The re-structured store now offers 10 exciting services to customers, from a deli café to a butcher counter and salads. The gourmet branch also provides freshly packed seafood. Minister Responsible For Commerce Bradley Felix commended the supermarket chain for …

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PM on Hurricane Irma

Chairman of the OECS PM Allen Chastanet held an important meeting Tuesday as the OECS braces for the passage of hurricane Irma. PM Chastanet is spearheading a special response to a once in a lifetime storm.

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Delayed Start At Ave Maria Infant

After 2 months of vacation, parents and students returned to the Ave Maria girls primary school eager to commence the new academic term, only to find the building closed. According to officials, the opening was delayed due to a termite infestation. But, parents were not pleased with the postponement. Concerned …

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Damage Pipe Causes Flood At St.Jude Hospital

A busted pipe resulted in flooding and an interruption in the water supply to the east wing at St. Jude Hospital. Representatives at the medical institution say this is a chronic problem. Officials stress that it is imperative that the institution is moved from its current home at the national …

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Bread Van Slams into Pedestrian

A female pedestrian is nursing injuries after she was struck down by a bread van on Jn Baptiste Street in Castries on Monday. According to reports, the van plowed into the sidewalk, destroying guardrails before hitting the unsuspecting pedestrian. First responders from the fire service were deployed to the scene. …

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Sudden Death On Jeremie Street

The authorities are looking into the apparent sudden death of a senior citizen who was found slumped over near the La Clery bus stand on Monday morning. According to preliminary reports, the man believed to be in his 60’s had just emerged from the public restroom when he suddenly took …

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