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SOCIAL SERVICES INVESTIGATE CHILD GANJA VIDEO

Police commissioner Milton Desir is reportedly investigating a shocking video of very young children smoking marijuana at what early reports suggest is a location in the south of Saint Lucia. National security minister Hermangild Francis made this disclosure during an interview with the press on Thursday.

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T&T NATIONAL SHOT DEAD ON CASTRIES STREET

Another young life has been lost to gun violence. Trinidad and Tobago national, Damian Harris was shot dead while seated in a car on a Castries street during the curfew hours of Wednesday night. Stanley Lucien begins our reporting on the latest chapter in the never-ending saga of episodic violence. …

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DOCK WORKERS OUTRAGE AFTER UNION ELECTIONS DELAYED

Stevedore’s represented by the St. Lucia seamen, waterfront and general workers trade union are irate over the cancellation of elections to appoint a new executive of the trade union. The stevedores are demanding answers following allegations of a rigged process.

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GOV’T BORROWS MORE MONEY FOR COVID 19 RELIEF

Prime minister Allen Chastanet claims the us $30 million dollar loan from the international development association is not new borrowing. Word last week that the government was heading to parliament for the approval of more loans to fund covid-19 relief and finance the operations of government raised a few eyebrows. …

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GOV’T NEGOTIATING PRICE FOR RSL ARCHIVE

Broadcast minister Dominic Fedee says the government remains committed to ensuring the preservation of the nation’s archives. Fedee was responding questions of what will become of the now defunct radio St. Lucia’s archives in the wake of an unsettling viral video.

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