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DONATION TO PAVEE FIRE VICTIMS

Cox and company limited has come to the aid of the victims of a recent fire at Pavee, Castries. The firm donated food hampers to a family which lost their abode to a blaze at the turn of the new year. According to the chief operations officer, Catherine cooper, the …

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MORE CARNAGE ON SAINT LUCIA ROADWAYS

The motoring public has come under scrutiny once more, following an accident in the Ravine Poisson are; early Wednesday Morning. Video has reached the desks of the HTS News force, showing mangled metal and emergency officials ripping their way into the vehicle to save the life of the driver.

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CORONAVIRUS DECLARED GLOBAL HEALTH EMERGENCY

(Via BBC)   “The main reason for this declaration is not what is happening in China but what is happening in other countries,” said WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. The concern is that it could spread to countries with weaker health systems. The death toll is now at 170 in …

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SCHOOL DISASTER SHELTER TRAINING AMID JAMAICA QUAKE

The topic of schools as emergency shelters was in sharp focus at a training workshop for school administrators in district 2 in Saint Lucia. Facilitators and participants say the exercise is timely given the massive 7.7 magnitude earthquake which jolted Jamaica on Tuesday January 28th 2020.

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PRAYER VIGIL IN MEMORY OF THE LATE VICTOR MAURICE

Loved ones will hold a prayer vigil in memory of the late Victor Maurice. The councillor died at hospital in Martinique, just two months after he was shot and wounded near his balata residence by an unknown gunman who remains at large. Organizers say they want the vigil to be …

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PWA PRESIDENT ACCUSES TRUST OF STALLING WORK ON HQ

Police welfare president Travis Chicot says the St. Lucia national trust is standing in the way of the men and women in law enforcement receiving a much-needed police headquarters. The building earmarked to be used as headquarters is the site of an old prison ground, that is being protected with …

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PWA PRESIDENT ACCUSES TRUST OF STALLING WORK ON HQ

Police welfare president Travis Chicot says the St. Lucia national trust is standing in the way of the men and women in law enforcement receiving a much-needed police headquarters. The building earmarked to be used as headquarters is the site of an old prison ground, that is being protected with …

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INVEST SAINT LUCIA&ITELBPO INK M O U

A memorandum of understanding with regional BPO Company Itelbpo was signed by Invest St. Lucia on Wednesday 29th January. The linkage looks to solidify the island as a premier location for the lucrative outsourcing industry. The first phase roll out of the company looks to employee 200 individuals for their …

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