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MEDIA WORKER STRICKEN WITH COVID BEGS PUBLIC TO TAKE JAB

Media worker Hamilton Gregory says he is fighting for his life after contracting covid-19. He is sharing his story as he gasps for every breath of life laid up in a hospital bed. The message to fellow citizens is clear – get vaccinated to reduce the chances of infection and …

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NEMO ON DAMAGE CAUSED BY TROPICAL WAVE

Heavy rains from a tropical wave caused untold damage in some parts of Saint Lucia on the weekend. Families and individuals were displaced due to Land-slides triggered by incessant showers associated with the system. The national emergency management organization (NEMO) is providing support to the affected families and victims, as …

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FLOOD WARNING ISSUED, ANOTHER TROPICAL WAVE ON THE WAY

There will be no respite from the rains at the start of the week with more showers in the forecast. The Saint Lucia met services has issued a flood warning for saint lucia for Monday and Tuesday, as another tropical wave bears down on the lesser Antilles.

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ST. LUCIA RED CROSS SUPPORTING HAITI RELIEF EFFORTS

The Saint Lucia Red Cross is doing its part in supporting the relief efforts in Haiti in the wake of a massive earthquake. the country has been reeling from the effects of twin disasters, following the assassination of its president and the tremor.

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FEMALE FOOTBALLERS LEAVE FOR CFU CONTEST

The St. Lucia football association is embarking on a project to get more females involved in the sport. The association is set to meet with women football coordinators in august to get the ball rolling on the initiative.

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NWU WITHDRAWS ULTIMATUM IN SECURE SAINT LUCIA IMPASSE

The National Workers Union has scrapped a 14-day ultimatum issued to the management of secure St. Lucia. The trade union is now looking forward to cordial dialogue with the company on the well being of staff, given a flare up in violence in the south of Saint Lucia.

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