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KING TOURS HIA CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SITE

The St. Lucia Air And Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) hosted its first official visit to the on-going construction works at the Hewannora Re-development project. The visit accorded minster for infrastructure, Stephenson King and his team, a first-hand look at the level of progress on the major development.

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MAN HELPS NAB SUSPECT WHO ROBBED STUDENT GRANDSON

A man suspected of carrying out the robbery of a Bocage secondary school student has been arrested. Quick work by the grand-father of the robbery victim Michael flood, resulted in the suspect’s arrest and the return of the mobile phone.

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LUCELEC DONATES VITAL EQUIPMENT TO COVID-19 FIGHT

Saint Lucia’s sole power company -the St. Lucia electricity services limited (LUCELEC), continues to play its part in the fight against the covid-19 pandemic. The utility recently donated over a hundred thousand dollars in equipment to the Ezra Long laboratory to ensure the continuation of vital diagnostic tests for covid-19.

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WHO WARY OF GROWING VACCINE DISPARITY

The World Health Organization (WHO) is stating its concern over the growing gap between rich and poor nations as it relates to access to the covid-19 vaccine. The who fears that the failure of poorer nations to protect their citizens from the virus may have serious implications for lives and …

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RAISE YOUR VOICE HELPS REMODEL RSLPF’S VPU FACILITY

Raise your voice St. Lucia on Wednesday handed over a refurbished counselling and de-briefing room to the vulnerable persons unit of the royal St. Lucia police force. The newly renovated room looks to create a relaxing environment for victims of trauma, abuse and gender-based crimes.

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COULD JOACHIM HENRY BE FACING CHARGES IN CHURCH ROW

The police investigators probing the complaint against Joachim Henry and his wife, were scheduled to question the couple on Wednesday for their involvement in the Forestiere Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath service disruption. The high profile matter has been the subject of much discussion on the nation’s radio and television programmes. …

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DEPUTY TOP COP APOLOGIZES FOR SPATE OF ARMED ROBBERIES

Law enforcement has promised to intensify police operations, after an audacious armed robbery in the heart of Castries on Tuesday. Four gun wielding men, held up an establishment on high street, Castries, escaping with thousands of dollars in cash and valuables and staff and customers traumatized.

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