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ANOTHER SUICIDE HITS LABORIE

42-year-old Gillian Charlemagne of la grace, Laborie has reportedly died by suicide. The carpenter by trade was found by his brother a few minutes before 3pm Friday December 20th 2019. Preliminary reports indicate that the victim was struggling with mental health issues. Another Laborie resident, 41 year old mc Kenis …

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MOTORISTS RESPOND TO NEW LANE

HTS News4orce spoke to a number of mini-bus operators who are split on the newly opened lane on the Castries to Gros Islet dual carriage-way. While some motorists and commuters breathe a sigh of relief, others argue that the problem of traffic congestion is far from resolved.

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VOYAGERS RELOCATES FOLLOWING GREAT FIRE

The voyager convenience store has resumed operations less than a month after fire ravaged the Adjodha building. The manager says faithful customers have shown their support, and business is picking up at the establishment’s new location.

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MOURNERS PAY TRIBUTE TO CARNIVAL LEGEND

The artistic fraternity in Saint Lucia has lost another pioneer. Master carnival costume creator Michael “Danny” marshal who past away this month was given a send-off filled with glowing tributes. However, despite the effusive praise, friends and family bemoan the lack of appreciation for his work while he was among …

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DECOMPOSED DEAD BODY FOUND IN BABONNEAU

Police are investigating the discovery of a decomposed male body in the island’s north. The grisly discovery was said to be made in a busy area of Babonneau early Thursday. Now due to the graphic details of this report, viewer discretion is advised.  

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DARREN SAMMY HAND DELIVERS CHRISTMAS HAMPERS

Cricketer and philanthropist Daren Sammy is giving back to families across Saint Lucia this Christmas. As we first reported, the ‘bring back smiles’ campaign is in its 4th edition, and has grown from previous years. On Thursday the former west indies cricket captain and members of his foundation, fanned out …

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TOCO TEACHES JOB SEEKERS HOW TO DRESS FOR SUCCESS

They often cry outreach – a us based not for profit organization founded by Saint Lucian artist, Taj Weekes, is continuing its mission to improve the lives of the underprivileged. The most recent effort involved the facilitation of a professionalism workshop. Residents of the Micoud community received coaching and advice …

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1ST NATIONAL BANK ACQUIRES RBC OPERATIONS

Saint Lucia’s 1st indigenous bank is continuing on its goal of expanding its operations to improve the lives of both staff and the general public. 1st national bank has entered into an agreement to purchase royal bank of Canada (RBC) banking operations in Saint Lucia.

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