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TOCO FOUNDATION DONATES FOOD ITEMS

They Often Cry Outreach (TOCO) foundation is continuing its drive to help those most in need during the covid-19 pandemic. The foundation gifted grocery items to distribute to various social clubs.

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DECAPITATED BODY FOUND IN LABORIE

The community of Laborie is searching for answers following the tragic discovery of a decapitated corpse on a hill overlooking the village. The disturbing find comes in the wake of the disappearance of a well known resident who has been missing for several days.

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ADRIAN AUGIER PRAISES KING’S INDEPENDENT RUN

Former independent senator, economist, dr. Adrian Augier is praising Stephenson king for demonstrating that the strangle-hold of the Two-party system can be broken. The economist who is supporting the former prime minister’s break with the united workers party, asserts that the time has come to look past the partisan divide.

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CAN THE UWP CLINCH VIEUX FORT NORTH?

Will this election see Vieux Fort north stray from the Saint Lucia Labor Party for the first time in Saint Lucia’s electoral history. UWP candidate Vincent London is looking to paint the SLP strong-hold yellow. However, the incumbent Moses “Musa” Jn Bapiste remains confident of re-election.

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CAMILLE HENRY TOPS LAST COMMON ENTRANCE EXAM-

The Camille Henry memorial school snatched four of the top 10 spots at this year’s common entrance examinations. The education ministry released the examination results on Wednesday, July 21st. This is the final year that the standardized test will be administered to determine a student’s choice of secondary school.  

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SOUTHERN SCHOOLS STRUGGLE IN COMMON ENTRANCE 2021

One student of the plain view combined school earned a place in the top 10 performers in the 2021 common entrance exams. Despite the achievement, education officials say a lot of work lies ahead in overcoming the setbacks of the covid-19 pandemic.

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SCHOOLS READY FOR NEW CPEA ASSESSMENT

Schools in Saint Lucia are set and ready to roll out the Caribbean Primary Education Exit Assessments (CPEA). That’s according to the president of the principals association, Valerie St Helen-Henry. HTS News4orce caught up with henry, following the release of the latest common entrance examination results. The CPEA will replace …

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SLP VS UWP MANIFESTO VISION FOR EDUCATION

The future public policy direction of Saint Lucia’s education sector will be at stake when thousands of voters head to the polls on Monday. Both main-stream political parties have promised to subsidize the cost of education for low to middle income households.

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UWP UNVIELS 2021 ELECTION MANIFESTO

The United Workers Party is promising unemployment benefits, monthly assistance for the needy and helping parents with school fees, if Re-elected at the polls. The ruling party launched its manifesto and finalized the slate of candidates for the July 26th polls with a marquee event in Gros Islet on Monday …

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