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November 16th Sports With Kenson Casimir

Coming up in sports, sporting development continues in district two, this time in track and field the St. Lucia’s women’s football team struggle in Trinidad and One team has already qualified for the final eight of the veterans competition.

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November 16th 2015 French Embassy Mourns

The French ambassador to saint Lucia Eric De La Moussaye led a minute of silence on Monday at twelve noon. It was held to honour the lives lost in the terrorist attack on Paris, France on Friday November 13th. The ambassador says “by this attitude we maintain that we will …

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November 14th 2015 Chastanet Gets 3rd Term At The Helm Of The UWP

The 39th annual convention of the united workers party took place on Sunday November 15th at the Gros Islet primary school. Over 300 delegates from each consistency cast their votes to elect an executive party that could lead the UWP into elections. The all-important convention saw Allen Chastanet emerge as …

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November 14th 2015 King Leaves Convention After Isaac’s Remarks

The UWP’S 39th convention on Sunday was not without its rows – and one erupted when Mary Isaac made what former Prime Minister Stephenson King says was an offensive comment directed at him. While speaking at the podium the UWP’S Castries south candidate said “there is no serving prime minister …

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November 14th 2015 ‘No Is No’ March Montage

Members of the public joined in a massive anti-abuse march through the streets of Castries on Saturday, calling for an end to rape, sexual abuse and gender-based violence. The awareness walk started at the Marchand playing field and ended at the Derek Walcott square. Organizers say the event is all …

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November 13th 2015 NYC Concerned About Sexual Assaults

The national youth council has offered words of support to victims of rape. President of the youth organization Louise Victor says she is appalled by the high incidence of rape and the starling number of victims for the year 2015 which stands at 58.

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November 11th Sports With Kenson Casimir

Coming up in sports the St. Lucia Football Association institutes its first aid training for affiliates. The International Masters Invitational cricket tournament bowled off at the MMP and the National Tennis Association is encouraged by the level of participation in this year’s Inter Schools tournament.

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November 12th 2015 Pm Outraged Over Sexual Assaults

Prime minister, Dr. Kenny Anthony is expressing outrage over the increase in reported cases of rape. In a sit-down with HTS news4orce on Thursday, Dr. Kenny said he believes that there are serial rapists at large – people who have no place in society.

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