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SUSPECTED SUICIDE IN MICOUD OVER THE WEEKEND

HTS News4orce does not normally cover cases of suspected suicide. However, there concern that such incidents may be on the rise and there is the need to alert the public of the availability of help in case someone may be having such thoughts. This comes as a man of Micoud …

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UPDATE; ONE MAN CHARGED IN PAVEE HOMICIDE

Police investigators have made a major breakthrough in the investigations into the July 20th fatal shooting at Pavee. About four men – among them two teenagers were at a bar at Pavee during the early morning of Saturday 20th July, when a lone assailant armed with a gun and walked …

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TUF ALLEGES GNT HAS NOT KEPT UP THEIR END OF THE DEAL

The Trade Union Federation (TUF) is accusing the Government Negotiating Team (GNT) of not acting in good faith in their recent rounds of negotiating. The TUF alleges that the GNT has sought to change the agreement to its advantage. According to the TUF, just at the point when the parties …

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NORTH KOREA FIRES MULTIPLE PROJECTILES OFF ITS EAST COAST

[BBC News – July 30th 2019]: – North Korea has fired multiple unidentified projectiles off its east coast, South Korea’s military is quoted as saying by Yonhap news agency. The launch was made from the Hodo peninsula on Wednesday morning local time, South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) says, according …

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SLHTA DISCUSSES VIRGIN ATLANTIC PULL OUT FROM ST LUCIA

St. Lucia’s tourism industry is in damage control mode in its efforts to lessen the fallout from the Virgin Atlantic notice of service withdrawal. On Saturday the minister for tourism Dominic Fedee met in closed session with tourism officials, hoteliers and other industry insiders, to update them on the situation …

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“GOODBYE SAINT LUCIA !” ; VIRGIN ATLANTIC

St. Lucia tourism officials were on Friday scampering to deal with the announcement by Virgin Atlantic, that it would cease its Gatwick to Hewanorra service by June 2020. The decision is expected to be a significant setback for St. Lucia’s tourism product.  

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OPPOSITION WEIGHS IN ON VIRGIN ATLANTIC EXIT FROM SLU

The opposition St. Lucia Labour Party addressed the issue of the Virgin Atlantic withdrawal of service at Friday’s press conference. The opposition says it is a sad day for St. Lucia, and the news speaks to the need for the government to be guarded in its projections, particularly when it comes …

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