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December 10th 2015 Cop 21-Three Rich Nations Consent

France has become the hub of climate change talks and with three rich nations recently agreeing to the 1.5 degrees Celsius cap on greenhouse gas emissions, small states are hoping to land more endorsements in a bid to secure what representatives say is their survival. HTS’s Alison Kentish has the …

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December 9th Sports With Kenson Casimir

Coming up in sports Survivors survive a massive come back from Chesters to be the first team to make it to a final under lights in the Mabouya Valley, the Dennery Village continue preparations for their national day sports extravaganza and who will make it to the final of the …

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December 9th 2015 CFL Arc Presentation

All of the yachts in the arc have now arrived in St. Lucia. now in its 30th year, the arc, organized by world cruising club, is an important annual event for St. Lucia. it has the full backing of the St. Lucia tourist board and the government, as well as …

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December 8th 2015 House Saga Over Guarantees Continues

There was more partisan bickering in the house of assembly on Tuesday with both sides of the aisle in a pitch battle on loan guarantees. The Castries south east MP was once again at the centre of the dispute as the finance minister sought authorization to guarantee four road rehabilitation …

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December 7th 2015 Mental Health In Focus

Meanwhile, a Professsional is seeking to help Saint Lucia with the suicide issue. The Sir Arthur Lewis community college hosted a mental health workshop to equip community workers with the tools to handle suicide cases in the workplace and wider community.

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December 7th 2015 SLP Unveils 3 Candidates For 2016/17 Race

Leader of the ruling Saint Lucia Labor PARTY, Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony has unveiled three new candidates to contest the next general elections on an SLP ticket. The announcement was made at the SLP’S annual conference of delegates at the Philip Marcellin ground in Vieux Fort on Sunday, which …

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December 7th 2015 Arthur Offers Advice On Fiscal Adjustments

Former prime minister of Barbados Owen Arthur has advised the Saint Lucia Labor Party administration not to give into to calls to remove the value added tax (Vat). Arthur, who delivered the feature address at the SLP’S conference of delegates on Sunday, spoke extensively on the fiscal and economic challenges …

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December 4th 2015 Sports With Kenson Casimir

Coming up in Sport St. Lucia Invitational Bodybuilding and Fitness Classic set to commence throughout the island, 30n3 basketball to be held on the boulevard this weekend and a FIFA official believes that the Football Association has the capacity to take beach football to a high level in the region.

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