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Tribute to Sir Dunstan

The tributes continue to pour in for the late Sir Dunstan St. Omer. The body of the celebrated muralist and painter lay in state on Tuesday, as cultural and educational institutions host events in honour of his life and works.

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Another fatal Bexon road accident

A young father of 2 was pronounced dead at Victoria Hospital on Saturday night, shortly after his motor-cycle collided with a pick-up truck on the Bexon highway. This latest fatality on that thorough-fare has again sparked concerns about road safety. The victim’s girlfriend says the family is having a rough …

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1st National First Choice

1st National Bank has taken another step to advance its objective of getting more St. Lucians to become land-owners. A campaign called 1st Choice is promising a 48-hour approval on car and land loans and more affordable deals on land purchases.

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Courts donates to fire victims

Courts gave back to two families affected by the February Lastic Hill fire. The families whose homes were ravaged in the great blaze were recipients of beds, drawers and refrigerators.

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Substance Awareness video contest awards

The Vieux-Fort Comprehensive Secondary School recently hosted a video and poster competition. The competition sought to highlight the vital role of substance abuse prevention in both individuals and the community.

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SMC celebrates 125 years

The St. Mary’s College on Sunday held a special mass at the Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception to commemorate the storied school’s 125th anniversary. There is host of activities aimed at highlighting the school’s immeasurable contributions to St. Lucia’s development.

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Tribute to Tobias, five years on

It has been five years since famed Photo-Journalist Francis Tobias passed away. On Friday, two of his closest friends joined his son at his grave for a short ceremony to remember his legacy.

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The breadfruit tree gunplay?

Two men from Rose Hill, Castries allege a police official pulled a gun on them over a petty dispute. The men say the officer’s actions were uncalled for and the incident could have been settled in a civilized manner. They have taken their grievances to the police department.

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King breaks silence on IMPACS

Former Prime Minister Stephenson King is speaking out on operation restore confidence and his much talked about address to the nation on crime ahead of the radical crime fighting initiative. The Castries North MP addressed the issues in his contribution to the budget debate last week.

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Jazz on the Grass

The Marigot Secondary School launched their 3rd annual Jazz on the Grass activity on Thursday May 14th. The jazz activity attempts to raise awareness of the music culture.

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