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ST. JUDE HOSPITAL INDUSTRIAL ROW RESOLVED

Staff members at the St. Jude hospital at the George Odlum stadium have scored a major victory in the long-standing industrial relations row with management. The surprising development comes on the heels of protest action last week over a host of issues, including poor working conditions and wages.

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SUICIDE ON CHISEL STREET

Authorities are investigating a suspicious death in Castries on Thursday. Police are probing the suspected death by suicide of a young man on Thursday June 3rd 2021. The deceased who suffered with mental illness was also reportedly struggling with suicidal thoughts. His family and loved ones now struggle to come …

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MAN GUNNED DOWN IN VANARD EARLY FRIDAY MORNING

One man is dead following an early morning shooting on Friday June 4th in Vanard, Jacmel. Family and friends of the deceased, who are shocked and shaken by the deadly shooting, say they are un-aware why the young man was targeted.

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ARMED BANDITS POUNCE ON BLIND DIRECTOR AND FAMILY-

The director of the blind welfare association is crediting divine intervention after the attempted robbery of he and his family at gunpoint by bandits this week. Anthony Avril who is counting his blessings has no love lost for the criminal elements.

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THE MICOUD NORTH CONSTITUENCY SPEAKS

Micoud north has never wavered in its support for the united workers party. But could an independent candidate buck the trend of successive elections in the rural heartland. Michael St. Catherine who is running for the coveted seat thinks so. HTS New4orce put that question to some Micoud north voters …

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SLP VOWS TO COMPLETE MAJOR PROJECTS

Questions abound about the future of a number of projects with the election cycle in full-swing. However, the opposition St. Lucia Labor Party has given assurances, that capital projects which serve the best interest of Saint Lucia, will not be put on hold, should the slp emerge victorious at the …

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