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MAN SHOT IN HEAD DURING DENNERY VALLEY J’OUVERT ACTIVITIES

St Lucia recorded another homicide, with a shooting death on Saturday  morning in the Dennery valley. The fatal incident happened during the community j’ouvert festivities.  According to preliminary reports the man was at the j’ouvert jump up when a man walked up to him with a gun and shot him …

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LEVERN SPENCER WINS GOLD FOR SAINT LUCIA

Via SaintLuciaTimes Saint Lucia’s Levern Spencer who successfully defended her high jump title at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, has declared that she is happy to have struck gold again for her country. Spencer cleared a height of 1.87m to capture the gold medal on Thursday. “It’s a …

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CLARKE STREET FIRE ENGULFS SEVERAL BUSINESSES

The business section of upper Clarke street, Vieux Fort was on alert Thursday afternoon, following a fire in the building housing wet and cold enterprises and other businesses. The fire service had to be at the top of its game in order minimize the damage.  

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FACEBOOK MAKES BIG CHANGES TO WHATSAPP AND INSTAGRAM

[Via TheInformation.com, BusinessTech.com] In a big shift, Facebook plans to signal its control of Instagram and WhatsApp by adding its name to both apps, according to three people familiar with the matter. The social network will rebrand the apps to “Instagram from Facebook” and “WhatsApp from Facebook,” the people said. …

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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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