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TRAFFIC COPS TO NATION’S SPEED LIMITS

The traffic department of the royal St. Lucia police force has issued a warning to the motoring public amid the spate of deadly motor-bike crashes on Saint Lucia’s roadways. Law officers

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The family of the motor-cyclist who perished on the millennium highway on Monday is struggling to come to terms with his death. Quain Montoute died after a road collision about 4:20 pm on Monday. His cousin, Socca artiste, Lance Montoute during an interview with HTS News4orce on Tuesday, says the …

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MOTORCYCLIST DIES IN MILLENNIUM HIGHWAY CRASH

The family of the motor-cyclist who perished on the millennium highway on Monday is struggling to come to terms with his death. Quain Montoute died after a road collision about 4:20 pm on Monday. His cousin, Socca artiste, lance Montoute during an interview with HTS News4orce on Tuesday, says the …

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WOMAN FOUND IN A POOL OF BLOOD

A woman was found unconscious at her residence in new village, castries, on tuesday. Alarms were raised when neighbors noticed they had not seen the woman in a few days. One neighbor scaled the side of the her apartment to gain entry. What he found inside, is a cautionary reminder, …

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PLANNING OFFICIALS ADDRESS QUEEN’S CHAIN CONCERNS

Officials at the ministry of physical planning took to the airwaves on the weekend in a bid to set the record straight on the queen’s chain. It comes amid a fire-storm of controversy over the recent decision by cabinet to lease the queen’s chain to CABOT Saint Lucia for a …

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MILTON DESIR PROCEEDS ON PRE RETIREMENT LEAVE FROM RSLPF

Monday was the last day on the job at the helm of the police force for acting commissioner Milton Desir who is retiring from public service. The veteran police officer who is calling it a career, after many years in the law enforcement agency is set to proceed on pre-retirement …

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SMC MARKS SUCCESSFUL OPENING ON FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

The St. Mary’s college has given assurances that protocols are in place for the new academic year, as the boys return to school for class room instruction. According to principal Don Howell, the back to school effort was no easy feat.

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