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Senior shot and wounded in botched robbery

A 62-year-old Bexon man is in stable condition after being shot on Thursday night. According to police, the man known as ‘Moy’ was hurt during an attempted robbery of a young man from the Bexon community.

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Agri-Business Development Meeting

The National Farmers Agriculture Business Cooperative met this week to discuss action plans for the quarter. The highlight of the meeting however, was the ratification of the by-laws of the cooperative.

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Red Unlimited Carnival portrayal launch

Despite heavy rainfall last Saturday, the Red Unlimited Carnival team produced a stellar event to launch their portrayal for Saint Lucia Carnival 2015. The carnival band, famous for daring and creative costume designs took to the stage at Samaans Park with the Ying Yang theme.

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Castries Wellness Center closure extended

The Ministry of Health has announced an extension to the closure of the Castries Wellness Centre. The doors of the health care facility will remain closed until Saturday April 25th, 2015. Services there have been shifted to other institutions due to an increase in violent crime, including two killings along …

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Chastanet welcomes US-Cuba DÉTENTE

As the world watched in sheer disbelief at the now famous handshake between Cuban President Raul Castro and US President Barrack Obama, holiday makers are relishing the opportunity to visit the once forbidden island in the Caribbean. This has raised concerns about what effect the increase in visitor arrivals to …

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Laborie to honor Ambassador

The people of St. Lucia continue to pay homage to the late Dr. Keith St. Aimee with an outpouring of tributes. Now the Laborie Cooperative Credit Union will hold a special activity in memory of the career diplomat.

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Babonneau Dental Clinic

The Ministry of Health collaborated with various dental organizations to host a dental camp in Babonneau for over 60 primary school students. The camp endeavoured to encourage appreciation of teeth among students and educate them on proper dental hygiene care.

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Tinkering plans for JAZZ at SALCC

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College is gearing up to host their second Jazz concert. This year, SALCC aims to engage other students from district 4 in the festival in an attempt to expose them to Jazz music.

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S.T.A.R.T to host crucial meeting

The St. Lucia Association of Registered Tents (START) is scheduled to host a meeting for all calypso and soca tents on Saturday April 18th at the RC Boy’s School. The aim of the meeting is to discuss production techniques for the approaching 2015 calypso season.

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