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LIFELESS BODY DISCOVERED NEAR MALABAR BEACH

Those who were planning a day out at the beach near Malabar on Sunday, were confronted by a disturbing scene along the shore-line. Police were called to the area, following the discovery of the body of a man. Investigators are ruling his death suspicious, because of the signs of trauma …

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UP-SPIKE IN SHOOTINGS MAJOR CAUSE FOR CONCERN

The community of Pavee is under siege following the second fatal shooting in less than a week. So far six persons have been shot in the community over the past seven days – two of the shooting victims have died.  

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CHARRED REMAINS FOUND IN FIRE YET BE IDENTIFIED

A family of Talvern, Babonneau have an agonizing wait for confirmation on the charred remains of a body found in the rubble of a recent house fire. The family members are convinced that it is the body of their missing loved one. However, the police have launched an investigation and are awaiting …

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E-POLL JULY 22ND 2019

We want to know: Are community groups playing their part to help curb the upsurge in violent crime? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or WhatsApp to 584-4HTS. That’s (584-4487). For …

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SHOULD NIC BOARD RESIGN OVER CABOT PROJECT INVESTMENT ?

The president of the Organisation for National Empowerment (ONE) and former member of the National Insurance Corporation board Peter Alexander, is calling for the resignation of the entire National Insurance Corporation board. Alexander says the decision to grant the loan for the Cabot project goes against the NIC’s own rules. …

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RAS IPA CONTINUES TO HOLD POSITION OF PRESIDENT AFTER 26 YEARS

Peter “Ras Ipa” Issac was on the weekend re-elected to the post of president of the St. Lucia Craft and Dry Goods Association. Issac who is a combative campaigner for vendors, has often been at odds with the mayor of Castries – His Worship Peterson Francis. He has served as president …

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SENATOR BELROSE COMMENTS ON CARNIVAL 2019

The minister in the ministry of culture Senator Fortuna Belrose, has added her voice to the need for greater control of behavior during carnival. The conduct of revelers will be one of the matters under review during the post mortem of carnival.  

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