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PWA STANDS WITH EMBATTLED WPC

The Police Welfare Association Has Been Emphatic In Its Criticism Of The Minister For National Security Hermangild Francis In His Dispute With A Female Police Officer Who Turned Down His Call While On Duty At The Ferry Terminal. This Prompted Senator Francis To Lodge A Formal Complaint With The Office …

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VLADIMIR LUCIEN ON NAIPAUL PASSING

Award Winning Poet, Vladimir Lucien Says Vs Naipaul’s Contribution To Caribbean Literature Should Not Be Underestimated. Naipaul Who Passed On August 11th At His Home In London, Was The Winner Of The 2001 Nobel Prize For Literature. According To Lucien, Naipaul Who Was Not Constrained By Social Conventions, Has Left …

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CAR THEFTS ON THE RISE IN ST LUCIA

Still On The Police, The Sharp Rise In The Theft Of Vehicles Is Causing Much Distress To The Victims. The St. Lucia Police Force Has Established A Special Unit To Combat That Illicit Activity And Urges Vehicle Owners To Take Steps To Secure Their Property.

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The Matter Between The National Security Minister Hermangild Francis And The Female Police Officer Who Turned Down His Call, Has Attracted The Attention Of Some Former Senior Police Officers. Senator Francis Who Says He Was Only Trying To Assist, Lodged A Formal Complaint Against The Female Police Officer. However, All …

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SLNT YOUTH ENVIRONMENT FORUM CENTERS ON BUILDING RESILIENT COASTLINES

The Week-Long Environmental Forum In The South Of St. Lucia Has Come To An End. The Educational Programme For School Aged Children Was Organised By The National Trust. The Environmental Programme Exposed The Students To The Threats To St. Lucia’s National Environment With Emphasis On Building Coastal Resilience.

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SLTU ISSUE ULTIMATUM TO EDUCATION MINISTRY

The St. Lucia Teachers Union (SLTU) Has Issued A Deadline To The Ministry Of Education For The Long Outstanding Concerns Plaguing The College To Be Addressed By The Opening Of The New School Year. The SLTU Says It Is Frustrated With The Manner In Which Those Matters Have Been Handled.

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RUSSELL’S ROOFTOP GIVES BACK TO COMMUNITY

A Charity Event Organised By Russell’s Rooftop Has Raised Funds For Some Well-Deserved Organisations And Causes. The Event Which Featured Local And Regional Artistes Brought Together Several Groups, Working Together For The Purpose Of Charity  

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SLDHA TACKLES CHILDHOOD OBESITY

Obesity Among Children Is A Growing Concern For Health Care Workers And Organisations. The Heads Of The Caribbean Community Noted Childhood Obesity Prevention As A Priority. The Childhood Obesity Epidemic Is Said To Be The Result Of Poor Diet And A Lack Of Adequate Physical Exercise. Friday Is Being Observed …

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