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OKTOBERFEST 2018

The Windward And Leeward Brewery [WLBL] For The 11th Consecutive Year Hosted The Annual Oktober Fest For Local Beer Enthusiasts At A New Venue – The Pigeon Island National Landmark.

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SULPHUR SPRINGS AWARDED 2018 TRIPADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE

[Press Release] The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation (SRDF) is pleased to announce that it was a recipient of a 2018 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. The Certificate of Excellence recipients include accommodations, restaurants and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a quality customer experience. This award …

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VEHICULAR GUARDRAIL PROJECT UNDERWAY

[Press Release] The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Energy has embarked on a project which will help improve road safety. As of October 1st 2018, Vehicular Guardrails will be installed along the Banannes Bay area near the roundabout leading to the Millennium Highway and along the waterfront opposite the Government …

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TEACHERS WEEK 2018 IS ON

St. Lucian Teachers Kicked Off International Teachers’ Day Or World Teacher’s Day With An Ecumenical Service On Sunday, September 30th. The 2018 Teacher’s Week Of Activities Will Be Celebrated Under The Theme – “The Right To Education Means The Right To A Qualified Teacher.” The St. Lucia Teacher’s Union Has …

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CREOLE HERITAGE MONTH JOUNEN KWEYOL 2018

The 2018 Arts And Creole Heritage Month Got Underway With A Kweyol Church Service At The Choiseul Catholic Church On Sunday September 30th. Festivities Continued With A Craft Festival At La Fargue.

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BOTHAM REMEMBERED THANKSGIVING BIRTHDAY PRAISE MARCH

Family, Friends And The Justice For Botham Support Group Continued To Pay Homage To The St. Lucian Native Botham Jean, Who Would Have Celebrated His 27th Birthday On Saturday, September 29th. Jean Was Shot And Killed In His Dallas Apartment On September 6th By Former Dallas Officer Amber Guyer, Who …

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OPPOSITION QUESTIONS GOVERNMENT SPORTS AGENDA

Former Sports Minister Shawn Edward Is Not Buying The Incumbent’s Rationale Behind Cancelling The Playing-Field Maintenance Program. Edward And The Opposition Have Appealed To The Allen Chastanet Led Cabinet To Clarify How Up To $600,000 In Monthly Allocations From The National Lotteries Authority Is Being Used. The Opposition Also Re-Iterated …

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FEDEE AND PIERRE SPAR

Dominic Fedee And Philip J Pierre Traded Jabs Over The September 9th Saint Lucia Labour Party Led Demonstration And Rally. Fedee Criticized The Opposition For Allowing Ex-United Workers Party Minister Richard Frederick To Share The Platform With Former Political Rivals. Pierre Rebuffed Fedee For Reportedly Voting Against Allen Chastanet In …

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SELF TAUGHT LABORIE INVENTOR MEETS SUCCESS

Self-Taught Inventor And Fisherman From Laborie, Karlis Noel Built The Caribbean’s First Solar-Powered, Mobile Desalination Facility And Nauru – A Small Island In The Pacific With A Water Crisis, Took Notice. Noel Won A Bid To Build A Second Generation Plant For That Country. HTS News4orce Has Been Following His …

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