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ARSONISTS ATTACK WATER SPORTS COMPANY

A fledging water sports business based in Vieux Fort suffered a huge setback on the weekend. Arsonists attacked “elite nautical and land tours”, setting fire to the company’s assets, including brand new equipment. The business which is now at a stand-still, has reportedly suffered tens of thousands of dollars in …

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DOUBLE HOMICIDE IN DENNERY, TWO MEN SHOT DEAD

Despite the police raids, the whit Nonday holiday in Dennery was marred by more gun violence with a double homicide. Two young men were riddled with bullets by gunmen. Family members and residents of the community are calling for an end to the senseless killings.

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DOUBLE HOMICIDE IN BOIS D’INDE JACMEL

A double slaying in Bois D’inde Jacmel sent shockwaves throughout the nation on the night of Sunday May 23rd 2021. One of the homicide victims is a 24-year-old mother -an apparent innocent by-stander who was simply on her way to the neighbourhood shop to purchase some items. Two other people …

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MOBILE COVID-19 VACCINATION DRIVE IN CASTRIES

Mobile vaccination sites will be popping up all over Saint Lucia, as part of a concerted drive to get more people vaccinated. On Friday our news team stopped by one of these sites to gauge public participation to the march towards population immunity.

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GOV’T GEARS UP FOR NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER

Monday march 24th, has been declared by the office of the prime minister as a national day of prayer. The prayer and fasting activity scheduled for whit monday, looks to foster unity and will feature the participation of local faith based organizations.

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PM VACCINE–ELECTIONS REMARKS CONTROVERSY

NTN presenter Lisa Joseph has sought to clarify statements made by prime minister Allen Chastanet in a recent interview with the network regarding the vaccination drive and the pending poll. Critics are once again raising concerns over what they claim, are stall tactics by the government leader in the announcement …

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QUESTIONS OVER THE DATING OF ELECTIONS

Monday march 24th, has been declared by the office of the prime minister as a national day of prayer. The prayer and fasting activity scheduled for whit monday, looks to foster unity and will feature the participation of local faith based organizations.

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BUS DRIVER AND PASSENGER CLASH OVER COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

A heated confrontation over the enforcement of covid-19 protocols in the bus sector was caught on camera. A bus driver and a passenger engaged in a fiery exchange over bus capacity, leading to the operator requesting that the commuter get-off the bus.  

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