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Massy Stores On Food Shortage

Tropical Storm Matthew’s effects on a number of the island’s farmers is starting to affect the retail sector. Massy Stores is feeling the after effects of the storm, through shortages of supplies of some local fruits and vegetables. The company has been apologising to customers for the unavailability of supply …

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St Cecilia’s Day Pan Special

Throughout St. Lucia, the feast of St. Cecilia is observed with musical performances from all musical genres. Hts News4orce takes a special look at the journey of the pan this saint Cecilia’s day and hear from a celebrated pioneer – a veteran who has led the police band and is …

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Micoud Stalwart Laid To Rest

A pillar of the Mon Repos community was laid to rest on November 19th. Residents turned out in their numbers for the final farewell to young Seranny Jn Baptiste, who was eulogized as a community activist with a passion for cricket.

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Police Band Honours Sir Leton On Saint Cecilia’s Day

Saint Lucian musicians continued the traditional observance of Saint Cecilia’s day on November 22nd. The local music fraternity joined in the celebrations – hosting various musical concerts across Saint Lucia. The police band paid special tribute to Sir Leton Thomas – the original composer of the national anthem.

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International Men’s Day 2016

As the nation gets set to join the rest of the world in Observing International Men’s Day, the Saint Lucia Crisis Centre has placed blame on politicians and religious leaders for the decay in Saint Lucia’s moral fabric.

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Vieux Fort Special Education Centre Turns 25

The Vieux Fort special education centre is 25. The silver anniversary celebration consists of a week of activities that includes a spiritual empowerment session, open day and community service project. The centre’s representatives are inviting the public to come in and see the work they do. They are hoping to …

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Wickham Dispels Talk Of Polling Error In Us Election

In the wake of Donald Trump’s surprising victory in the US presidential elections, many people have been questioning the polls which consistently had his democratic rival Hillary Clinton in a solid lead. So were the polls dead wrong? Renowned regional pollster and director of the Caribbean Development Research Services (CADRES) …

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Laborie Pillar Rudy John Laid To Rest

Celebrated Laborian Rudy John was laid to rest in his beloved community on Friday November 4th, 2016. Saint Lucians from all walks of life turned out to pay tribute to the community activist, educator and champion of the credit union movement.

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