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Kaiso Legacy Babonneau

The Take Over Tent/Soca Village has embarked on an initiative to bring the calypso tents to the communities. The calypso village has combined forces with the community of Babonneau, which will be hosting the show for the first time.

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Culture Minister Meets CDF Representatives

Changes might be made to the structure and operations of the cultural development foundation. That’s according to the minister with responsibility for culture, senator Fortuna Belrose amid discontent among artists over the proposed Re-location of the national cultural centre and controversy over the Saint Lucia’s participation in this year’s Carifesta.

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PWA Meets Opposition SLP

The police welfare association (PWA) met with the opposition Saint Lucia Labor Party (SLP) to discuss issues affecting the country. Chief among them was the looming IMPACS report, Saint Lucia’s crime situation and the promotions policy. The national security minister recently vowed to establish a committee to review the policy. …

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NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS MUST BREAK SILENCE ON THE DSH DEAL

Vieux Fort, Castries – June 19, 2017 – The position on the DSH Deal articulated and publicized by the Vieux-Fort Concerned Citizens Coalition for Change (VF4Cs) has consistently sought to impress upon the citizens of this country that the proposed DSH Project is not a local issue for Vieux-Fortians but …

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CGTI’S 4th Hot Topics Conference with Audit Committee Certification

PRESS RELEASE:-CGTI’S 4th Hot Topics Conference with Audit Committee Certification After only three years, the Saint Lucia-based Caribbean Governance Training Institute (CGTI) is emerging as the premier governance training provider in the region, evidenced by the big name clients that are signing up for their programs. All members of the …

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Pierrot Man Survives Assault after Home Invasion

A Pierrot, Vieux-Fort family is counting their blessings after an alleged violent home invasion on June 16th. Neighbors and victims who were inside the home at the time of the break-in told HTS News4orce several men stormed the house sometime after 11pm after demanding to be let in. The occupants, …

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Potential Tropical Cyclone to Affect Southern Windward Islands

Tropical Weather Outlook NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 8:00 AM EDT Mon Jun 19 2017 For the North Atlantic…Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: The National Hurricane Center is issuing advisories on Potential Tropical Cyclone Two, located several hundred miles east-southeast of the southern Windward Islands. * Formation …

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