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La Clery Vendor Escapes Auto Collision

La Clery vendor Sharon François, is counting her blessings after narrowly escaping a head on collision with a motor vehicle on June 2nd.   Francois told News4orce moments after the auto crash, that sounds of a revving car engine alerted her to the impending danger. The roadside vendor said she …

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OPM “Surprised” at Walcott House Closure

Administrative Attache to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, Nancy Charles told News4orce on June 2nd that the Office of the Prime Minister is “surprised’ at the closure of Walcott House. Attache Charles explained the Saint Lucia National Trust [SLNT] who is responsible for the Walcott House project, was not forthcoming with …

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Mom Demands Justice for Mutilated Youth

Cell phone video went viral of the reported aftermath of an alleged knife assault on an unsuspecting youth.  The incident occurred in the capital on the William Peter Boulevard reportedly on May 30th. Police officials confirm the victim sustained lacerations to the groin area. The viral video has sparked public …

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NWU Denounces Alleged Security Firm ‘Siphoning’

PRESS RELEASE:-The National Workers Union (NWU) is displeased with information reaching the organization that suggests that some security service companies on the island continue to siphon huge chunks of their contractual financial earnings from Saint Lucia to overseas headquarters. Some of the security service companies on island do not employ …

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PM Bound for Geneva Investment Migration Forum

Saint Lucia will be well represented at the Investment Migration Forum in Geneva, Switzerland from June 5th to June 7th. Prime Minister Honourable Allen Chastanet will attend the event, after spending a few days in London, along with members of the Citizenship by Investment Unit. The event is the world’s …

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Battered Woman Wants Help

A woman who says she went back to a relationship after being kicked by her spouse is urging women to leave at the first sign of abuse. She says returning to the relationship opened the door to further abuse, which almost cost her life after she was choked and pummelled …

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UNS Denounces Viral Sex Video

Members of united and strong are joining the public outrage over a viral pornographic video depicting lewd sexual acts performed on a young female by a group of men. The human rights NGO says the video is not just pornographic in nature, but chronicles what members believe is the abuse …

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2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Begins

11 named storms have been predicted for the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Based on information from the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, nemo director Velda Joseph says Saint Lucia can expect an above normal number of storms. Joseph is calling on citizens to be prepared and remain vigilant.

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Trump Abandons Paris Climate Change Deal

It is official – the united states will pull out of the Paris Climate Change Agreement. As the world looked on, US President Donald Trump confirmed the withdrawal, describing the accord as draconian in its financial and economic requirements. It was a decision that local lawmakers were closing monitoring and …

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