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Fire Flattened Jacques Waterfront Dining

A fire completely destroyed Jacques Waterfront Dining restaurant located in Rodney Bay, Gros – Islet. Reports suggest flames engulfed the restaurant between 2: 00 a.m and 3: 00 a.m June 13th.  Fire Units at Gros – Islet Fire Station responded placing the fire under control.  Damage to Jacques Waterfront Dining is …

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27-Year-Old Man, 27th Homicide Victim

A 27-year-old Corinth resident has become St. Lucia’s 27th homicide victim for 2017. The man has been identified as Seame Cherry. According to reports, cherry was shot at Grande Riviere, Gros Islet in the wee hours of Saturday June 10th, 2017, and succumbed to his injuries around 3:00 am at …

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Government On Cultural Centre Relocation

Culture Minister, Senator Fortuna Belrose has sought to address concerns over Saint Lucia’s representation at the biennial Caribbean Festival of Performing Arts [Carifesta] regional showcase carded for august 2017. Local artists are worried about sponsorship for saint Lucia’s contingent to Carifesta. Culture minister Belrose gave assurances of government support, but …

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Saint Lucia Observes World Accreditation Day

In observance of World Accreditation Day in June, the Saint Lucia Bureau of Standards (SLBS) held a seminar for medical laboratory personnel. The workshop provided accreditation requirements for quality in laboratories.

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Beanfield Secondary Elocution Contest

The curtains came down on reading month on Friday as the Beanfield Comprehensive Secondary School staged their second successive Elocution Competition. The activity was aimed at promoting literacy among the students.

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Family Say’s Seasme Cherry Death “No Surprise”

Cathy Cherry, sister of Seasme Cherry who was fatally shot on June 10th, told HTS News4orce word of her brother’s death did not come as a shock. Watch video. The young man’s grandmother was one of the family members present for his post mortem on Monday June 12th. She said …

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Gov’t Will Not Fully Sponsor Local Arts Contingent for CARIFESTA

Culture and Local government Minister, Senator Fortuna Belrose addressed concern over Saint Lucia’s representation at the biennial Caribbean Festival of Performing Arts [CARIFESTA] regional showcase carded for August 2017. Sections of the local art industry lamented government’s willingness to sponsor Saint Lucia’s contingent to CARIFESTA. Culture Minister Belrose gave assurances …

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Hit and Run Suspect Charged for Leaving Accident Scene

Lance Alfred, 24 of Monier, Grand Riviere is charged for leaving the scene of an accident. On June 7th, 74-year old senior citizen Joseph Altidore succumbed to injuries sustained from a vehicle collision at Rodney Heights, Gros – Islet. Altidore was reportedly attempting to cross the road when a motorcycle …

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