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POLICE PROBING VIRAL GUN VIDEO

Law enforcement officials have confirmed to local media that they are investigating a viral video of a young man brandishing 5 high powered weapons, some of them military grade. The young man in the video went through great efforts to conceal his identity, however reports indicate that he hails from …

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PUBLIC SERVICE MINISTER RESIGNS

The United Workers Party administration has seen the second ministerial resignation of its present tenure, with Dr. Ubaldus Raymond stepping down as public service minister. In our Friday April 5th newscast, we confirmed that Prime Minister Allen Chastanet had accepted the resignation of Dr. Raymond.  (Dr. Ubaldus Raymond) It followed …

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ST. LUCIA RECORDS ANOTHER HOMICIDE

HTS News4orce has confirmed that a Vieux Fort man who was shot on Wednesday April 3rd has succumbed to his injuries. Reports indicate that the man, identified as 37-year-old Howard Henry, was shot in the lower body just before midnight on Wednesday and had been in a coma since the …

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CHAMBER ANXIOUSLY AWAITING 2019 BUDGET

The chamber of commerce is eagerly looking forward to government’s 2019 to 2020 budget. The group’s Executive Director Brian Louisy says his members are looking for action on a number of fronts.  

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ST LUCIA MAKING GOOD ON PROMISE TO BAN PLASTICS AND SYTROFOAM

The government of St. Lucia is making good on a 2018 promise to phase out and eventually ban the use of plastics and styro-foam.  Last year, sustainable development minister Dr. Gale Rigobert said that government viewed plastics and styro-foam as having a negative impact on both the environment and human health. Ministry …

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BREAKING NEWS: MINISTER OF GOVERNMENT RESIGNS

We can now confirm from multiple sources Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on Friday afternoon accepted the resignation of the minister for the public service Senator Ubaldus Raymond. A recent release on social media of an audio allegedly featuring the voice of Ubaldus Raymond in salacious conversation with women went viral. …

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RIGHTS GROUPS WARN AGAINST UPHOLDING DISCRIMINATORY LAWS

The Eastern Caribbean Alliance for Diversity and Equality says St. Lucia’s constitution continues to uphold laws that discriminate against marginalized populations. The alliance has been attempting to get a sit down with the government to discuss the revision of buggery laws.  

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‘REACH’ING FOR AGRICULTURAL RESILIENCE

The government of St. Lucia is partnering with a number of regional and international organizations on a special project to help small farmers and their communities manage agricultural disaster risk and build resilience to shocks. The resilient environment and agricultural Caribbean habitats (reach) project was launched in Saint Lucia on …

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