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FIRE OFFICIALS WANT EXTINGUISHERS IN ALL VEHICLES

The St. Lucia Fire Service is imploring vehicle owners to purchase fire extinguishers for their vehicles. The call comes on the heels of an incident in Castries on Thursday, when a minibus burst into flames, near the Ave Maria Girls School. The driver reportedly noticed flames under the seat near …

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DOMINICA CREOLE FESTIVAL RETURNS

The Dominica World Creole Festival is back! The passage of category 5 hurricane Maria last September wrought hundreds of millions of dollars in damage on the nature isle forcing the cancellation of the famed event. HTS News4orce spoke to two officials of the discover Dominica who have embarked on a …

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FAIR TRADE PROTEST?

When farmers from Grace Vieux Fort got together on Wednesday evening, there was no shortage of major concerns. Lucky for them, in attendance was Agricultural Minister Ezekiel Joseph. Wednesday’s meeting was convened to discuss the way forward.

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RANGE THREATENS COURT ACTION?

According to a June 28th article by the Investment Migration Insider, Range Development – the company involved in the Black Bay hotel project, has issued an ultimatum to the government of St. Lucia – pay up the money invested or expect a lawsuit.

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Roofing demolition project set for George Odlum Stadium

[Press release] A bird’s eye view of the roofing at the George Odlum Stadium reveals more clearly the threat posed by the fiberglass roofing on the facility. Gaping holes are clearly visible compromising the integrity of the structure. Loose particles of fiberglass are already an issue at the facility. Government has …

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Venezuela and Saint Lucia to expand bilateral cooperation relations

[MPPRE] On Wednesday June 25th, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Allen Chastanet, met with the Minister of External Affairs of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Jorge Arreaza, in the framework of the Venezuelan Diplomat’s tour of the Caribbean, which seeks to strengthen and consolidate relations with countries of the region. During …

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VF4Cs demand Health Minister’s resignation

[Press release] The Vieux-Fort Concerned Citizens Coalition for Change (VF4Cs) has come to the conclusion that Senator Mary Isaac must resign as Minister of Health and Wellness. Her latest public pronouncements re- confirm her inability to steer the health care system on an evolution and development course that generates confidence in …

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