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OPPOSITION LEADER STANDS FIRM

The leader of the opposition Phillip J. Pierre is standing his ground in his call for minister Guy Joseph to account for the commitment letter, which appears to bear his signature. Pierre says the government is duty bound to investigate the matter and take action against Joseph, if he indeed …

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FORESTRY DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS WEIGH IN ON INCREASED SNAKE SIGHTINGS

The HTS News4orce report of a man at Fond St. Jacques, Soufriere, holding a dead Fer-De-Lance has attracted regional attention. On Wednesday HTS News4orce spoke to forestry and wild-life officers about the deadly Viper which is only found in St. Lucia. Some forestry officials say that the time has come for …

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FER-DE-LANCE CAPTURED AND KILLED

The St. Lucia Fer-De-Lance has a well-earned reputation for being one of the most venomous snakes in the world. However, the Viper is protected by law. A Fer-De-Lance was caught on the edge of a forest in Fond St. Jacques.  

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CXC INVESTIGATING SUSPECTED EXAM BREACH IN T&T

Tens of thousands of students throughout the region may have to re-sit this year’s CXC Maths examination. This is as a result of the discovery of a massive fraud during this year’s sitting of the Maths examination. That officials at CXC are considering their options.  

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GUY JOSEPH FIRES BACK AT PIERRE

The opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party’s calls for the minister responsible for economic development Guy Joseph, to be investigated for the commitment letter allegedly from his ministry. Minister Joseph at Monday’s pre-cabinet briefing, pushed back strongly against that suggestion, accusing the opposition of being hypocritical in its position.  

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OPPOSITION LEADER WANTS GUY JOSEPH REMOVED FROM OFFICE

The St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) is calling on the government to set the example, not only for fellow ministers, but for the nation, by relieving Guy Joseph of his ministerial responsibilities, if the allegations against him are correct. The SLP wants the letter bearing the signature of the minister …

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