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SANDALS SCHOOLS DENTAL CLINIC 2019

Sandals resorts international, through its Sandals Foundation is once again teaming up with two return guests to brighten the smiles of young students.  The guests are dentist Dr. Neil Steven and his wife Sheila. In 2019, they are bringing dental health knowledge and products to local primary schools. 

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CCC WANTS CONTAINERS REMOVED FROM VIGIE

City Hall has issued a stern warning to the owners of trailers they say are illegally parked on private property – their days to continue the practice are numbered. The Castries Constituencies Council [CCC] says they are in talks with authorities to draft and implement policy to discourage the practice …

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CICERON TEEN STILL MISSING

Imagine having to endure thirty-three days without a word on your missing 13-year-old daughter, not knowing what is happening to her, what she is eating, who she is with and crucially, whether she is being abused? Well that is the plight of the family of Jiada Jn Baptiste, the 13-year-old …

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GOVERNMENT MUM ON HATHAWAY HOMICIDE

As global press converges on Saint Lucia in light of the apparent murder of 67-year-old British national Robert Hathaway, questions have been raised to Tourism Minister Dominic Fedee on the island’s strategy to offset anticipated backlash in the United Kingdom – Saint Lucia’s second largest source market.  Fedee instead deflected …

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US BASED SAINT LUCIAN BRINGING DANCE TO GROS ISLET

A young and dynamic us-based St. Lucian dancer is back on island with the message that the arts can be a viable career path for young persons. Shartoya Jn Baptiste who is developing a fast growing following online says the benefits of dance go beyond the physical.  She has teamed up …

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HTS PERSON OF THE YEAR 2018

Every year, Helen Television System asks our viewers and listeners to vote for the person they believe had the biggest impact on the news landscape. Over the years, nominees have ranged from inventors and elected officials to modern day heroes, who sprung into action and averted catastrophe. In 2018, our nominees …

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LABORIE SCHOOL TO HOST INDEPENDENCE PAGEANT

Primary school students in Laborie are contributing their talents and skills to the official calendar of activities for Saint Lucia’s 40th anniversary of Independence.  Four boys and four girls will take part in the Mr. and Ms. Laborie primary school’s Independence pageant on January 26th.  The young contestants have been preparing their …

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NCPD GETS WHEELCHAIRS FROM LATTER DAY SAINTS

If you know someone who needs a wheelchair, the national council of and for persons with disabilities wants to hear from you. The council, through its agreement with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, has received a consignment of mobility devices and wants to make life easier for …

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SAINT LUCIA DEFENDS OAS VOTE AGAINST NICOLAS MADURO

The minister with responsibility for external affairs is doubling down on Saint Lucia’s decision to not recognize the legitimacy of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. Maduro was sworn in for a second six-year term on Thursday. Minister Sarah Flood-Beaubrun says while Venezuela remains a friend, Saint Lucia cannot ignore the ongoing …

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