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BE EMPOWERED SUICIDE PREVENTION DISCUSSION

Still to come, the leader of the opposition Philip j. Pierre says the recent CDB report on St. Lucia’s economy is not surprising, Amber Guyger’s trial to be held in Dallas despite the efforts of her lawyers, and tips on identifying persons at risk of attempting suicide.

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BAG DONATION BY SJC AND FAMILY

The St Joseph convent’s graduating class of 1979 partnered with the friends and family of the late cultural icon Theresa hall to provide school bags to students. The event was held at the St. Joseph’s convent on Tuesday.

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MIRACULOUS LONG DISTANCE SWIMMER

Cameron Bellamy has secured his spot in St Lucia’s record books as the first person known to have swam from Barbados to St. Lucia. The feat was completed on Sunday, just before sunset.

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SAUDI OIL ATTACKS

The price of petroleum on the world market spiked following an attack on Saturday on one of Saudi Arabia’s oil-fields and refineries. The attack sent shock waves around the world, and effectively knocked out half of Saudi Arabia’s oil producing capabilities. This resulted in a sharp increase in the price …

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SNAKE BITES

a 45 year old business-man is struggling for his limb and life following a snake bite by a venomous Fur de lance on Saturday. The incident happened near a popular Water-fall in Anse La Raye. The man received medical attention more than one hour after he was bitten, prompting calls …

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MURDER IN GEORGEVILLE

police are appealing to members of the public to help solve the murder of a 17 year old male of George Ville, Castries. Akim Antoine was shot on Saturday morning, enroute to his home.

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TAKE AWAY FROM DORIAN BREAD

Prime minister Allen Chasatanet fresh from his overseas trip met with journalists on Monday to give an account of his travels. The prime minister spoke about his visit to the Bahamas, following the devastation by hurricane Dorian and the lessons that the rest of the Caribbean ought to learn from …

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DR MURRAY ON FOOD

Dr. Anne Marie Murray is calling on St. Lucians to reject the bad information that is being circulated on social media, regarding local fruits. Speaking to HTS Newsforce on Friday, Dr. Murray says there is far too much mis-information on health which can, if followed, have a very negative impact …

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SELF DEFENSE WALK POLICE

The Soufriere community is preparing for a major march on the 22nd of September. The purpose of the march is to highlight violence and personal safety. One of the organisers of the march is calling on residents of Soufriere and other communities to participate in the activity.

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