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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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PROMISES NOT KEPT

The effects of the protest action by the minibus drivers of millet is being felt by the targeted communities of Belair and Venus. The residents of those communities have had their daily lives disrupted by the withdrawal of service to their communities. The drivers are protesting the poor conditions of …

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INMATES OBTAIN CXC’S

The inmate students of the bordelaise correctional facility continue to perform creditably at external examinations. On Friday the facility held a ceremony to highlight the positive achievement of the students who despite being behind bars, continue to focus and perform well at their studies.

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MOSQUITO BORNE DISEASES

The word from the pan American health organization PAHO on the triple e and other mosquito borne viruses, is following time tested advise and keep the mosquito populations down and avoid being bitten.

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Elderly man from Belle Vue missing

A family of Vieux Fort wants the assistance of the public to help find their missing loved one. 75 year old Richardson Charles went missing three weeks ago, and the family have exhausted most of their options in their effort to find him.

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SALCC NEW PRINCIPAL

The Sir Arthur Lewis community college will soon have a new principal. The college has been without a principal for close to two years. The man selected for the top job at the college paid a familiarization visit to the facility. He is expected to take up the new post …

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BAHAMAS POST DORIAN – YET TO DE-ESCALATE

Just when it was thought that we had heard the worst that had to be told about the devastation in the Bahamas, comes word from that nation’s government, that the number of missing persons is about 2 thousand 5 hundred. Though the number of confirmed deaths caused by hurricane Dorian …

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