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POOR DIET CAUSES BLINDNESS

Medical experts are closely monitoring the situation involving a boy who lost his sight because of his restricted diet which consisted mainly of chips and white bread.

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POLICE APPEAL TO PUBLIC

St. Lucia police is calling for the assistance of the public in its efforts to identify a body found near Odsan. The body was found on Friday 30th August. Assistant commissioner responsible for crime and intelligence management Wayne Charlery says the public’s assistance will be of great help to police …

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UK MP IS FRUSTRATED

The United Kingdom is facing fresh turmoil. The new prime minister lost his slim majority in parliament and later was defeated on a motion to hold fresh elections. The uncertainty in Britain could have serious implications for its trading partners – among them St. Lucia.

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NWU FIRES FIRST SALVO AT SLASPA

Operations at the St. Lucia air and sea ports authority (SLASPA) were back to normal on Wednesday, following industrial protest by the workers represented by the national workers union. The action of the workers is said to have impacted the operations at both port Castries and port Vieux fort.

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US COMFORT HOSPITAL SHIP

The rumours swirling around the visit of the us comfort, – the mega hospital ship expected to berth in St Lucia on the 25th of September, have been roundly dismissed. Public affairs officer at the us embassy Larry Socha says the comfort has a long and distinguished history of service …

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SAINT LUCIA ZOUKS 2019

The government of St. Lucia has come to the assistance of the St. Lucia Zouks to ensure that the team participates in this year’s Caribbean premier league t-20 tournament.

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The St. Lucia police force is placing much effort on stemming the rise in burglaries in the south of St. Lucia. Law enforcers have observed a growing trend in the south of the island of robberies, most sharing some common elements.

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FIRE IN TROU ROUGE

The St. Lucia fire service says the frustration it experiences in tackling fires in the Castries environs, is resulting in greater damage than it should. A fire at Trou rouge last Friday, was a major test for the service, as they faced serious setbacks in dealing with the fire.

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DORIAN DEMOLISHES BAHAMAS

The Bahamas is beginning to assess the damage cause by hurricane Dorian. The category 5 hurricane moved very slowly over the northern Bahamas, pounding the islands with heavy rains and powerful winds.

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