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DOUBLE TRAGEDY AT SUNBUILT

One man is dead and his friend is in a critical condition at hospital, as a result of what is believed to be an accident involving a gun. The police are investigating what may have gone wrong on Thursday night. One of the leads being followed, is that the gun …

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CHEF NINA COMPTON CAPTURES ANOTHER AWARD

Chef Nina Compton’s feverishly anticipated restaurant, ‘Bywater American Bistro’ captures Restaurant of the Year (2018). The award was given by Eater New Orleans; An online food critiquing company which seeks the most charming, watering holes and trendsetting restaurants in New Orleans and 23 other cities across the US and lets …

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FLOW MISSION DAY 2018

It was mission day on Wednesday for telecommunications company FLOW. Mission day is a day set aside by the company throughout the region, to engage in projects to assist in community development.

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YOUTHFEST 2018

The 16th installment of the annual Caribbean Youth Fest is carded for December 16th at the Philip Marcellin Grounds in Vieux Fort. With 20 participants vying for the coveted prizes, the standard of the competition this year is expected to be high.

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DEGLOS LANDFILL DELAYS

The situation at the Deglos landfill has reached a critical stage with drivers complaining that the long delay in disposing their garbage is seriously impacting their work. The situation is beginning to impact garbage collection in the north of St. Lucia.

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SLHTA WEIGHS IN ON SANDALS 30 MILLION US LAWSUIT

The St. Lucia Hotel And Tourism Association (SLHTA) says it will continue to take steps to save its members from damaging lawsuits such as the one faced by Sandals Bahamas. An American couple is seeking 30 million US dollars in damages, alleging that their assigned butler touched the bum of …

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ENTREPOT SCHOOL SECURITY GUARD STILL IN ICU

The condition of the security guard who was last Sunday badly beaten and left for dead while at work at the Entrepot Secondary School, has moved from bad to worse. According to close family sources, the father of four is just clinging on to dear life. The family would like …

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MAJOR MAINTENANCE WORK AT DEGLOS SANITARY LANDFILL

[Press Release] – The Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority is presently undertaking major maintenance work at the Deglos Sanitary Landfill. This is to facilitate the general upkeep of the site and in particular major improvement to the access road. Over the last several weeks poor conditions have caused much …

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POLICEMEN QUESTIONED IN CHAKADAN DANIEL DEATH

There is a major development in the Chakadan Daniel unlawful death investigation. You may recall that Chakadan Daniel was found dead in his cell at the Micoud police station in October 2013. On Wednesday afternoon two officers who were attached to the Micoud police station, where Daniel met his death …

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30 MILLION US DOLLAR LAWSUIT AGAINST SANDALS

The 30 million dollar lawsuit filed in the us courts against Sandals resorts Bahamas is having hoteliers across the Caribbean take a keen interest in that matter.  The lawsuit has been filed by a couple who allege that the wife was inappropriately touched by a butler. But the butler who had a …

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CITY MAYOR SUPPORTS HIS CEO

The Mayor of Castries has thrown the weight of his office behind his Chief Executive Officer in his ongoing dispute with the General Secretary of the Civil Service Association, (CSA). City Hall is not about to back down in its battle with the CSA.

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TWO SURVIVE RETAINING WALL CRASH

The two females were rescued and are now recovering from the injuries caused by a wall that came crashing upon them. The survivors have been left with lifelong scars, as a result of being buried under the rubble of the collapsed wall.

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