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GROS ISLET MINI BUS ASSOSCIATION SEEKS TO ENHANCE RELATIONS

The Gros Islet minibus owner’s association is hosting a special set of workshops to enhance the customer relations skills of the bus drivers on the route. The bus owners who were the guests on Russelle Lake’s drive by programme on Tuesday, say the training is necessary in light of the …

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PRIME MINISTER BREAKS DOWN BANKS AND AMOUNT FOR HIA PROJECT

The contrasting views on the way forward for the re-development of the Hewannora international was again in evidence at Tuesday’s sitting of parliament. The government was seeking the approval to borrow the balance of funds for the re-development of the airport. The opposition says this loan of 6 hundred million …

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SLNA SIGNS COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT

The nurses of the st. Jude hospital have signed their collective bargaining agreement with the hospital’s administration. This comes less than 24 hours following the signing between the government negotiating team and the trade union federation.

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Proud Saint Lucian Completes Leadership training in China

Via Saint Lucia Times Saint Lucian Shermean Shermeyan Anika Perpie has successfully completed a unique training programme in youth leadership in the People’s Republic of China. The announcement was made by Vieux Fort North MP, Moses ‘Musa’ Jn Baptiste on the official Facebook page of the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). “It is …

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DR RIGOBERT ON VIEUX FORT LANDFILL

The minister for the environment dr. Gale Rigobert says the time has come for better alternatives to traditional land-fills. Dr. Rigobert says more sanitary options have to be explored. The minister for the environment was at the time addressing the closure of the Vieux Fort landfill and its implications for …

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LATEST ON HILAIRE AND MAYOR STORY

  The latest round in the heated exchanges between the mayor of Castries and the member for parliament for Castries south Dr. Earnest Hilaire sounded off ahead of Tuesday’s sitting of parliament. Dr. Hilaire has repeatedly called on the Castries mayor to respond to questions regarding the management of the …

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POLICE MAN HAS ACCIDENT

A lunch time accident on Tuesday along the John Compton highway resulted in 35 year old Michael Ashby – a police motorcyclist sustaining serious injury. His police motor cycle crashed into another police vehicle.

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AUGUST 19TH WEATHER SMART

What is the term that meteorologists use to describe how much water is in the air at a given time ?Test your knowledge of the weather, hurricanes and climate change on weather smart ! A new question will be announced every week during the weather segment of the HTS News …

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PIAYE PLAYING FIELD VANDALIZED

The man responsible for the upkeep of the Piaye playing field is calling on the authorities to take action against those who make a mess of the facility. In the latest incident the surface of the playing field was damaged by vehicles and the facility was littered.

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WASCO ON DEATH AT JOHN COMPTON DAMN

The British tourist who died on Friday at the John Compton dam may have wandered onto a restricted section of the facility. The water and sewage company says it awaits the results of the post mortem examination. The man was in the company of three of his sons when he …

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CASTRIES MAYOR FIRES BACK

The mayor of Castries has responded to the accusations made against his management of the Castries city council by Dr. Ernest Hilaire. Dr. Hilaire said that the mayor is not one keen on following well establish rules and procedures. In his response the mayor says he is ready to provide …

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NYC SPEAKS ON YOUTH ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION AT FETE

The National Youth Coucil has heavily criticised the staging of the live in colour concern held at the pigeon island causeway early Sunday morning. Videos of the event which attracted thousands of young persons have been circulating on social media, with disturbing images of drunkenness and violence.

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