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REACTION TO SALCC FEE INCREASE

There Is Growing Anxiety Among Parents Of Students Of The Sir Arthur Community College – The College Is Under Tight Budgetary Constraints. The College Has Decided To Increase The Tuition Fee As Of This Semester. Uncertainty Is Taking Its Toll On Students And Their Families.

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NO MAYOR IN CASTRIES

We Begin Tonight With Developments On The Growing Rift Between The Mayor Of Castries Peterson Francis And The Local Government Minister Senator Belrose. The Dispute Has Been Played Out In Public, With Concerns That The Situation Could Impact Staff Morale And The Effectiveness Of The Important Work Of The Castries …

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WASCO HOSTS INAUGURAL AGM

The Water And Sewerage Authority (Wasco) Is In The Process Of Sharpening Its Way Of Doing Business. Wasco Is Seeking To Enhance Its Service And Reduce Wastage.

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CHAIRMAN OF SAINT LUCIA DISCUSSES WARNER’S INCLUSION

The suspended Australian cricketer David Warner will be plying his trade in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) this season. Warner was picked by St. Lucia Stars  in the tournament as a replacement for another Australian D’Arcy Short who had to forgo the tournament due to national duties. Although suspended for a …

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GROS ISLET FATAL SHOOTING

We Begin Tonight With News On The Shooting Death Of A Man Of Conway At The Hands Of The Police. The Incident Happened Wednesday At The Tailend Of The Gros Islet Jour Ouvert. The Deceased Is Believed To Have Been Involved In The Shooting During The Jour Ouvert That Resulted …

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GROS ISLET CARNIVAL HAILED A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

There Was Much Uncertainty Surrounding The Gros Islet Carnival. Following The Shooting Incident During Wednesday’s Jour Ouvert, The Police Cancelled The Afternoon Jump Up. But Later The Gros Islet Constituency Council And The Member Of Parliament For Gros Islet Lenard Montoute Met With The Police To Urge Them To Allow …

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POLICE SEARCH AT CAP ESTATE

While On Location In Gros Islet During Wednesday Morning Our Newsforce Team Learned Of A Grusome Discovery In At Cap Estate. Our Team Followed The Police As They Went On The Search. The Discovery Turned Out To Be Something Different From What The Police Had Been Bracing Themselves For.

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Public Service funding for Saint Lucia Blind Welfare Association

[Press Release] – The Department of the Public Service has been saluted by the Saint Lucia Blind Welfare Association (SLBWA) for undertaking the noble act of giving to the non-profit organization, a cheque of $605.05 on Tuesday, July 31, 2018.   The presentation was made during a special ceremony to mark …

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Anse La Ray Fish Fry enhancement project

[Press Release] – The Department of Tourism, Information and Broadcasting has partnered with the Saint Lucia Tourism Authority to develop the island’s authentic product offering to support unique experiences within the tourism sector. As part of this drive, the agencies will focus on the offering of street festivals within communities to …

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THEFT AT CCC UPDATE

Some Good May Come Out Of The Break-in Last Week Into One Of The CCC Buildings In The Gardens. The Building Serves As An Assemble Point And Storage Facility For The Workers. The Robbery Brought To Light Its Dire Working Conditions To Which The Employees Are Exposed.

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