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COURTS DELIVERS TO BABONNEAU PRIMARY

Courts Saint Lucia delivered on both its promises to the Babonneau primary school on Friday last week.  The local furniture and electrical super store completed a brand new sick bay for the school and on the same day, also hosted a Christmas party for the entire student body. 

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GI NET OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED IN CASTRIES

The Government Island-Wide Network (GINET) free Wi-Fi service project was recently launched in Castries. The general public, tourists and businesses will be able to use Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) in public areas, including government agencies, schools and rural areas.

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DR RAYMOND SUPPORTS HIA FINANCING PLAN

Senator Ubaldus Raymond has joined his cabinet colleagues in touting the Allen Chastanet administration’s financing plan for the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment project.  He says the present approach is the best option for a country trying to rein in debt.

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YOUTH FEST WINNER 2018

The 2018 Youth Fest held in Vieux Fort, put on stage original material and performance of St. Lucia’s young artistes. The organizers are hoping to build on the success of this year’s festival to make the event even better in the future.

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FEED THE POOR MINISTRY CHRISTMAS LUNCH

The annual Feed The Poor Christmas lunch brought much joy to recipients, as well as the organizers and contributors of the event. The Feed The Poor lunch is fast becoming a feature on the Christmas calendar of events.

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SLSWMA ENCOURAGES COMMUNITIES TO PRACTICE PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL

According to the St. Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority, the conditions at the Deglos land-fill are much improved. However, the challenges of poor garbage disposal practices by both businesses and homes are resulting in garbage pile up in many locations in the north of Saint Lucia. The pile up may also be …

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POLICE WELFARE ASSOCIATION SEEKS TO BECOME INDEPENDENT

It’s official, the Police Welfare Association (PWA) has severed ties with the Trade Union Federation (TUF). The sign had been on the wall over the past few days, that the police welfare association was not satisfied with its membership of the Trade Union umbrella organization. The leadership of the PWA …

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NWU CALLS FOR REORGANIZATION OF THE LABOUR DEPARTMENT

The National Workers Union (NWU) says its new approach of greater engagement is bearing fruit. The new NWU approach, seeks to have the workers through their shop stewards present at its negotiations and tackles issues before they become intractable. In an HTS exclusive interview on the current industrial climate, the NWU, through …

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JAH DIAMOND IS CANDIDATE FOR HTS PERSON OF THE YEAR

Wilton’s Yard or the Grave Yard as the community is also known has a very negative reputation. The reports from the community is often one of death and destruction. But this is where one of HTS four candidates for person of the year hails and this is where that his leadership and …

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GUY JOSEPH DEFENDS BORROWING

Transport and Civil Aviation Minister Guy Joseph is defending the Allen Chastanet administration’s approach to the Hewanorra International Airport redevelopment project. While the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party has expressed concern about oversight, he says the mega project will be financed in a manner that ensures state ownership from the onset.

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ANTIGUA’S PM LAUDED BY RASTAFARIAN MOVEMENT

The Caribbean Rastafarian Organization is paying homage to Antigua’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne for seeking reparatory justice for the Rastafarian community. Browne says that due to atrocities to members of the community, Rastafarians in Antigua will not pay for licenses for the cultivation of cannabis. The organization held talks with the Prime …

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ANDROID BIKERS GIVE BACK !

Members of Android Bikers Riders Club are sharing their blessings with the less fortunate this holiday season. The club is also imploring motorists to curb back on the reckless driving.

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