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HTS News Preview June 22nd 2017

Tonight, the opposition boycotts the sitting of senate government, Senators defend the budget and the Prime Minister reacts to the latest development at the CIP unit. Tune in tonight at 7 for these and more during the HTS News Force.

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Grand Theft Auto Victim Recovers Stolen Car

An Entrepot man is counting his blessings following an alleged armed robbery incident. Police confirmed receiving a report of a suspected holdup along the Vigie beach coastline between 7 pm and 8 pm on June 21st. The victim told investigators the masked assailants, armed with a firearm, forced him out …

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Arts and Culture Advocates to Respond to NCC Relocation

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All persons involved in the Arts and Culture,  as well as those interested and supportive of the Arts and Culture in St. Lucia, are invited to a very important meeting on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) Conference Room at 5:30 PM.  The main item on …

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Opposition Senators Boycott the Upper House

The House of Assembly was noticeably emptier after three opposition Senators of the Saint Lucia Labour Party [SLP] reportedly boycotted the latest Senate Sitting on June 22nd. The opposition boycott follows a previous walk-out by SLP Members of Parliament during the second sitting of the House for the debate on …

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Agricultural Revolution underway in the OECS

OECS Media Release Thursday, June 22, 2017 — The Agriculture Sector in OECS Member States is on the brink of a new era in collaborative production for regional and international trade. A comprehensive grouping of regional agriculture stakeholders, which include Ministers, Manufacturers, Traders, representatives from the Bureau of Standards and …

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Flow Special Presentation Carnival Partners

Telecoms provider Flow – one of the main sponsors of Saint Lucia Carnival 2017 made a presentation to carnival partners and the winners in its “endless everything” summer promotion at a ceremony on Wednesday. The special event, which was held at flow’s Bay-walk mall retail store, comes on the heels …

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Miss Massy Stores 2017 Visits Sponsors

Massy stores limited continues to support the national carnival queen pageant. This week, the supermarket chain rolled out the red carpet for miss massy stores 2017 Claire -Marissa Smartt. It was a particularly heart-warming tour for company officials, as the 19-year-old carnival queen contestant has special ties to massy stores.

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Hilaire Issues Another CIP Challenge

Former CIP chairman and the opposition’s front man on investment Dr. Ernest Hilaire is calling on the prime minister to clarify pronouncements made on the international stage regarding citizenship.

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New OECS Chair Calls For Region To Be Assertive

The new chairman of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean states (OECS), Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, has called for deeper economic integration and more extensive functional Co-operation between small island developing states. Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister took over the chairmanship from Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Dr. Timothy Harris …

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Joseph On Insurance Coverage For Farmers

Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph is seeking to create an insurance plan for Agri-entrepreneurs. The minister claims that the present insurance provider is not working. Thus, his ministry has solicited the assistance of another company.

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