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Special Reserve Police Corps Turns 60

Special reserve officers of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force are celebrating over 6 decades of existence. Although celebratory plans have been Delayed, The Officers Will Be Honored At An Upcoming November ceremony. The special reserve also intends to strengthen its numbers and organizational structure.

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Woman Living In Fear, Cries Out For Help

A woman from the south of St. Lucia is hoping that by speaking out on what she says is harassment by a male relative, other Saint Lucian women will take a no-nonsense approach to being bullied. HTS News4orce has concealed the identity of the woman, who says she is fed …

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UWP explains discontinued water projects

Now, the United Workers Party Administration is addressing the Opposition’s concern over the status of three water projects. Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph explained, a review of the works initiated under the previous SLP government must be done to ensure efficiency. In a Sept. 16th press release the Opposition SLP …

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SPECIAL RESERVE POLICE OFFICERS CELEBRATE 60 YEARS OF SERVICE

A Special Reserve Police Officer is an auxiliary arm of the force. This month; special reserves of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force inaugurated on September 5th, 1956, commemorate over 6 decades of service. A short service has been planned for November 2nd at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate …

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1st YEAR SPARTAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS DON WHITE COATS

What does a white coat mean for medical students? It is a rite of passage; welcoming students to the medical profession. The white coat is often conferred on new students at a ceremony; signifying the beginning of the journey to achieve the coat. It also represents the humble profession and …

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VIEUX-FORT NORTH COUNCILORS ARE SWORN IN

This year, when selecting constituency members for Vieux-Fort North; the Council ensured that each community was adequately represented. The 2016 9-member council comprises 2 Grace residents, 2 from Cacao-Vigie and 2 hail from Pierrot, Aupicorn. The plan is to have a higher level of residents’ involvement in decision making.

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Labor Minister Seeks To Expand Canadian Farm Initiative

Minister for infrastructure and labor Stephenson King is currently in Toronto, Canada. The purpose of the visit is to review the seasonal farm labor program and see whether the possibility exists for ramming up the number of Saint Lucians on the various farms. We get the details in this HTS …

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OECS Celebrates St. Kits And Nevis Independence Day

The organisation of eastern Caribbean states celebrated St. Kitts and Nevis 33rd anniversary of political independence from Great Britain, with a flag raising ceremony at its Castries secretariat on Monday September 19th. For those in attendance, it was an opportunity to reflect on the colourful and rich history of an …

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High Court Building On Stream For New Year

The high court building is nearing a state of readiness for operations pending the results of an air quality assessment. This was disclosed by the president of the Saint Lucia bar association Mary Juliana Charles, one day before the start of the 2016-2017 law year.

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