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EU Ambassadors Assured of ‘Due Process’ in Pending IMPACS Investigation

A delegation of Ambassadors from the European Union [EU] is in Saint Lucia meeting with government officials for discussions on various bilateral interests. The condition of Saint Lucia’s criminal justice system topped the agenda. Saint Lucia’s Acting Director of Public Prosecution Daarsrean Greene, reportedly the EU Delegation offered insight on …

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QYOU makes waves in the Caribbean with Flow deal

MIAMI, FL, June 8, 2017 – DUBLIN, June 13, 2017 /CNW/ – QYOU Media (TSXV: QYOU), the world’s leading curator of premium ‘best-of-web’ video for multiscreen distribution, has partnered with Caribbean telecommunications operator Flow to deliver curated short-form sports content via its network, Flow Sports. This is QYOU’s first deal in …

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Local Bakers to Receive Training in flour preparation

Caribbean Grains St. Lucia Ltd will be hosting a day training seminar for local bakers island-wide on June 20th, 21st, 22nd, 2017 from 10:00am-4:00pm daily at our Flour Mill Plant (SLASPA PORT) Vieux Fort. The training seminar will be conducted by an overseas baker Mr. Michael Adriaenssens from Guadeloupe.  Local …

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TEPA, SLCSI, SMA ON EPA MARKET STUDY TOUR TO GERMANY, FRANCE & SPAIN

CASTRIES, Saint Lucia, June 09, 2017; A three-person contingent representing the Saint Lucia Trade Export Promotion Agency (TEPA), Saint Lucia Coalition of Services Industries (SLCSI) and the Saint Lucia Manufacturing Association (SMA) are currently participating in a Market Study Tour to Germany, France and Spain. During the tour, which runs …

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Thieves Ransacked First District Court

Justice was delayed at the First District Court, in Castries after an apparent break-in, on June 13th . Authorities at the Department of Justice told HTS News4orce they discovered signs of forced entry and found the offices at First District Court ransacked. Police responded to the report of a break-in …

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PRIME MINISTER CIP ANNOUNCEMENTS RAISES MORE QUESTIONS THAN ANSWERS

The Saint Lucia Labour Party is raising questions regarding announcements made in Geneva last week by Prime Minister Allen Chastanet in relation to the operations of the Citizenship by Investment Programme (CIP). The SLP is concerned that the international media is carrying statements made by the Prime Minister but which …

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St. Jude Hospital appoints a new CEO

The Board of Directors of St Jude Hospital is pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs. Verna Charles to the post of Chief Executive Officer of the health Institution. Mrs. Charles has served the hospital in various capacities over a thirty seven (37) year period. During that period she has …

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ROC terminates diplomatic ties with Panama

The Republic of China has terminated diplomatic relations with the Republic of Panama with immediate effect June 13, in order to uphold the sovereignty and dignity of the nation. The ROC will close its embassy in Panama, recall its technical mission, and end all bilateral cooperation and aid programs. The …

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Fire Flattened Jacques Waterfront Dining

A fire completely destroyed Jacques Waterfront Dining restaurant located in Rodney Bay, Gros – Islet. Reports suggest flames engulfed the restaurant between 2: 00 a.m and 3: 00 a.m June 13th.  Fire Units at Gros – Islet Fire Station responded placing the fire under control.  Damage to Jacques Waterfront Dining is …

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Landings Resort and Spa Treats Miss HTS/Radio 100

The Landings Beach and Spa held a special dinner on Friday June 9th to mark the launch of its fine dining venue called Palms Restaurant. There were 48 specially invited guests, among them, carnival queen contestant, miss HTS/Radio 100, Chancy Fontinelle. The aim of the event was to showcase the …

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27-Year-Old Man, 27th Homicide Victim

A 27-year-old Corinth resident has become St. Lucia’s 27th homicide victim for 2017. The man has been identified as Seame Cherry. According to reports, cherry was shot at Grande Riviere, Gros Islet in the wee hours of Saturday June 10th, 2017, and succumbed to his injuries around 3:00 am at …

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Government On Cultural Centre Relocation

Culture Minister, Senator Fortuna Belrose has sought to address concerns over Saint Lucia’s representation at the biennial Caribbean Festival of Performing Arts [Carifesta] regional showcase carded for august 2017. Local artists are worried about sponsorship for saint Lucia’s contingent to Carifesta. Culture minister Belrose gave assurances of government support, but …

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