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Castries Mayor Denounces Up Tick In Gun Violence

The Castries constituencies council is planning to provide further assistance to the police in quelling the up-tick in violent crime within its jurisdiction. This was announced by mayor Peterson Francis during a press conference held at the office of the mayor on Thursday.

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A Rare Glimpse At A Hermit Priest

The mount of prayer at Coubaril is home to a monastic hermit. ‘hermit’ is a term used to describe someone who ‘leaves’ the world and all its offerings behind, to live a life dedicated to solitude and prayer. In this report, HTS New4orce gives you a rare glimpse into the …

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A First At The Mount Of Prayer At Coubaril

Mother Rosaria Joseph is the first Saint Lucian to be appointed abbess of the Benedictine nuns. The Choiseul native is now on a mission to assist a sister abbey in Zambia, hoping to bring relief that includes basic sanitation, security and medical supplies to a remote area in the East …

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Youth Living With Diabetes Honor SLHTA CEO

The chief executive officer of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism association has become the second person to be ‘pinned’ by young people living with diabetes for his support to their cause. Noorani Azeez received his pin from a 9-year-old girl who was diagnosed with the disease four years ago. …

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“Drive-By” Host Goes Back To The Classroom

The host of the popular radio 100 show, “drive-by” Russell Lake wants to share his love of cars with the next generation of enthusiasts. Lake who is also a former educator has been visiting schools across St. Lucia to pass on his knowledge and passion for all things automotive. This …

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GEF Presents 4th Annual Report

The global environment facility small grants programme Saint Lucia this week reported to the government of Saint Lucia and its development partners. Every year, the facility’s national coordinator presents an annual report, which is a detailed account of the actions and results of technical assistance provided in areas such as …

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Police Press Release on 25th Homicide

Press Release: One Wednesday May 24, 2017 about 8:20 p.m. Babonneau Police received reports of gunshots fired in the Green Gold, Cacoa area. Reports indicate that 26 year old Kim Isidore of Green Gold, Cacoa, was in the driver’s seat of a parked vehicle on the side of the road …

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Castries Mayor Denounces Crime Upsurge Around Capitol

Mayor of Castries, Peterson Francis has vowed to clamp down on criminal activity in Castries. Mayor Francis responded to the recent upsurge in gun related crime in Castries East. Police have confirmed over five separate shooting incidents between May 14th and 24th in Castries East. Mayor Francis pledged to deploy …

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25th Homicide Victim Shot 3 Times

Homicide victim Kim Isidore, police investigators confirm, sustained three gunshot wounds in the torso during an apparent targeted shooting by a masked gunman on May 24th. According to police, Isidore was seated in a parked vehicle at Green Gold, Cacoa between 7:30 pm and 8 pm when the shooting occurred.  …

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Diabetes Foundation for Youth ‘Pins’ SLHTA

On May 25th, the Diabetes Foundation for Youth [DFY] officially pinned Chief Executive Officer of the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association [SLHTA], Noorani Azeez, as a key personality assisting with the fight against diabetes. Percious Prospere, Vice President of DFP expressed gratitude for attracting support from one of Saint …

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Haitian Community receives donation from ECTEL

Managing Director of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) Embert Charles has handed over a donation of electronic communications equipment and furniture to the Arcahaie (pronounced Lakayé in creole) community to the north of the Haitian capital, Port au Prince. ECTEL Managing Director Embert Charles accompanied by the staff of …

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More Firms Set to Get Angel Investment

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, May 25, 2017 — The Caribbean Export Development Agency hosted the inaugural Caribbean Angel Investor Forum in Montego Bay on May 12, 2017.  The event, which attracted some of the region’s most influential business people, came together to lay the foundation for a more buoyant and active Angel …

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FLOW SUPPORTS NCF NATIONAL TELETHON

Flow and the National Community Foundation (NCF) are teaming up once again, for the 2017 NCF National Telethon. Saint Lucia’s leading telecoms provider, Flow, is the official telecommunications sponsor of the 14th edition of the National Telethon, which is scheduled for Sunday May 28th 2017. The company is contributing free …

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