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Former Top Cop On Cannabis

A former top cop says marijuana legislation has ruined the lives of many of the nation’s young men. His sentiments come on the heels of comments made by retired justice Albert Redhead as quoted in the Antigua observer recently. Redhead contends that individuals caught with a marijuana cigarette or ‘joint” …

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VF Police Work To Reduce Truancy Rate

Vieux-fort police officers are working on building relations with the community Law officers joined efforts with various groups in the south to improve student attendance at educational facilities.

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HMIS Launched At Ti Rocher Wellness Centre

In its push for universal health-care, the health ministry plans to install health information management systems at facilities around Saint Lucia. This month, the data-base was implemented at Ti-Rocher, Micoud. It creates an environment where only one record exists for one patient.

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JetBlue Pilot Gives Back

A JetBlue Airways Pilot has been on a special mission in Saint Lucia. Neil Justin has been visiting schools on the island giving lectures and encouraging young people to follow their dreams.

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SLTU Meets New Education Minister

The president of the Saint Lucia teacher’s union is optimistic about the future following meetings with the newly appointed minister for education. A former lecturer at the University of the West Indies, Micoud North MP Dr. Gale Rigobert was selected to head the education ministry following the united worker’s party’s …

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District Two Does it Again

Education district two has a lot to be proud of in 2016. Students from two schools in the district captured three of the top ten places at this year’s common entrance examinations.  

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Inaugural EDF Event In Soufriere

Reigning groovy soca monarch Arthur Allain has attempted to close the carnival deficit in his home town of Soufriere with a unique cooler fete rave at the Soufriere mini-stadium. Bajan soca star Lil’ Rick headlined the concert and HTS News4orce was there.

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Training For Caribbean Energy Service Companies

Energy service companies in the Caribbean are getting help from some of the world’s foremost energy agencies, as the region taps into renewable energy sources. A three-day exercise exploring issues such as energy efficiency and the scope for renewable energy projects in the market began in Saint Lucia on Monday …

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Isaac Clarifies Statement On New Hospital

The island’s health Minister has responded to criticism of her recent rave reviews of the new Owen King EU National Hospital. Senator Mary Isaac toured the health facility on June 24th in order to update and acquaint herself with the progress in preparation for its opening.

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Tevin Shepard Returns from UK Mission

The Queen of the United Kingdom presented awards to exceptional young leaders in the Commonwealth. Saint Lucia’s very own Tevin Sheppard was one of the recipients. Back from his trip, he wishes to inspire other young people.

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