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November 10th 2015 Remembrance Day 2015

In November, countries around the world host events to honor those who fought in the great wars. On Sunday, members of the royal St. Lucia police force and the fire service, along with the Saint Lucia cadet corps, participated in the annual Remembrance Day parade.

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November 11th EPoll With Rehani Isidore

November 6th 2015 Epoll With Rehani Isidore Posted on November 6, 2015 by Rehani Isidore . Today in the HTS E-Poll Rehani asks, Will the proposed peace talks with Allen Chastanet and the aggrieved UWP membership help to end the infighting? Tell us what you think.. Visit Htsstlucia.org to cast …

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November 10th 2015 Protecting The Mangroves

The fisheries department is continuing its drive to enhance people’s understanding and appreciation for the value of the Pointe Sable Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA). The campaign hopes to change attitudes and behaviors for a more positive impact on mangroves.

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November 10th 2015 The Perennial Littering Problem

Last week’s heavy rains have reignited concerns about littering in the city. The flood waters flushed mountains of plastic litter from drains. Littering continues to be a big and costly environmental problem and officials of the solid waste management authority are reiterating appeals to members of the public to keep …

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November 10th 2015 Prime Minister Talks Tourism Triumphs

‘no compromise in standards and, guarantee value for money’; the prime minister’s advice to the hotel sector delivering guest remarks at a staff awards ceremony at the windjammer landing resort on the weekend. Dr. Kenny Anthony urged St. Lucian hoteliers to actively pursue excellence as competition in the regional and …

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November 10th 2015 Emma On Violence Against Women

Meanwhile Member of Parliament for the Gros Islet constituency Emma Hippolyte says the uptick in sexual assaults in Saint Lucia should not be condoned. Speaking outside a sitting of the house of assembly Hippolyte says the time has come for in-depth discussion on dealing with sexual assault.

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November 9th 2015 NEMO Update On Adverse Weather Conditions

The National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) is conducting its official assessment following Friday’s trough and subsequent rains. School was called on Monday out of an abundance of caution. The organization’s director says while officials are still compiling data for the final report, it is clear that the system caused a …

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November 9th 2015 GFL Reopens After Aircraft Crash Lands

Now to that airplane incident at Vigie. Hummingbird air has grounded all flights until further notice. The move follows a ‘landing incident’ at the George F.L. Charles airport, on November 9th. Emergency responders dispatched Sunday morning after the plane veered off the runway. Hummingbird air has grounded all flights until …

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November 9th 2015 Epoll With Rehani Isidore

November 6th 2015 Epoll With Rehani Isidore Posted on November 6, 2015 by Rehani Isidore . Today in the HTS E-Poll Rehani asks,Should civilians be allowed to wear camouflage clothing? Tell us what you think.. Visit Htsstlucia.org to cast your vote. ‪#‎HTSEPOLL

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November 9th 2015 Farmers Talk Climate Change

The impact of climate change on agriculture is one of the key talking points at the inaugural Caribbean pacific Agri-Food Forum, taking place in Barbados. Participants say no link in the agriculture value chain is being spared from the impacts of climate change. Alison Kentish reports from Bridgetown.

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November 9th 2015 2nd Caribbean Agri-Business Forum Day 4

The Caribbean agribusiness association, the ACP-EU technical Center for agricultural and rural cooperation and the inter-American institute for cooperation on agriculture (IICA) convened day one of the two-day Caribbean agribusiness forum in Barbados on Thursday. Alison Kentish spoke to the eastern Caribbean states ambassador to the European Union Dr. Len …

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November 7th 2015 Digicel Business Report With Jade Brown

In this weeks Business Report the Association of Management Consultants Saint Lucia limited AMCS has announced nine members recently received international certification to become certified management consultants. Dr. Claudius Preville is a certified management consultant who runs his own firm out of Saint Lucia Preville and associates consulting group. He …

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