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Activist Bemoans Low-Key Girl Child Day Observance

A local women’s rights activist has expressed her disappointment in what she believes is the nation’s lack-luster observance of International Day of The Girl Child. Since 2012, October 11th has been marked as the international day of the girl.  

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Footballers to Protest Entertainment Events at The Sab

Football enthusiasts are planning to hold a march on Thursday in protest of the use of the Sab playing field at Vigie for the hosting of entertainment events. Members of the Castries Football Council are reportedly up in arms over sharing the venue with non-sporting activities.

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Address by Opposition Leader at SLP Conference of Delegates

PRESS RELEASE:  “Working together to save our country from a reckless and uncaring government” Salutations Introduction My brothers and sisters we meet here today in the constituency of Vieux Fort South a stronghold of Labour. The people of the south have elected the Saint Lucia Labour Party in five consecutive …

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GIS – ECSC encourages public to learn about courts

The ECSC formally opened its 50th Anniversary Exhibition at the Castries City Hall on Monday, Oct. 9. Chief Justice, Her Ladyship Hon. Dame Janice M. Pereira, described the exhibition as a unique opportunity to fully appreciate a remarkable institution that has diligently served the citizens of the Eastern Caribbean. “The …

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Celestial Self Development Centre and National Competitiveness and Productivity Council Observe Productivity Awareness Week

PRESS RELEASE: Move your team “Beyond Effectiveness” and help them learn how to survive, thrive, and excel at making intentional and consistent high value decisions! Celestial Self Development Centre, franchise owner of FranklinCovey East Caribbean has partnered with National Competitiveness and Productivity Council (NCPC) to celebrate Saint Lucia Productivity Awareness …

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LPM Challenges Local Religious Leaders

PRESS RELEASE: Fearing there may be a direct link between the adverse economic situation in the country, and the sharp rise in suicide cases, the leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement (LPM), Therold Prudent, has issued a call to the religious community to accept a greater role in calming the …

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Courts and Lensyl Donate to St Lucy’s Home

PRESS RELEASE:-Local furniture and electrical superstore Courts, has partnered with Regional Furniture supplier Lensyl Products Limited once again to donate fifteen brand new mattresses to the residents  of the St Lucy’s home, Cornerstone and Villa St Joseph respectively. Courts Team along with representative from Lensyl at Cornerstone This donation forms …

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Mary Francis Says Stop Crime Not Lives

A local Human Rights Advocate wants authorities to stop crime and not lives. Mary Francis’ call is in keeping with the theme for the 2017 observance of world day against the death penalty – “poverty and justice a deadly mix”. The attorney is continuing her crusade to have the death …

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SMHAT Mental Health Day Walk

The Spartan Health Science University commemorated World Mental Health Day with its annual walk. Medical students walked from the campus grounds to the Scotia Bank parking lot. This year, the university wants mental health patients to realize that that they can still survive and thrive in society in spite of …

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Dominica – Relief, Recovery, Rebuilding

A little over three weeks after Dominica was hit by the full-force of category 5 Hurricane Maria, the country is preparing for a shift from relief to recovery. A major part of that process involves bringing food and housing supplies to Dominica’s 72,000 residents. An HTS news team is back …

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Ravine Touterelle Family Concerned About their Home

One Ravine Touterelle family is seeking urgent intervention from authorities to save their home of many years. They say their residence is precariously perched on riverbank and is one the verge of slipping into the waterway following the recent heavy rains associated with the very active hurricane season.  

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