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VIRGIN ATLANTIC DEVELOPMENT

Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to increase the number of flights to Barbados. This announcement comes months following its decision to terminate its service to St. Lucia.

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MR LAKE ON BAHAMAS EXPERIENCE

Images are one thing, but being immersed in the environment is quite another. Officer Lucious Lake has been relating his experience on the ground in the affected islands of the northern Bahamas.

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NEW MARKET UPDATE

The mayor of Castries says the vendors will be at their new market in the coming weeks – he says the weather placed the project behind schedule.

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SMC BULLY HAS PUBLIC CONCERNED

A video of an incident on a bus transporting students of the St. Mary’s college has generated a fair amount of reaction in the community. In the video a boy who appears to be senior is seen attacking a small student.

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MICOULD SECONDARY VISITS COMFORT BAY

The Micoud secondary school is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a set of activities designed to bring joy and relief particularly to the elderly. The students of the school paid a visit on the senior residential home comfort bay.

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AMBER GUYGER FOUND GUILTY

We begin tonight with a measure of relief for the Botham Jean family. After one year of campaigning for justice for the shooting death of Botham Jean in his Dallas apartment, the family and supporters of their cause received the outcome for which they had long pleaded. The jury on …

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ALLISON JEAN SPEAKS ON VERDICT

The mother of Botham Jean took the witness stand following the delivery of the guilty verdict, telling the court and the world about the impact of her son’s untimely death on her and her family.

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SLP ELECTIONS

There is a change in the deputy leadership position of the St. Lucia labour party. On Saturday the party held elections for its first and second deputy leaders. The voting was done through secret ballot. The member for Castries south dr. Ernest Hilaire was elected to the post of first …

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