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WEEKEND RAINS DRENCHED SAINT LUCIA

The Saint Lucia Met Service Recorded More Than Five Inches Of Rainfall Over The Weekend. The Downpours Triggered Landslides, Flash Flooding And In One Incident, Swept Away A Vehicle. Flooding Forced Residents In Malgretoute, Micoud Out Of Their Homes And Invaded Houses In The Low Lying Dennery Village. HTS News4orce …

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MICOUD PROWLER IN CUSTODY AFTER ATTEMPT ON SENIOR

A Senior Micoud Resident Says She Fought Off An Intruder After He Allegedly Tried To Lure Her Out Of Her Home Last Saturday Night. The Accused Is Reportedly In Police Custody After What One Resident Claims Was The Latest In A Series Of Attacks On Elderly Older Micoud Women.

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SLU GOVERNMENT EXPLORES AGRICULTURE OPPORTUNITIES IN TAIWAN

Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph And Minister In The Ministry Of Agriculture Herod Stanislas Recently Met With Key Members Of The International Cooperation And Development Fund (ICDF). The Taiwan Meeting Explored Opportunities For St. Lucia’s Agriculture Sector. Agro-Processing And Value-Added Initiatives Were Among The Topics Discussed.

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HEAVY RAINS BLAMED FOR VH COLLAPSED CEILING

Victoria Hospital Is Reporting No Injuries From A Collapsed Ceiling On The Maternity Ward’s Nurses Quarters. Acting Executive Director Brenda Calixte Blamed The Incident On Heavy Rains Which She Explained Further Strained Already “Compromised” Infrastructure.

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EARTH SCIENCE WEEK 2018 FOCUSES ON GEOLOGICAL HARZARDS

The 2018 Earth Science Week Has Been Officially Launched. This Year’s Activities Are Designed To Foster Greater Awareness Of Geological Hazards. They Are Being Spearheaded By The National Emergency Management Organization (Nemo) And UWI Seismic Research Center. The 2018 Theme Is “Earth As Inspiration.”

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NEMO IMPLORES CITIZENS TO BE CAUTIOUS

Meanwhile, The National Emergency Management Organization (Nemo) Is Rethinking Its Public Education Strategy On Natural Disasters, To Ensure Citizens Take An ‘All-Hazards Approach’ To Preparedness. This After Citizens Claimed That They Were Not Adequately Informed Of The Tropical Wave Over The Weekend.

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GIVEAWAY OPPORTUNITY

We’re doing a giveaway of for tickets to the ICC Women’s World T20 finals in Antigua. All you have to do is correctly answer all our questions here on facebook this week to be entered into the giveaway!   QUESTION 1: What teams are scheduled to play in St. Lucia …

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REMEMBRANCE DAY 2018

The Sacrifices Of Those Who Volunteered For Service In The Two World Wars Were Remembered On Friday With A Special Ceremony In The Town Of Vieux Fort. Remembrance Day Is Officially Observed On The 11th Day, Of The 11th Month Of Each Year. Friday’s Ceremony In Vieux Fort Was Held …

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TOURIST DIES AFTER CAR PLUMMETS OVER HILLSIDE

We Begin Tonight With Another Road Fatality This Time In The Community Of Anse La Raye On Thursday.Four French Nationals Visiting St. Lucia From The United States For A Wedding, Encountered Tragedy While Navigating The Road That Leads To The Ti Kaye Resort In Anse La Raye. Three Of The …

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CCSS ALUMNI OPPOSE PROPOSED RELOCATION TALKS

Generations of past students of the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School [CCSS] have made it clear to the Allen Chastanet led Cabinet, that “we shall not move”. Although no decision has been announced by the government, CCSS alumni have planned an ‘urgent meeting’ slated for November 10th to discuss proposed relocation …

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REPAIR & AIR QUALITY WORKS COMPLETED AT SALCC

Meanwhile, The Labor Ministry Has Issued An All Clear And Classes Have Resumed At The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC). On October 25th And 26th, Lecturers Reportedly Feeling Ill And Did Not Show Up For Classes, Leaving Irate Students Demanding Answers. The Following Week, They Staged A Protest On …

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