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CITIZENS URGED TO PAY ATTENTION TO RAW FOODS AND MEAT

The Ministry of Health has issued some simple guidelines to the public on the issue of food safety.  Eating contaminated food can have serious health consequences, and in some cases death.  The ministry wants persons to follow the long-established guidelines on the issue of food safety.

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ECCB GOVERNOR REFLECTS

The Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) is talking up the region’s economy. The ECCU says it expects 2019 to be a good year for the region.

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FLOW SUES ECTEL

Telecommunications provider Flow is not taking lightly, the decision of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority, which granted the LTE license to Digicel and not to Flow. Flow wants the courts to revoke that decision which it says was unfairly arrived at.

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CANNABIS MOVEMENT REJECTS SVG MARIJUANA BILL

The advocates for the legalization of marijuana in St. Lucia are sounding a warning to government not to go the route of St. Vincent and The Grenadines. The local legalization lobby says the legislation enacted by St. Vincent and The Grenadines fails to address some very pertinent issues. The local legalization lobby …

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BATTERED ESS SECURITY GUARD RECOVERING

The family of the security guard battered while on duty at the Entrepot Secondary School, say he is making steady progress. Though the victim, George Goolaman may not be home for Christmas, his family is considering his recovery a yuletide blessing. Goolamans’ recovery has been remarkable.

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FATE OF GFL CHARLES AIRPORT DECIDED

The fate of the George F.L. Charles Airport is no longer hanging in the balance. The Minister for Ports Services Guy Joseph – a recent guest on Radio 100’s ‘Drive By’ with Russel Lake, says the city airport is an important component of the government’s developmental plans for the capital. The George …

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ST LUCIA REPRESENTED AT COP24

St. Lucia and other small island states were at the table at the recently concluded 24th conference of the parties to the United Nations framework convention on climate change (COP24) held in Poland. No less than the future of our planet was at stake, as parties debated on measures to be …

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POLICE OFFICER PUBLISHES PERSONAL SAFETY GUIDE

A law enforcement officer is continuing efforts to help members of the public remain safe. Sergeant of police attached to the Babonneau Police Station Shervon Matthew, has launched the second part to his handbook on personal safety. The law enforcement official unveiled his new book during a sit down with HTS News4orce …

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COURTS DELIVERS TO BABONNEAU PRIMARY

Courts Saint Lucia delivered on both its promises to the Babonneau primary school on Friday last week.  The local furniture and electrical super store completed a brand new sick bay for the school and on the same day, also hosted a Christmas party for the entire student body. 

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