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HOMELESS FAMILY SEEKS ASSISTANCE

A Micoud family who lost their home to a court ordered demolition are still without a roof over their heads over two weeks later. With some of their possessions exposed to the elements, they remain at the mercy of neighbours and relatives to get by.

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FARMER’S VEHICLE TORCHED

A Blanchard resident suspects foul play after his vehicle went up in flames in the wee hours of Monday May 10th 2021. The struggling farmer who is dumbfounded by the malicious act, says the loss of the vehicle has only compounded his financial woes.

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FRANCIS RESPONSE TO SLP CALLS FOR IMPACS CLARIFICATION

Minster for national security Hermangild Francis wasted no time in answering the SLP’s call for clarification on the status of the IMPACS probe. The Vieux Fort south hopeful continues to point the finger of blame at former prime minister dr. Kenny Anthony. While promising action on the matter, senator Francis …

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PIERRE TO RENAME HRDC BUILDING AFTER ROMANUS LANISQUOT

Leader of the parliamentary opposition and Castries East MP, Philip J. Pierre has vowed that if elected to govern, to rename the Entrepot human resource centre to commemorate the contribution of Romanus Lansiquot. Pierre argues that it would be a fitting tribute given that the centre was the brain-child of …

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RICA JONGUE-REMY CALLED TO THE BAR

A wife and mother of three who had to overcome tremendous adversity has a full-filled a life-long ambition to become an attorney. This story of triumph forged by an unfortunate attack on a loved one.

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“RAS IPA” CONDEMNS CALLS FOR JOACHIM HENRY’S ARREST

A call for the arrest of former senator Joachim Henry by one concerned citizen, has elicited swift condemnation by the president of the empirical Ethiopian world federation incorporated. Allegations of double standards have been levelled in the wake of the confrontation at the SDA church in Forestiere.

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NATIONAL TRUST TAKES GOV’T TO COURT

The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is pursuing legal action against the state over the demolition of the royal gaol. The chair of the trust says the SLNT is seeking a declaration of wrong-doing and costs of punitive damages.

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CONCERNS OVER STATE OF EMERGENCY LINGER

Despite the resolution extending the covid-19 state of emergency in the house of assembly, the opposition Saint Lucia labour party and concerned citizens continue to harbour reservations about the measure. Notwithstanding their differences, members of both sides of the aisle encouraged Saint Lucians to get vaccinated and follow the protocols.

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