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The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority (SLTA) has welcomed plans for the redevelopment of  Hewanorra International Airport. Construction of the new airport is slated to begin early in 2019 with the goal of having the facility fully operational by the end of 2020, the SLTA revealed in a news release. “The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority is […]

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(CMC) – Director of the South West Regional Health Authority, Albert Persaud, says an investigation has been launched into the circumstances that led to the death of a 26 year old woman just days after giving birth. It’s reported that Maquad­er Mar­tin died on the floor near the bathroom area of the maternity ward of ...

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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 on Thursday.
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Did you know that in 1929 a Child Welfare Association was formed in Castries? Did you know government scholarships to St. Mary’s College commenced in 1906? Did you know on February 16, 1906 that a severe earthquake was felt throughout St. Lucia? It was strongest in the northern section of the island and there was ...

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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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The Government Island-Wide Network (GINET) free Wi-Fi service project was recently launched in Castries. The general public, tourists and businesses will be able to use Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) in public areas, including government agencies, schools and rural areas.
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