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The President and Chief Executive Officer of Overseas Private Investment Corporation OPIC, David Bohigian is part of a team on a short visit to St. Lucia. The visit was made possible by United States President Donald Trump, who made the promise to Prime Minister Allen Chastanet during his recent visit to the USA to meet President …
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The leader of the opposition Phillip J. Pierre is standing his ground in his call for minister Guy Joseph to account for the commitment letter, which appears to bear his signature. Pierre says the government is duty bound to investigate the matter and take action against Joseph, if he indeed signed that letter.  
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The HTS News4orce report of a man at Fond St. Jacques, Soufriere, holding a dead Fer-De-Lance has attracted regional attention. On Wednesday HTS News4orce spoke to forestry and wild-life officers about the deadly Viper which is only found in St. Lucia. Some forestry officials say that the time has come for consideration to be given to …
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Here is today’s question: Should the Fer-De-Lance snake be protected by law like the Boa Constrictor? Voting is easy! Just log on to HTSSTLUCIA.ORG or Facebook at HTS ST. LUCIA OFFICIAL and vote! You can also send your response via text or Whatsapp to 584-4HTS. That’s (584-4487). For FLOW handset owners, here’s a reminder of …
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The Dunnottar school band has been enjoying success over the past few months, playing at hotels and various functions. On International Bio-Diversity Day the band played at the official function hosted by the OECS Commission and other partners.  
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CNN:– The stress of senior year can be overwhelming. Combine that with challenges at home, and it can derail any high school student’s academic career. Memphis high school senior Tupac Mosley maintained a 4.3 GPA, scored a 31 on his ACT, and was named valedictorian — all while dealing with the death of his father […]

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE, United States Virgin Islands (CMC) — A judge of the Superior Court of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) has dismissed an appeal by the cash-strapped regional airline, LIAT, against a US$1.55 million in damages awarded to a former employee. Justice Douglas A Brady in his ruling said that “the totality of the […]

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