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[PRESS RELEASE] The Saint Lucia National Trust (SLNT) is saddened by the destruction of the colonial-era historic ‘Glasgow’ townhouse and other nearby properties, which were burnt by fire during the early morning of Tuesday 30th October, 2018. The Glasgow House was located at the north-eastern corner of the junctions of Mary-Ann and Broglie Streets, in Castries. …
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In dramatic video now viral on social media, armed men aboard a sea vessel intercepted another passenger-filled boat during an alleged attack. It remains unclear, if any passengers or crew members were hurt during the incident. HTS News4orce understands that law enforcement officials are aware of the over the water confrontation and have launched an …
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The Folk Research Center held the prize giving ceremony for the contestants of the 2018 La Wen Kweyol pageant. The show was hosted on October 20th and is a staple on Saint Lucia’s creole heritage month calendar of activities.
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Reaction continues to pour in after the devastating Bexon auto crash on Tuesday October 30th. Fergusson Donnelly age 32, and guardian to the three young children involved in the crash, all sustained severe bodily injuries. Officials have confirmed that three of the victims including Donnelly succumbed at hospital. His youngest – a six-year-old boy has …
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Members of the Charlemagne family are pressing on, despite eviction from the La Clery CDC public housing unit this week. The family was among the last remaining tenants in the unit, which is currently being demolished and earmarked for development. Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne have spent the last two nights in their vehicle, but say …
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Two children aged nine and three are among the dead after a pick-up truck veered out of control and careened into a parked trailer truck on the Bexon highway. The driver of the pick-up also sustained fatal injuries.  The only survivor – a critically injured six-year-old boy has since been airlifted to neighbouring Martinique where doctors …
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ABC & AP:–  New York police are investigating the deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters whose bodies were found duct-taped together on the bank of the Hudson River last week. They have been identified as Tala Faera, 16, and Rotana Farea, 22, by police, who said the sisters were found fully clothed without any obvious signs of […]

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Fox News:-  A Tennessee death row inmate chose pickled pig knuckles and pig tails as his last meal before a scheduled execution by electric chair Thursday, officials said. Edmund Zagorski, who was sentenced in 1984 to die for killing two men during a drug deal, will be delivered the meal Thursday prior to being put to […]

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Newsday:-  INTERNATIONAL cricketer and entertainer Dwayne Bravo will release a new song, Done The War, as well as a video, this week. Bravo made this disclosure during an interview on Tuesday at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair. Bravo gained global prominence for his 2016 release Champion, which coincided with the victorious campaigns for both […]

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Reuters:–  ROME ? An Italian court on Wednesday sentenced former national soccer star Vincenzo Iaquinta to two years in jail and his father, Giuseppe, to 19 years at the end of a trial of almost 150 people for alleged mafia links. Iaquinta was found guilty of a firearms’ offense but the judge dismissed accusations that […]

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