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The Seventh Day Adventist class of 83 has come together to lend support to their Alma mater. The class of 83 wants to help in ways that will make a difference to the school, as well as showing appreciation to the teachers who helped mold them.  
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A former president of the Civil Service Association has come out in high praise of the public sector unions for the way in which they handled the negotiations with the government.  
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Police investigators have made a major breakthrough in the investigations into the July 20th fatal shooting at Pavee. About four men – among them two teenagers were at a bar at Pavee during the early morning of Saturday 20th July, when a lone assailant armed with a gun and walked up to the unsuspecting men. …
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We want to know: Do you support the call for Caribbean governments to adopt a regional approach to negotiations with big businesses where relevant? 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). …
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Saint Lucia’s National Security Minister has called on members of the public not to challenge police officers in the execution of their duties. Hermangild Francis was speaking to reporters Monday on his first day back on the job after three months during which he underwent successful medical treatment overseas. Francis disclosed that upon his return […]

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Monday morning welcomed Minister of Home Affairs, Legal Affairs and National Security, Hermangild Francis back to work. Francis had been on leave for the past three months while undergoing medical treatment overseas. At a news conference, the minister thanked various persons including his friends in New York, Doctor Christy Daniel who […]

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The Saint Lucia Met Office is concerned that overzealous reports about the weather are giving people the wrong impression. Meteorological Officer Andre Joyeux explained that at times persons become ‘overzealous’ and report on a simple issue but sensationalise it by giving it more significance than it actually has. Joyeux told St Lucia Times that in […]

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Press Release:– Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. August 2, 2019—The University of the West Indies (UWI) and the University of Glasgow have signed the first ever agreement for slavery reparations since British Emancipation in 1838. The £20 million agreement was signed at the Regional Headquarters of The UWI in Kingston, Jamaica on July 31, 2019 by Vice-Chancellor,  Professor […]

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Guyana Chronicle:- THE government, backed by civil society, is urging the Opposition People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) to return to the National Assembly to extend the period for the holding of elections in accordance with the Constitution. Article 106 (7) of the Constitution allows for the three-month period for the holding of elections, subsequent to the passage […]

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