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Health officials are focusing on the dangers of tobacco to the lungs, as part of activities to mark World No Tobacco Day on May 31st 2019. Ahead of the annual observance, the Substance Abuse Unit held a press launch, to publicize the various components of an educational anti-tobacco campaign. They came armed with statistics that …
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Canada’s Niagara College has secured the winning bid in an initiative the assist the government of Saint Lucia to address gender equality concerns. Representatives from the educational institution met members of the local press this week, to speak about the pillars of the project and why gender main-streaming cannot be ignored.  
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A local musical duo is appealing to show organizers to put more local acts on their line-ups. Rob Zii and Phyness spoke to HTS News4orce ahead of their May 5th Jazz in the yard performance. They say the annual jazz festivities provide an ideal platform for local musicians to show-case the best in Saint Lucian …
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The brazen daylight armed robbery on Monday, May 6 at Elcock’s shop in Morne D’or, Anse La Raye brings back memories of a fatal shooting that occurred at the same business place. Reports indicate that around 2:30 p.m.,  a car stopped at the shop and three masked individuals, all brandishing firearms, came out of the ...

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Press Release:- The Curriculum and Material Development Unit (CAMDU), within the Ministry of Education, recently hosted a discipline development seminar to sensitize the heads of Department of Education on positive discipline. CAMDU has been implementing effective disciplinary procedures in schools across the island throughout the years. Sophia Edwards-Gabriel, the acting Education Officer for CAMDU said: […]

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(TRINIDAD EXPRESS) — A fire officer has appeared before the court charged with setting a man on fire. Keron Rebeiro, whose brother is a police officer, appeared before Rio Claro senior magistrate Rae Roopchand. It was alleged that he caused grievous bodily harm to Raymond La Fortune in Moruga on Easter Monday. Another brother, fisherman ...

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CNN:-  A French man who has spent more than four months floating across the Atlantic Ocean in a giant orange barrel has arrived at his Caribbean destination. Jean-Jacques Savin set off from the Canary Islands, off the coast of Africa, on December 26, 2018 — heading west in a barrel-shaped capsule he’d built himself. Savin, 71 […]

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