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Non-profit organization Live 2 Soar, in collaboration with the department of education, will host the 2nd annual just-fly youth symposium on Wednesday and Thursday in the north and south of Saint Lucia respectively. Organizers say that about 600 students will benefit from this career development initiative.  
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Press Release:- Tuesday April 2, 2019 is recognized internationally as World Autism Day. The Ministry of Education, Innovation, Gender relations and Sustainable Development is pleased to join the international community in recognizing this day to raise awareness of people affected by this disorder. Persons with autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) experience challenges in three (3) […]

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NBC News:- WASHINGTON — With Pete Buttigieg’s campaign saying he raised an impressive $7 million in the first fundraising quarter, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is looking more and more like a significant factor in the 2020 Democratic primary. The main knock on his candidacy may be his lack of statewide or federal elected experience […]

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Quick thinking and action by witnesses and the police helped to nab a phone snatcher in the city centre on Tuesday morning. The robber pounced on an unsuspecting Italian national and was running off with the visitor’s cell phone, when a group of locals gave chase and managed to detain him.    
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Castries Mayor Peterson Francis maintains that once the police commissioner has given a city police officer the oath of office, that officer can carry out arrests across Saint Lucia. The Police Welfare Association has criticized legislation that allows city police to extend their reach outside their municipality. Mayor Francis is calling for an end to …
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Here’s what’s coming up in the HTS News4orce tonight, for Tuesday the 2nd of April.   The Police Welfare Association (PWA) takes a strong stance against the legislation broadening the powers of the City Constabulary. The PWA president Travis Chicot wants the new law repealed.   The Mayor of Castries says the new powers are …
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