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Here is today’s question: SHOULD DR. UBALDUS RAYMOND CONTINUE SERVING AS A SENATOR DURING HIS LEAVE PERIOD? 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 …
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The commission of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States has paid tribute to outgoing ambassador of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela accredited to the OECS Her Exellency Leiff Escalona. The ambassador who presented her diplomatic credentials to the OECS on the 6th June 2013, departed Saint Lucia on Monday 15th April, after more than five …
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Rodney Heights Aquatic Centre went all out from April 11th to April 15th to celebrate the 20th Annual RHAC Invitational Swim Meet.  The event has been held for 20 years consecutively under the theme “Friendship through Competition” which is a record in itself. For this momentous affair, Dr. Diane Worrell and her team put together …
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The Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church in Saint Lucia has urged an end to immoral behaviour in a message to mark the observance of Easter. “The message of Easter must encourage all of us, as a nation to put an end to all immoral behaviors that affect the development of our country,” observed Seth […]

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CNN:– Cocaine trafficking from Venezuela to the United States is soaring, even as the country collapses. And US and other regional officials say it’s Venezuela’s own military and political elite who are facilitating the passage of drugs in and out of the country on hundreds of tiny, unmarked planes. A months-long CNN investigation traced the […]

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BBC News:– Former Peruvian President Alan García has died after shooting himself as police arrived at his home to arrest him over bribery allegations. Mr García was rushed to hospital in the capital, Lima. His death was confirmed by current President Martín Vizcarra. A crowd of supporters gathered outside the hospital and were held back by […]

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