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A 51-year-old Castries business-man has Become Saint Lucia’s 6th homicide victim for 2019, after being shot multiple times by armed bandits who raided his business. The incident occurred on Wednesday night near the intersection of Cedars and Water-Works Road Castries. The victim’s grieving wife says it was just after 8:00 pm, when she heard gunshots …
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Here is today’s question: DO YOU THINK THE FIRE SERVICE ASSOCIATION WAS TOO HASTY IN TAKING STRIKE ACTION? 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 720-4022. For FLOW handset owners, here’s a reminder of your special voting …
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Florida based Carnival Cruise Lines has abruptly cancelled all future port stops in Antigua and Barbuda. In a statement issued on Wednesday, Carnival officials said the Antigua government has taken steps which show that it does not want their cruise line and guests. They said they are going to more welcoming destinations. Tourism officials in …
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Bank of Saint Lucia recently partnered with the 2018 youth ambassador for St. Lucia to host a women’s empowerment workshop for students of secondary schools and the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC). The workshop took place at the Financial Center on Bridge Street, Castries on March 8th – International Women’s Day.  
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The new leadership of the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organisation for music rights (ECCO Inc) is charting a new course for the organisation. Recently appointed Chief Executive Officer Davis Joseph, is hoping that members will embrace this vision for a re-vamped ECCO.
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Wednesday brought another day of confusion for parents who were not sure whether schools would be open, after two days without formal instruction and in the throes industrial unrest. However, the acting Chief Education Officer is making it clear, that schools have been opened from Tuesday, despite low attendance records.  
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