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TWO SIDES TO A STORY

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A leading figure involved in the credit union movement says there are two sides to a story. Zephryn Francis was speaking in relation to a recent homicide in which a police officer is a person of interest. He believes despite the situation police officers are looking out for their interest. The remarks were made during the Police Credit Union Annual General Meeting. The meeting was held at the Castries City Hall on Wednesday. Francis was one of the regulators at that meeting. senior News correspondent has that story.

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“Removed” Street vendors protest

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Sidewalk vendors protested after being evicted by City Police, Friday December 19. The vendors were reported to have been obstructing the entrance of the Blue Coral Mall located at William Peter Boulevard. The police intervention did not go down well with the vendors.SHOW LESS

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CCC MONITORING CHRISTMAS TIME STREET VENDING

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The Castries Constituency Council says it is keeping a close on the sidewalk congestion. Officials say they’ve already received complaints against city street vendors and is considering its options to regulate sidewalk vending.

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CHOISEUL GETS ITS FIRST MAJOR SUPERMARKET

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Choiseul residents won’t have to make the 30 minute drive to Vieux-Fort just to go grocery shopping. After years of negotiating with local businessman Bryan Daher, regional supermarket giant Massy Stores has set up shop in the south western constituency. Mr. Daher credited an unlikely source for convincing Massy Stores management to make a new home in Choiseul.

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