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WASCO CITES TECHICAL ISSUE AS DRY PIPES PROMPT DISRUPTION OF SCHOOLING

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Water woes have continued to disrupt function at national establishments, with local schools the newest victim of dry pipes. In a series of unanticipated announcements students at some institutions within the District of Castries were required to depart from classrooms, due to an existing absence of water. Described as the result of technical challenges experienced by WASCO, the disruption has extended past the expected period of resolution.



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GUNFIRE ERUPTS IN THE CITY, EQUITY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE MINISTER OPTIMISTIC ABOUT CRIME REDUCTION

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With the involvement of various government and non- governmental organisations, Equity and Social Justice Minister, Joachim Henry has disclosed will deal more resolutely with the crime situation in Saint Lucia. Henry’s statement came hours prior to police response to reports of heavy gunfire in the capital on Wednesday, June 15th.

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SHOPPERS TAKE LONG QUEUES FOR SUGAR

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Shoppers complain about hour-long lines following the delivery of sugar at the government supply warehouse at Faux Au Chaux Sugar has been available at various shelves throughout the island on June 13th.

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OPENING SESSION – CDB MEETING OF GOVERNORS

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The 52ND annual meeting of the Caribbean Development Bank went underway at the Ritz Carlton on Host Island Turks and Caicos. Representing this station is News Director Jade Brown who will provide some insight into the highly anticipated weeklong event.

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