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  • Dominica tour of duty

    02 September 2015
    St. Lucia servicemen helping in search and rescue operations in Dominica after tropical storm Erika have providing invaluable assistance. The servicemen met Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Kenny Anthony during his tour yesterday of the storm-ravaged country. Dr. Anthony said the men were in good spirits and their work is very-much appreciated. Tropical Storm Erika may have claimed about 35 lives and displaced hundreds in Dominica during its onslaught on the country last Thursday. The update on casualties was given by Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit to Dr. Anthony, following an aerial aboard a T...
  • St. Lucia withdraws as CYG host

    02 September 2015
    A combination of unforeseen issues, including the state of the George Odlum Stadium and the downturn in the economy, has forced the St. Lucia Government to withdraw its decision to host the Commonwealth Youth Games in 2017.   Prime Minister and Minister of finance, Hon. Dr Kenny Anthony, made the announcement in a nationwide address last night.   He said St. Kitts and Nevis was one of the countries proposed as joint hosts in view of the issues encountered by St. Lucia.   Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony announcing St. Lucia’s inability to host the Commonwealth Youth Game...
  • Fishermen rescued

    02 September 2015
    The Consulate General of Saint Lucia in New York announced yesterday the successful rescue at sea of three Saint Lucian nationals. The three are Lindel Ericson Allen, 30, of Goodlands; Antoine Jn Marie, 53, of Desrisseaux, Micoud; and Cirven Griffen, 28, of La Toc Road, Castries. The men had been missing at sea for almost seven days.  
  • PM visits storm-hit Dominica

    01 September 2015
    Prime Minister , Hon. Dr. Kenny D. Anthony departed the state Tuesday morning, September 1 for a visit to the Commonwealth of Dominica, where he will meet with Prime Minister, Hon. Roosevelt Skerrit, and observe first-hand the devastation from the passage of Tropical Storm Erika on Wednesday, August 26, 2015. The Government of Saint Lucia was swift to respond to the plight of its Caribbean neighbour. The Royal Saint Lucia Police Force despatched a team to support the Dominica police, with supplies from the National Emergency Management Organisation (NEMO) and the Ministry of Health. NEMO ha...
  • Suicide awareness month begins

    01 September 2015
    Unconfirmed reports are circulating that a man from the community of Babonneau took his life however the Royal St. Lucia Police Force was unable to confirm the details when reached.  Amid the alleged suicide reports, St. Lucia is observing Suicide Awareness month in September 2015. The Wellness Center in collaboration with the Ministry of Health came together to plan a month of activities for Suicide Awareness Day, to inform the general public on the mental illness, eliminate discrimination and reach to those suffering in silence.  Director of Turning Point Ms Joanna Joseph spok...
  • Soufriere Compre School Rewards

    01 September 2015
    Three retired teachers have designed and executed a  motivational learning programme for their former school – the Soufriere Comprehensive Secondary School.   The programme encourages the participation and involvement of students, teachers and parents in the learning efforts of the students through motivation and tangible incentives.   Mr Innocent Aimable, one of the founders of the programme, tells RSL 97 News that he and his colleagues created the programme because they were not happy with what obtained at the school.   Mr Aimable says the teachers received beauty...

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Guest_2211: Couldn't agree more with Shelton's comments about the parliament's reaction to the commission's report. I thought the ministers were often childish, myopic, shortsighted and steeped in self-interest as against taking a long-game, holistic view of what is in the best interest of the country.
Guest_2211: On the issue of the storm impact in Dominica, I thought it was a really poor editorial choice on the part of HTS News not to lead with the flooding in Dominica last night. Instead they led with a story about two media workers who got killed in the US and the impact to us here and precaution stations here should take. Dominica is our neighbor, our sister isle even, they are our OECS neighbor and that story should absolutely have been the lead story. IMO.
Guest_2211: :) :) :) BUT I DID end with "IMO". Not dictating at all...but it's hard to see how that story was not the lead one. Hard to see how someone consciously chose to lead with something else. Again, my opinion. Not dictating. :)
Guest_1896: I just logged on excuse me! I was reading something about the Police.... my take is the entire police force should be given the pink slip and start rebuilding from scratch all of them are so corrupted. I'm sorry but that's my take. Beat it.......
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Guest_8863: Hi Good Morning...just to let you guys know that for the past few weeks I have not been getting RSL on 97.7 ..in Vieux Fort...I'm missing my programs.90 mins..IPI etc...
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Guest_2550: Good mornign Shelton, please ask your guest about the Fod St Jacques road in Soufriere
Guest_2550: He already answered that
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slu: When ever we driving a Motor Vehicle/Motor bikes we should have our license and insurance card with us..My question is how we solve that problem,sometimes your insurance expired before your drivers license,do that driver still have a rights to be operate on the road?
Guest_4033: Listening to Mr Wilson explain that the land owner is responsible for trimming overhanging branches is very scary! We are talking about threats to life and we leave it up to the person who owns the land? Some of those people don't own a car, or even the ownership of the land is questionable. This is too important to leave it to the fancies of the land owner. Please do not leave the lives of my loved ones in the hands of land owners.
Davidson: I call it cost 2 drive.....Having (Toll Roads ) every village or twon we drive thru we should pay a fee, this should help repair our roads....increasing the price on license,might not work....
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Guest_1946: The thing is in St Lucia we pay more but NEVER see the benefits the increases are supposed to bring. Take VAT for instance. The whole nation was in uproar (and I understand) when it was proposed and it was touted as a way to ensure that taxes were comprehensively collected. We have wasted buildings, our hospital;s CANNOT finish and VAT apparently has not raised the intended revenue so we have to introduce more taxes on an already financially strapped and highly unemployed populace. I do not see a light at the end of the tunnel.
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Guest_5786: Not sure if this has been asked before. But can your guest inform us of success stories with suicide prevention. Has the system, hotline etc, been able to successfully prevent any suicides.
Cicerongirl: Good afternoon Shayne. Can you please play Conqueror from Empire soundtrack. Thanks much :)
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Cornelius H: Good morning Shelton, Shayne, Sue, Lisa, and Nadia. I may be wrong, but I remember Sue calling 90 minutes to speak about the garbage problem at Marigot. Today, hearing that Sue and then others are tackling the problem is commendAble. I congratulate them, and hope this is an example for others in Saint Lucia. Time our people stop littering. This is good public awareness, and we need more of it. Bravo for this initiative.
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