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According to officials, one man drowned after allegedly falling into the waters of the Castries Harbor on Tuesday.

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Dead body discovered
HTS Newsforce can confirm that the decomposing remains teenaged male were found at Marisule Beach Tuesday afternoon.. | more|



 

Castries central MP takes another swipe

Castries Central MP Richard Fredrick says he is not perturbed by his party’s announced decision to finalize its slate of candidates before the end of this year. Fredrick has in the past openly criticized the direction of the UWP under its new leader Allen Chastnet.
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  Tourism stimulus and investment bill debate

Tourism Minister Lorne Theophilus says the Tourism Stimulus and Investment Bill, which aims to widen the range of concessions to the tourism sector, addresses areas which are not covered under the Tourism Incentives Act.
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Pat Joseph laments downfall of banana sector

A former Chairman of the SLBC says the banana industry is in a state of ruin. He says from the cost of inputs to the devastating impact of Black Sigatoka – the industry has been brought to its knees.
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  Sunrise 6:06am / Sunset 6:17pm
  Tide Castries High 3:31 pm Low 10:08pm
Tide Vieux Fort High 4:58pm Low 11:15pm
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Moderate to locally rough with waves 6 to 7 feet or 1.8 to 2.1 metres. Small craft operators and sea bathers are advised to exercise caution due to rough seas
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mostly fair conditions.
  Lesser Antilles
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The Atlantic high pressure system will continue to generate moderate to brisk easterly winds across the lesser Antilles................



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