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Top Stories for July 17th, 2014


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Description Police are concerned about an increase in property crime. Property crime now accounts for 20% of all reported offences.The crime statistics were released today during a specially convened press conference. DBS's Cecile Actille attended.


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Description Police are investigating the discovery of a body near the Castries river. The body of the man was fished out after drivers on the nearby Vieux-Fort bus terminal raised the alarm. The drivers claimed to have noticed the man near the water earlier, but say they paid no attention to him until his body was seen floating on the water. Police and fire officials attempted to revive the man but were unsuccessful. The young man has been identified as 20 year old Jules Joseph The incident occurred around 2 PM Thursday


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Description Leader of the Opposition and MP for Micoud North, Dr. Gale Rigobert, has voiced her concerns about the dire conditions that she says threaten to cripple the operations of the St. Jude Hospital. According to Rigobert, such conditions, if not addressed immediately, can have serious implications for the lives, health and safety of patients and workers alike. Kendal Burton reports


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Description The National Workers Union is concerned about the escalating cost of goods and services on the island. The Union's concern is predicated on the view that if the trend continues that its members and workers generally, will be unable to meet their domestic economic obligations. DBS's Cecile Actille reports.


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Description Government has assured workers attached to the National Initiative to Create Employment, or NICE that their jobs are safe. Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony met with the workers this week. DBS' Don Nicholas reports

 

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