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Concerns surrounding port surveillance and Ebola preparedness are again being raised, after Belize refused entry to a cruise ship carrying a Texas hospital worker who may have handled specimen from an Ebola patient.

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The mirror hit by robbers

The publishing house of the Mirror Newspaper has cancelled their weekly print due to a robbery which occurred between Thursday October 16th and Friday October 17th. . .
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Sexual diversity conference hailed a success

More than 30 women from 13 countries gathered in the Republic of Suriname last week, to discuss ways of enhancing advocacy for lesbians and bisexual women..
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Teachers cooperative observes credit union day

The Saint Lucia Teachers Credit Cooperative, in recognition of International Credit Union Day held a one-day workshop for members and staff of the financial institution.
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- PM attends alba Ebola summit
- Birth audit 2014
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- Commerce minister worried about productivity
- Symposium on schizophrenia
- VH staff development launches car draw
- LUCELEC power of caring-
- Indian association heads to VF
- CLICO policyholders meeting

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Fair to partly cloudy skies, with a few showers and a chance of isolated afternoon thunderstorms.

An area of low pressure located about 1000 miles or 1600 kilometres east of the Leeward Islands remains Almost stationary and is not expected to affect the region. A tropical wave located over the central Atlantic is moving westward at about 15 mph or 24 km/h..




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