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VIEUX FORT FISHERMEN MISSING AT SEA

The southern fishing community of Vieux Fort continues to hope for the return two of their colleagues more than five days following their failure to return from a trip to St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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LEWIS INDUSTRIES DEEP CLEANS MARCHAND SCHOOL

Lewis Industries is helping the bishop Charles Gachet RC primary school maintain infection and prevention measures at the institution. The company facilitated a deep cleaning of the wash-rooms at the school in preparation for the phased return of in-person classes.

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Minister for Education Walk Through First Day of School

Minister for education Shawn Edward on Monday conducted a walk-through of schools on the first day of the phased re-opening of face-to-face classes. Thousands of students from select grade levels are now back in the class-room, following disruptions caused by the menacing fourth wave of the covid-19 pandemic in Saint …

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RISE DONATES DEVICES TO THE BOUTON SCHOOL

Rise Saint Lucia is continuing to provide assistance to help less fortunate students with their learning In october, the organization contributed electronic devices to the bouton rc combined school.

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LABORIE CREDIT UNION OPENS CASTRIES BRANCH

The Laborie co-operative credit union has its eyes trained on transforming the lives of the women of the castries market. The storied institution is expanding its reach with plans to open the doors of its castries branch in November.

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SAINT LUCIANS URGED TO STAY HOME FOR JOUNEN KWEYOL

Authorities are promoting a stay-at-home celebration of Jounen Kweyol to maintain the Covid-19 health protocols. With the fourth wave of the pandemic receding, public health officials are trying to avert any major set-backs, by discouraging mass crowd events. Prime minister Philip J. Pierre is appealing to Saint Lucians to play …

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JANNOU VIRTUAL CREDIT UNION DAY CELEBRATION

Jannou credit union celebrated the 2021 international credit union day observance with a virtual event. On Thursday, October 21st, 2021, countries around the world recognized the achievements and hard work of the credit union movement.

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BANDIT TARGETS NORTH-SOUTH GAS STATION

Another business in Castries has been targeted by criminals. A hoodlum reportedly gained entry into the Well-known convenient store of the gas station on Chaussee road, between the hours of late Thursday night and early Friday morning.

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