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ADAPTION FUND APPROVES AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS

The government has been exploring ways to make St. Lucia more climate change resilient. The department of sustainable development has teamed up with like-minded partners on a special agricultural project.   https://youtu.be/ubSdTbF5HpE  

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SLDB AND CDB LAUNCH CLIMATE CHANGE DEVELOPMENT FINANCING

The St Lucia Development Bank and the Caribbean Development Bank along with other lending institutions in the region, launched a special programme on Wednesday with the aim of making development financing more in tune with climate change realities.   https://youtu.be/uURIxuUwz4w

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ENTHUSIASTIC YOUTH GROUPS PREPARE FOR NYC ELECTIONS

Interest in the National Youth Council’s (NYC) upcoming elections is running high. Several groups of interested young persons have made their intentions clear and are seeking support to lead the NYC for the coming year.   https://youtu.be/2x610sNqZFQ        

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SHOULD NIC BOARD RESIGN OVER CABOT PROJECT INVESTMENT ?

The president of the Organisation for National Empowerment (ONE) and former member of the National Insurance Corporation board Peter Alexander, is calling for the resignation of the entire National Insurance Corporation board. Alexander says the decision to grant the loan for the Cabot project goes against the NIC’s own rules. …

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SLU NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCIL PREPARES FOR ELECTIONS

The National Youth Council will be holding elections next month. The organisation is calling on young persons and groups to get involved in the process, in order to ensure that the interests of young persons are better protected. https://youtu.be/aMOzidSh1pU

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SENATOR BELROSE COMMENTS ON CARNIVAL 2019

The minister in the ministry of culture Senator Fortuna Belrose, has added her voice to the need for greater control of behavior during carnival. The conduct of revelers will be one of the matters under review during the post mortem of carnival.   https://youtu.be/CMxXoVJ3Jhc

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ST LUCIA BID FAREWELL TO TAIWANESE PRESIDENT ON FRIDAY

Farewell from St. Lucia to the president of one of its staunches allies – The Republic of China on Taiwan. President Tsai Ing Wen and her team of top officials left St. Lucia for the United States on Friday. During her three-day mission to Saint Lucia, the Taiwanese president witnessed …

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URBAN DOLOR FOR GROS ISLET ?

Former principal of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Urban Dolor, has publicly stated his intention to contest the Gros Islet seat. Dolor – a known supporter of the opposition St Lucia Labour Party, is one of at least two strong contenders vying to get on the ticket for the …

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