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NATIONAL KWÉYÒL SONG COMPETITION 2018

Chanté Kwéyòl, the National Kwéyòl Song Competition will be hosted on Wednesday October 17, 2018 at the National Cultural Center. The annual competition held under the “Annou manje, danse, chante en kweyol (pou Chacom)” banner will again be hosted as part of the official activities in observance of Kwéyòl Heritage Month …

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IMPROVEMENT IN MOSQUITO BORN DISEASE STATUS IN SAINT LUCIA

Mosquito borne diseases continue to be a concern for tropical areas such as St. Lucia. Dengue fever is endemic in the country and a mild increase in cases is experienced each year coinciding with the rainy season. There are also occasional cases of Chikungunya since it was introduced in 2014. …

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HON PHILLIP J PIERRE RESPONDS TO THE HEALTH CRISIS

[press release] There is no doubt that as a nation we are faced with numerous challenges in the health system. When in government the Saint Lucia Labour Party experienced first-hand the situation and took positive steps to improve health care. In 2002, we commenced and later completed the National Wellness …

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RESULTS OF RECENT DOUBLE HOMICIDE POST MORTEM

 A post mortem examination was conducted on the body of Stephen Francis, a 47 year old resident of Wilton’s Yard, Castries who on Sunday August 19, 2018 succumbed to his injuries as a result of a shooting in Wilton’s Yard. The cause of death was revealed as hemoperitoneum secondary to …

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EARTHQUAKE AFTERSHOCKS – NO TSUNAMI THREATS ISSUED

[CARICOM Today]  :   Several Caribbean countries reported aftershocks Wednesday morning in the wake of the strong earthquake Tuesday afternoon. The University of the West Indies Seismic Research Centre said that a 5.9 magnitude aftershock was felt in Trinidad and Tobago about 9:30 on Wednesday morning. The Centre said that no tsunami warning …

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EARTHQUAKE REPORT

St. Lucia felt the effects late Monday afternoon about 5:31 of an earthquake of a magnitude of 6.8. The centre of the quake was located near the Northern city of  Carupano in Venezuela. The quake lasted for about one minute. The effects of the earthquake were stronger in Trinidad. In …

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END OF ANIMATION

 Export Saint Lucia in collaboration with St. Lucia Coalition of Service Industries (SLCSI) and Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) hosted an Animation Boot Camp from August 13 to August 17 2018. Animation is a multibillion dollar industry that spreads across many sectors: education, gaming, visual effects, merchandising and television programming. …

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CAR THEFTS ON THE RISE IN ST LUCIA

Still On The Police, The Sharp Rise In The Theft Of Vehicles Is Causing Much Distress To The Victims. The St. Lucia Police Force Has Established A Special Unit To Combat That Illicit Activity And Urges Vehicle Owners To Take Steps To Secure Their Property.

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The Matter Between The National Security Minister Hermangild Francis And The Female Police Officer Who Turned Down His Call, Has Attracted The Attention Of Some Former Senior Police Officers. Senator Francis Who Says He Was Only Trying To Assist, Lodged A Formal Complaint Against The Female Police Officer. However, All …

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SLNT YOUTH ENVIRONMENT FORUM CENTERS ON BUILDING RESILIENT COASTLINES

The Week-Long Environmental Forum In The South Of St. Lucia Has Come To An End. The Educational Programme For School Aged Children Was Organised By The National Trust. The Environmental Programme Exposed The Students To The Threats To St. Lucia’s National Environment With Emphasis On Building Coastal Resilience.

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