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11,000 STUDENTS MARKED WITH ZERO PASSES – CSEC 2018

[TRINIDADNEWSDAY]  SOME 11,000 pupils across the region who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Exam (formerly O’levels) last May/June got no passes. So said Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Registrar Glenroy Cumberbatch at a function for the official release of results in Grenada on Saturday.

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A SIMPLE PLEA FOR GROS ISLET YOUTH

The Community Of Gros Islet Has Been Enjoying The Labour Of Love Of One Man Who Wants His Park To Remain Free For All To Enjoy. But Of Late, Someone Has Been Frustrating His Efforts By Vandalizing The Free Park Near The Beach.

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ENERGY MINISTRY UNVEILING OF SLU’S HISTORIC FARM

The St. Lucia Electricity Company Lucelec Says Thursday’s Unveiling Of Its 20 Million Dollar Solar Farm, Is Only The First Step In Its Thrust Towards The Use Of Greener Forms Of Energy. The Electrical Power Company Is Already Embarking On Other Green Energy Projects.  

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NURSES FOR HIRE

St. Lucia Like Most Of The Region Is Facing A Brain Drain In The Nursing Profession. The More Developed Nations Are Targeting Some Of The Regions Experienced Nurses And Mid-Wives With Attractive Contracts To Lure Them. The Situation Has Not Gone Un-Noticed By St. Lucia’s Health Authorities.  

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ULTRAMART TAKES ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION

Ti J’s Supermarkets Have Announced That They Will Soon Stop The Practice Of Bagging Customers’ Grocries In Free Disposable Bags. Like Its Bigger Brother – Massy’s Stores, Ti J’s Move Is Being Promoted As Environmentally Friendly.  

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NEWS ON FARMER REGISTRATION

Gaspard Henry Knows All About Child Abuse. He Says As A Child He Was A Victim Of Physical Abuse At The Hands Of A Family Member. However, Henry Has Used The Dark Side Of His Upbringing To Try To Better The Lot Of Disadvantaged Children. Henry Is Untiring In His …

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OFFICIAL OPENING OF SOLAR FARM

Introduction Of A Solar Farm Is Being Described As A New Dawn For St. Lucia In The Effort To Reduce The Island’s Dependence On Fossil Fuels. Lucelec On Thursday Commissioned Its 20 Million Dollar Solar Farm – A Small, But Significant Step In The Effort To Generate More Of St. …

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SLMDA REACTS TO DIALYSIS DEATH

The St. Lucia Medical And Dental Association (SLMDA) On Thursday Issued A Strongly Worded Press Release, Criticising The Government’s General Approach To Health Care And Its Handling Of The Transition From The Victoria Hospital To The Okeu Hospital In Particular. The SLMDA’s Statements Were Made In The Wake Of The …

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INTRODUCTION OF VERSAFRAME

A New Approach To Housing Has Been Unveiled By Caribbean Metals. According To The Firm This Novel Way Of Constructing Is Cost Effective And The Buildings Are Capable Of Withstanding Hurricane Forced Winds. The Construction Community Has Been Introduced To The New Approach.

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