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Civil Society Discuss Sustainable Development Goals

Civil Society is having its say on Saint Lucia’s Sustainable Development Agenda. A two-day consultation on St. Lucia’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), as well as a poverty eradication ended on Wednesday November 30th. The event was organized by the Saint Lucia National Trust and trust officials say it served as …

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What’s Best For Bank Of Saint Lucia

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet and minister in the ministry of finance Dr. Ubaldus Raymond are both dismissing reports of an imminent sale of government’s shares in bank of Saint Lucia as premature. The country’s leader and finance official say what is undeniable however, is that like many other financial institutions, …

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Prince Henry Plants A Tree

Prince Henry of wales on Friday’s itinerary saw him transitioning from cricket at the Daren Sammy cricket ground to promoting conservation and climate change mitigation at Pigeon Island. The prince took part in a tree planting and plaque dedication event. They were part of activities designating the Castries water works …

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World Bank Team On Geothermal Mission To Saint Lucia

A World Bank team is visiting Saint Lucia this week, as part of a support mission for the country’s geothermal resource development project. The World Bank group is co-ordinating efforts to mobilize us$15 – 18 million of grant and concessional funding for the project. Officials of the ministry of sustainable …

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US Embassy Presents Carol Malachi In Concert

The United States Embassy to Barbados and the OECS is joining the people of Barbados in celebrating the country’s 50th anniversary of independence. To mark the occasion, the embassy is hosting three concerts with us vocalist and songwriter Carolyn Malachi. One of the concerts took place on Thursday November 17th …

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A Triumphant Return For Little Keyshawn

Courts OECS reading champion Keyshawn Alphonse returned to Saint Lucia on Thursday evening to a hero’s welcome. The 8-year-old Soufriere primary school student won the 2016 competition in St. Kitts and Nevis on November 16th.

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