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Rise Saint Lucia Gives Back To Bruceville

Rise Saint Lucia Incorporated continues to promote of a culture of peace in under-served communities in the south. The organization made a donation of school supplies to the less fortunate at a special activity held in Bruceville Vieux Fort this past weekend.

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Agriculture Minister On Fate Of Marketing Board

Agriculture Minister Ezechiel Joseph is putting to rest talks of the closure of the Saint Lucia Marketing Board, stating that these reports are false. Joseph maintains that the Saint Lucia Fish Marketing corporation and board will be restructured. The minister announced that the public would know the fate of the …

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PM on Growing Crisis in Venezuela

In the wake of the crisis in Venezuela, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet revealed that he asked the immigration department to enforce restrictions on Venezuelans entering Saint Lucia. Chastanet continues to express concern about the island’s security concerns. He believes that Saint Lucia should make it difficult for Venezuelans to visit …

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Taiwanese Partnership Trade Show

The Commerce Department is laying the foundation for the annual Taiwan Partnership Trade Show. This year, the show will form part of the observance of business month in November.

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NCPD Host Joyful Camp

The national council of and for persons with disabilities held a camp designed for differently- abled children. The camp is billed as a four-day experience, which affords participants a nurturing environment that introduces them to a world of opportunity.

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PM Dolphin Park Proposal Update

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says dialogue is the best way forward on the proposed dolphin park. The Saint Lucia national trust and the UWP administration have been at loggerheads since the announcement of the park surfaced.

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PM Defends Decision To Take Time

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is defending his decision to take some time-off. He says his vacation leave was needed as he was burnt out and under tremendous pressure from the workload inherited when he assumed the reins of government.

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IICA Post Budget Agriculture Meeting

On Thursday, the Agriculture Department and the Inter American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) hosted a post budget meeting for agri-business owners at the union orchid gardens. The seminar featured a panel which looked at how to best allot the 2017/2018 allocations to improve the sector.

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NHC Opens Forestierre Housing Project

The Saint Lucia Housing Corporation has completed its first housing project under the new administration at Forestierre. An official ceremony was held at the project site on Wednesday to herald the conclusion of construction of the housing development. NHC chairman claims the Forestierre project is not just a new housing …

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