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SAINT LUCIA WINS COURTS OECS READING COMPETITION

St. Lucia has won another Courts OECS reading competition. Pearl Cornibert of the Lewis Eucharist SDA Primary School, emerged winner at the regional finals, held in Saint Lucia on Thursday May 24th. The competition saw national champions from Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia and …

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HEALTH WORKERS TO HELP TRAFFICKING SURVIVORS

The National Security and Home Affairs Ministry along with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), are facilitating a series of seminars on caring for human trafficking victims. The IOM officials say over 40 million women and children are victims of human trafficking globally.

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SLP TAKES ON HEALTHCARE & EDUCATION AT WEEKLY PRESSER

The St. Jude Hospital issue was one of two main topics discussed by members of the Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party at a press conference on 24 May. Laborie MP Alva Baptiste says the SLP continues to be disappointed in the Allen Chastanet Administration’s handling of healthcare and education.  

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ICAR LOOKING FOR MEMBERS

“Reconciliation Rastafari coming together for united we stand” is the theme for the Iyanola Council for the Advancement of Rastafari (ICAR) first mobilization campaign.

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UWP TARGETS MEDICAL FRATERNITY AT MICOUD RALLY

Do certain members of the SLMDA have political ambitions? They do, says the MP for Soufriere/Fond St. Jacques Herod Stanislaus. Stanislaus addressed the St, Jude reconstruction debacle at the ruling UWP’s national meeting in Micoud.

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Final send off for former Parliamentarian Ferdinand Henry

[Press release] The Government of Saint Lucia is mourning the death of the late Ferdinand Henry (former parliamentarian and Minister of Agriculture) who passed away on Thursday May 10, 2018. An official funeral will be held on Friday May 25, 2018 about 2:00pm at the Saint Michael’s Roman Catholic Church in …

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NWU secures 10% wage increase for VOICE Publishing staff

[Press release] All print media workers employed with The VOICE Publishing Company Limited will have a general wage increase of ten percent (10%) added to their current salaries. The spread will be four percent (4%) in Year One and three percent (3%) in Years Two and Three (4%/3%/3%). Workers will also …

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