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WATERMELON WORKSHOP HELD IN MICOUD

[Press Release] The Ministry of Agriculture and the Taiwan technical Mission jointly held a watermelon production workshop in Micoud on 6th September, 2018. More than 50 farmers and extension officers attended the workshop. Trainees were taught the know-how of watermelon production to improve their production both in quality and quantity. …

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OECS MANGO FESTIVAL GATHERED 500 VISITORS

[Press Release] The OECS and EU sponsored Saint Lucia Mango Festival held last week met all expectations as the event brought together 16 exhibitors and 500 participants at the Constitution Park in Castries. The festival aimed at raising public awareness on the Mango Biodiversity Project which was started in 2017 …

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TAIWAN ASSISTS WITH OF REGIONAL NATIONALLY DETERMINED CONTRIBUTION INVESTMENT FORUM

[Press Release] The Government of Taiwan (R.O.C.) Embassy in Saint Lucia has assisted the Department of Sustainable Development in hosting the first ever Regional Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Investment Forum. The Forum is expected to bring together OECS Ministers, investors, development partners, representatives of regional institutions and technical experts drawn …

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CANDLELIGHT VIGIL PLANNED FOR BOTHAM JEAN

Meanwhile, Family And Friends Of The Slain Botham Jean Will Converge At The La Clery Playing Field On Tuesday Evening, For A Special Candlelight Vigil. Organizers Are Urging Saint Lucians To Dress In National Colours And Come Out In Their Numbers, In Solidarity With The Jean Family.

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MINISTER & TOP COP CONDEMN VIRAL VIDEO

Viral Cell Phone Video Which Depicts An Unidentified Suspect Brandishing What Appeared To Be A Handgun Has Triggered Condemnation From Commissioner Of Police Severin Monchery And National Security Minister Senator Hermangild Francis. Police Have Launched An Investigation To Find The Suspect And In A Joint-Statement Issue By The Security Ministry, …

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BODY FISHED OUT OF SEA AT MICOUD

Micoud Police Officers Are Investigating The Suspicious Drowning Of A Ti Rocher Resident. Officers Were Called To The Micoud Beach Around 11:00 Am On Saturday.

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SLP DEMONSTRATION TRASCENDS POLITICAL DIVIDE

Thousands Of Protestors Took To The Streets Of Castries On Sunday September 9th For The SLP-Organized National Rally. Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre Told Reporters That He Was Overwhelmed By The Turnout And Satisfied That The Allen Chastanet Administration Has Been Sent A Clear Message; That Thousands Of People Disagree …

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HIGH COURT HALTS HMP DEMOLITION

The High Court Has Ordered Demolition Works At The Defunct Her Majesty’s Prison In The Capital Be Immediately Halted. The Saint Lucia National Trust Petitioned The High Court After Media Reports Of The Demolition Surfaced Last Week.

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