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SECURITY GUARD IN COMA AFTER BEATING

HOMES, BUSINESS, CARS AND SCHOOLS – NOTHING IT SEEMS IS OUT OF BOUNDS FROM THE NEW BREED OF BANDITS. LATE SATURDAY NIGHT INTO EARLY SUNDAY MORNING, A BAND OF ROBBERS TARGETED THE ENTREPOT SECONDARY SCHOOL AND UNLEASHED A SAVAGE ATTACH ON ONE OF THE SECURITY GUARDS IN THEIR WAY. THE …

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RAYNEAU RENTALS AND SALES IS THE NEWLY APPOINTED HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT DEALERSHIP FOR SAINT LUCIA AND SEVEN OTHER CARIBBEAN ISLANDS!

Rayneau Rentals and sales has been appointed the dealership for Hyundai Heavy Equipment, and held a ceremony at its new location in Vide Boutielle to officially launch this new dealership. Simultaneously, the new Rayneau Rentals and Sales outlet was officially opened. The opening of Rayneau Rentals and sales solidifies the …

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CARICOM HEADS OF GOVERNMENT MEET TO DISCUSS MORE EFFECTIVE CSME

[Press Release] Prime Minister Honourable Allen M. Chastanet is attending the 18 th Special Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community on the Caricom Single Market and Economy (CSME) in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, from December 3-6, 2018. This Special Meeting was agreed to at the July …

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON CELEBRATES THE UWI

[The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica] –  November 30, 2018— It was a dazzling, memorable event in the Winston Churchill Room of the University of London’s William Goodenough College. Hosted last Wednesday, November 28, by Professor Peter Kopelman, Vice-Chancellor of the University of London, in association with The Rt. Hon. Baroness …

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END OF HURRICANE SEASON

THE ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON IS OFFICIALLY OVER. HOWEVER, NEMO IS ENCOURAGING ST. LUCIANS TO REMAIN VIGILANT AS STORMS ARE NOT THE ONLY HARZARDS THEY FACE. OVER THE PAST TWO WEEKS NEMO, A FEW OF ITS PARTNERS AND THE GOVERNMENT OF CUBA TEAMED UP TO PROVIDE TRAINING IN THE AREAS OF …

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OECS HIV HEALTH FAIR

THE ORGANISATION OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN STATES TEAMED UP WITH A NUMBER OF ORGANISATIONS TO HOST A HEALTH FAIR AS PART OF ACTIVITIES TO MARK WORLD’S AIDS DAY 2018. THE FOCUS OF THE FAIR WAS TO EMPOWER MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WITH KNOWLEDGE TO MAKE SENSIBLE DECISIONS REGARDING THEIR HEALTH. CITIZENS …

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SAINT LUCIA OBSERVES WORLD AIDS DAY

[Ministry of Health] – Saint Lucia will join the rest of the world in celebrating World Aids Day on Dec. 1, under the theme, “Know Your Status.” The theme highlights the need for greater commitment to fighting HIV and raising awareness about the importance of a person knowing his/her HIV …

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THE LIGHTS COME ON FOR DECEMBER FESTIVALS

[Press Release] – The annual Lantern Competition which follows a series of lantern-making workshops held at various venues is scheduled for Saturday, December 1st, 2018 from 2:00 p.m. Between 11:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on competition day,  pre-judging of lanterns will take place.  Admission to Saturday’s competition is FREE! This …

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NOVEMBER 29TH SHOOTING VICTIM’S FAMILY SPEAK

THE FAMILY OF WINDRY ‘FATBOY’ COLE – THE YOUNG MAN WHO WAS FATALLY SHOT ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON ON WATERWORKS ROAD SAY THE LACK OF PARENTAL SUPERVISION MAY HAVE LED TO THE QUESTIONABLE FRIENDS HE MAY HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH. WITH BOTH PARENTS RESIDING OVERSEAS, HIS FAMILY SAID THEY TRIED HARD TO …

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