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Heavy rains lash St. Lucia

The Met office issued a flood warning for Saint Lucia on Thursday as torrential rain battered the island. Citizens are advised to vigilant with high possibility of flooding and landslides in some parts of the island.

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Piaye retains top Common Entrance position

The top scorers at the Common Entrance Examination hail from seven primary schools in St. Lucia. They consisted of six females and five males. Despite the individual accolades, the Piaye Combined School achieved the best average.

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‘Hospitals safe from disasters’ art contest

The Ministry Of Health and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) teamed up with local schools to organize an arts competition. The aim of the contest was to examine students’ designs of a secure hospital or health care facility.

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Virgin Billionaire ascends Gros Piton

Founder of the Virgin Group, English businessman and investor Richard Branson is having a good time in Saint Lucia – and is telling the world about it. The business mogul has been tweeting and writing about this time on the islands, drawing attention to the destination. In one tweet, Branson …

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British Chamber SALCC Scholarship

50 Saint Lucian students will have the opportunity to pursue law and business degrees in the United Kingdom, through the collaborative efforts of R.I.S.E St. Lucia Inc and the British Caribbean Chamber of Commerce. The announcement was made at a press conference at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College on …

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1st National aids Soufriere pre-school

It was a sad day for many when the Grow Ed Early Childhood Development Center in Soufriere was completely destroyed by fire on the Wednesday morning of January 7th. However, corporate St. Lucia did respond with some measure of relief and of course, 1st National Bank wasn’t too far behind.

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TUF Training Program

A delegation from the International Labor Organization is in St. Lucia to convene a training workshop with St. Lucia’s Trade Union Federation and affiliates. It comes against the backdrop of frayed ties in industrial relations in St. Lucia.

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Fire-fighters Close-Quarters training exercise

Men and women of the Saint Lucia Fire Service are undergoing a gruelling three-day training course. The exercise afforded service members the opportunity to hone their skills in offensive Fire-fighting. Officer in charge of the northern division and training, Ditney Downes says that given the ever-changing infrastructural landscape of Saint …

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