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INTER SCHOOLS TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS- RESULTS

Press release- Ministry of Youth Development & Sports- Castries Comprehensive Secondary School emerged boys champions while Saint Joseph’s Convent A  emerged girls champions at the completion of the Secondary Schools Team Table Tennis Championships which was held at the  Stanley Jon Odlum Secondary School Auditorium on Monday.   In the …

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CAR ACCIDENT ON BARRE DE L’ISLE

A truck has left the road on the Barre De L’isle. It is unclear what the cause of the accident was, but the driver is reported to have survived. Officials are currently investigating.

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Caribbean Governments Urged to Ban Sugary Drinks in Schools

Regional health and agriculture experts are urging Caribbean Governments to ban sugary drinks in schools. The call comes as Barbados hosts Caribbean Week in Agriculture 2018, under the theme ‘Strengthening Agriculture for a Healthier Future in the Region.” Barbados’ Special Envoy on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD’s) and Chairman of the Barbados …

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SHARKS SWIM CLUB TOPS OECS SWIM TRIAL

The Sea Jays Swim Club hosted the Tropical Rhythms OECS Swim Trial over the weekend. The final qualifier for team selection to participate in the upcoming OECS Swim meet in Antigua next month saw some of the best swimmers in various clubs and age groups breaking records. In the end …

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The Caribbean Pushing Back against Threats to the Coconut Industry

The Caribbean and Pacific regions are partnering to push back against the latest round of threats to the coconut industry. In August, a Harvard University Epidemiology professor said her research shows that coconut oil is ‘pure poison.’ It was a blow to a sector that has taken previous beatings and …

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

The South Castries Youth Council Has Lent Its Voice To The Chorus Of Calls For The Crime Situation In St. Lucia To Be Addressed. The Youth Group Wants To Partner With Other Organisations In Its Efforts To Have The Level Of Criminal Activity In St. Lucia Addressed.

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SALCC BOARD RESIGNS

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Board Has Resigned. Every Member Of The Board On Tuesday Submitted His Or Her Resignation To The Minister For Education Dr. Gale Rigorbert. There Was Word Of A Fallout Between The Board And The Minister For Education, Which Began Over The Imposition Of The …

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POLICE GIVE POST CARNIVAL ALL CLEAR

The top state security officials have concluded their assessment of the extended weekend of carnival festivities. For more than a week the nation was abuzz with carnival shows, parties and parades that stretched the resources of the police and other emergency workers.

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