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August 27th 2015 Rains From Tropical Ericka Decimate Dominica

At least four people are confirmed dead, several more missing and countless infrastructural damage has been recorded in Dominica, as rain from tropical storm Erika devastated the island on Thursday. Nearly 9 inches of rain over-night triggered severe flooding and mudslides, washed out roadways and caused the collapse of several …

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August 28rth NCA Spearheads Soufriere Re-Development

The national conservation authority is spearheading the construction of a view-point in Soufriere. The NCA recently called on various stake holders to a final meeting in preparation for the construction phase. It’s all part of a grand re-development plan for the area.

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August 28th 2015 Pm Anthony Expresses Sympathy To Victims

Prime minister Dr. Kenny Anthony on Thursday addressed the devastation wrought on Dominica by tropical storm Erika. Dr. Anthony and his counterpart, Dominica’s prime minister Roosevelt Skerrit held a joint press conference to apprise the media on the recovery and relief effort.

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August 28th Monroe College Relocation

Monroe College is moving to a new location this fall. Faculty and administrators say the new campus will offer better accommodations and an environment conducive for college students.

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August 27th 2015 Theophilus on Visitor Safety

Minister for tourism Lorne Theophilus says steps are being taken to address the safety of visitors to Saint Lucia. The minister says that while the tourism industry is thriving, there must be a plan to deal with attacks on visitors.

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August 27th 2015 CSA-SLDB Sign Agreement

The civil service association and the Saint Lucia development bank signed a memorandum of understanding on Thursday. The agreement covers the triennium, 2015 – 2018. The terms of the agreement include several benefits for workers.

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August 26th 2015 SALCC Early Childhood Education Rolls Out

The Sir Arthur Lewis community college is collaborating with Seneca College to offer a programme in early childhood education. College officials say the programme is open to people already working in private or government child-care or hoping to get into early childhood education. They say the programme will provide the …

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