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The Glaucoma Battle

MEANWHILE, GLAUCOMA AWARENESS WEEK WAS OBSERVED THROUGHOUT THE WEEK OF MARCH 6TH TO MARCH 14TH IN ST. LUCIA. THE ST. LUCIA GLAUCOMA ASSOCIATION HOSTED SEVERAL ACTIVITIES DURING THE WEEK IN OBSERVANCE OF WORLD GLAUCOMA WEEK – A JOINT GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO RAISE AWARENESS OF GLAUCOMA.

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Innovation district science fair

INVENTION AND INNOVATION WERE THE BUZZ-WORDS AT THE ANNUAL DISTRICT 2 SCIENCE FAIR THIS WEEK. THE PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS, WHICH HAVE STRIVEN TO CREATE SCIENCE PROJECTS APPLICABLE TO EVERYDAY LIFE, PROUDLY DISPLAYED THEIR INVENTIONS, WHICH COULD QUALIFY FOR THE FINALS AT THE END OF THIS MONTH.

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JAZZ sponsorship cheque presentation

THE SAINT LUCIA TOURIST BOARD ON THURSDAY EVENING HOSTED THE ANNUAL CHEQUE PRESENTATION CEREMONY. SPONSORS ATTENDED THE EVENT TO HAND OVER THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS THE 2015 INSTALMENT OF THE SAINT LUCA JAZZ AND ARTS FESTIVAL.

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Venezuela condemns U.S. sanctions

THE VENEZUELAN EMBASSY IN SAINT LUCIA HAS DENOUNCED U.S PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA’S EXECUTIVE ORDER, WHICH DECLARED THE LATIN AMERICAN NATION A ‘NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT.’ VENEZUELA’S AMBASSADOR IN SAINT LUCIA SAYS THE MEASURE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ISOLATED CASE AND IS AIMED AT DISRUPTING THE POLICIES OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CHANGE …

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The Coroners Act and the IMPACS report

While some political pundits and politicians including Richard Fredrick have cast doubt on the powers conferred on the director of public prosecution and the attorney general according to law, members of the legal fraternity are setting the record straight. Former president of the Saint Lucia Bar Association Andie Georhe on …

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Maintaining law and order

In the wake of the damning CARICOM IMPACS report announced by the prime minister on March 8th, the Royal St. Lucia Police Force [RSLPF] says although morale is at its all time low, the fight against crime and the preservation of peace remain priority.

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Operation Reassurance

The high command of the Royal St. Lucia Police Force [RSLPF] has broken their silence on the damning CARICOM IMPACS probe. Acting police commissioner Errol Alexander says the force has been ‘deeply touched’ by the prime minister’s March 8th revelation, which alleges corruption and misconduct within the ranks of the …

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