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Sudden death on Gros-Piton

A US-based medical doctor died while climbing Gros Piton on Sunday May 3rd, 2015. Her death has left behind a devastated tour guide, who says he is sad, that he could not have done more to save the young doctor’s life.

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Vieux Fort Jazz captivates audience

The Vieux Fort based Community Organisation Movement Ensemble has stepped-up its jazz concerts. Backed by the Saint Lucia Tourist Board, the committee held its first large-scale free event for the jazz and arts festival on Sunday.

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Cops called to CSA AGM

A May Day annual general meeting convened by the Civil Service Association’s highest decision-making body, erupted in controversy with the executive seeking law enforcement intervention. One outspoken member of the unions’ concerned group was escorted out of the meeting. Those who support him say Barthelmy Fedee was embarrassed for simply …

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Blue Coral Jazz

Blue Coral Jazz & Exhibition was launched on Monday May 4th 2015. The three-day event gives shoppers a sample of jazz from accomplished musicians. The event also boasts an exhibition entitled “Celebrating our music icons”. The pictorial display situated on the Blue Coral Mall’s second floor will be featured for …

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Another whopping Taiwanese donation

On Monday, representatives of the Government of Saint Lucia and the Government of the Republic of China on Taiwan gathered in the cabinet room for the presentation of two separate donations to the constituency development project.

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Jazz Launch 2015

The 24th edition of one of the a premier music festivals in the region- the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival continued at the Fond D’or Nature Heritage Park in Dennery Saturday night. St. Lucia Jazz is among the top five festivals around the world and attracts some of the …

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IT experts discuss Cyber Security

Meanwhile when the men and women responsible for securing and administering computer networks in the Caribbean met in Saint Lucia this week, the issues of cyber security and cyber crimes were high on the agenda for discussion. While they lament the slow pace of movements to put the necessary policies …

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New twist in CSA Labour Day meeting row

A faction of the Civil Service Association says all is not well at the CSA. In fact, the group has taken legal action to force the executive to turn over the accounts for an ‘independent’ inspection. They say the CSA is on a path of implosion and they are determined …

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Jazz at the Dame and Marchand Schools

There were warm-up Jazz concerts at schools in the Castries basin in the lead to Thursday’s big launch at the Mindoo Phillip Park. Students from various schools benefited from the once a year showcase. Several Saint Lucian musicians gave of their time and talent to entertain the students.

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