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NICE teaches productivity enhancement

The national initiative to create employment held a two-day workshop for employees in the education sector. The session sought to improve the quality of the personnel’s daily output.

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Primed and ready for Jazz

Activities leading up to the Soufriere Creole Jazz event set off with a bang on the weekend. The event, championed by The Soufriere Regional Development Foundation was launched to members of the media and sponsors on Saturday.

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Grisly chopping incident in Bexon

A 38-year-old man is currently nursing serious wounds at Victoria Hospital after a chopping incident. The man was allegedly involved in an argument with a close friend over stolen item. The heated exchange quickly turned into a blood bath when the accused pulled out a cutlass.

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SDA Church’s move to live recruitment drive

The St. Lucia Mission of 7th Day Adventist Church has launched a national health initiative called; “Move to live” on April 26th. The campaign attempts to promote active lifestyles among the populace through brisk walking.

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Jazz at SALCC 2015

The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College held its second annual Jazz open- air concert on campus on Friday. The event was open to the public, parents and jazz enthusiasts. The faculty hopes that this, the first instalment will inspired future jazz shows on campus.

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SLP hauls News Editors and UWP over the coals

Meanwhile, the Saint Lucia Labour Party on Thursday night held its first public meeting on the Castries market steps for 2015. Media coverage was once again the focus of some of the speeches with the ongoing debate over the SLP leader’s take on the Dominic Fedee-Hermingild Francis UWP run-off showdown.

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Bandits beat up bus driver

One Rock-Hall resident was brutally slashed in an attempted robbery. The incident occurred about 9pm on Thursday April 23rd in Leslie Land Castries. Two men reportedly attempted to rob a bus driver of his day’s earnings.

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Rising Motivators prep Job Fair

The Rising Motivators of Dennery, the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association (SLHTA) and the Boka Group Developers of the Belvedere Plantation are set to host a job fair this Sunday in Dennery.

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PM says no one will be left behind

Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister says his government has adopted sweeping measures to spur job creation and develop communities. Dr. Kenny Anthony spoke on issues of unemployment, constituency empowerment and social development, when he addressed the first in the Saint Lucia Labour Party’s series of national meetings on Thursday night.

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