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CSME students visit St. Lucia

Dominican students are here on a mission to Saint Lucia through the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) The students 5 day visit to Saint Lucia comprises field trips to several public and private sector entities, as they seek to broaden their knowledge on the trade bloc.

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Getting ready for Edu-Val

Faculty at leading schools in St. Lucia have affirmed their commitment to a pageant with a different perspective. The pageant dubbed “Edu-Val” aims to educate each contestant, while providing them with a foundation in the world of show-biz.

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ECCB to lower savings interest rates

Finance ministers from the OECS say they have taken bold, decisive measures to create jobs and boost the economies of member states. That was the announcement by chairman of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, when he addressed the ECCU on Tuesday night.

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Courts aids Cornerstone House

The staff at Courts St. Lucia donated a refrigerator to the Cornerstone House on April 10th. The donation was made after members of Ben Alcide Musical Ministries appealed to Courts St. Lucia for assistance for the institution.

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Advances in Geothermal Exploration

The Ministry Of Sustainable Development has completed the first leg of aerial and ground surveys of proposed geothermal sites. They are the first in a series of five planned general surveys set to be conducted under assistance from the government of New Zealand in the amount of $800,000.

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Loved ones bid farewell to BJ

Family, friends and well wishers bade farewell to one of the island’s homicide victims on Tuesday. Asha Emmanuel, affectionately known as B.J, was killed in a brazen daylight shooting on April 7th.

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CSA ready for General Council meeting

Members of the Civil Service Association (CSA) are preparing for their first general council meeting under its new constitution. The meeting is set for Wednesday April 15th. CSA officials say it is one of the union’s most highly anticipated gatherings.

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Corrections Officer busted for drugs!

The woman at the centre of a drug scandal at the BORDELAIS Correctional Facility faced a judge on Tuesday. 40-year-old Lydia Charlery of La Pointe Mon Repos was slapped with four charges after doctors discovered illegal substances in a sanitary napkin worn by the correctional officer.

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La Clery Centenarian Celebrates

Iris Henry of La Clery Castries celebrated her 105th birthday on Monday April 13th. Surrounded by family, the mother of eleven was in high spirits on her special day.

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