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BARON FOODS C.E.O SAYS FOLLOW THE SCIENCE ON VACCINES

Saint Lucia public health officials are raising the awareness of vaccines and its importance, as the region and the world observes vaccination week. Covid-19 vaccines are an indispensable tool in not just the war against the pandemic, but overall public health. However, growing scepticism, hesitancy and the anti-vaxx movement, are …

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TURTLES UNDER THREAT FROM SEAMOSS FARMING

The turtle season is closed, but the moratorium has not halted the wanton slaughter of the species. Now the turtles appear to be under threat from the burgeoning sea-moss sector in the south of Saint Lucia.

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SAINT LUCIA OBSERVES VACCINATION WEEK

Saint Lucia public health officials are raising the awareness of vaccines and its importance, as the region and the world observes vaccination week. Covid-19 vaccines are a indispensable tool in not just the war against the pandemic, but overall public health. However, growing scepticism, hesitancy and the anti-vaxx movement are …

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STUDENT STRUCK BY CAR AT CORINTH

The St. Lucia fire service is urging the public to leave the business of emergency first response to the professionals. The word of advice follows a road accident on Wednesday which landed a 6-year old boy in the hospital.

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DR. ST.ROSE CALLS FOR A RE-THINK OF POLICE TACTICS

Well-known health professional and concerned citizen dr. Gilbertha St. Rose is calling for a different approach to policing in Saint Lucia. The medical doctor who was shocked by scenes of law officers grabbing a citizen by his dread-locks to effect a covid-19 pandemic related arrest, argues that the time has …

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MASSIVE LANDSLIDE ON BARRE DE L’ISLE RIDGEWAY

The Barre De L’isle ridgeway connecting the north and south of Saint Lucia has been closed off to heavy traffic due to a major land-slide caused by heavy rains. Officials are urging the public to use alternate routes where possible.

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VIDEO OF JOACHIM HENRY–GUY JOSEPH ROW EMERGES

Mobile phone video footage has surfaced of the confrontation between Castries South East hopeful Joachim Henry and incumbent Guy Joseph. Henry who stormed the Forestierre SDA Church last Saturday, accuses the government minister of seeking to capitalize politically from the recent death of his son. The parliamentarian vehemently denies the …

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