Home / News Updates (page 21)

News Updates

CSA SALCC NEGOTIATIONS STALLED

A New Board For The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Will Soon Be In Place, Paving The Way For The Appointment Of A Principal For The College. The Deadline Set By The Trade Unions For The Long Outstanding Changes Is Just A Few Days Away.

Read More »

NATIONAL CRICKETER PASSES

The Community Of Mon Repos Said Final Farewell To One Of Its Outstanding Sports Personalities And Community Leaders. The Former National Cricketer And Community Leader Died Doing What He Loved, Playing Cricket.

Read More »

CSA RAISES CONCERNS OVER BORDER MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

The Proposed Border Management agency Has Been A Point Of Contention. The Idea Of The Agency Is Generating A Great Level Of Concern Particularly Among The Workers Of The Customs And Excise Department. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Has Said That There Will Be No Job Losses As A Result Of …

Read More »

PE TEACHERS EDUCATED ON FITNESS TESTS TECHNIQUES

Physical Education Teachers Are Sharpening Their Skills And Knowledge Ahead Of The Opening Of The New School Year. Physical Education Is Gaining Increased Prominence In Light Of The Looming Obesity Crisis Among Adults And Children. Experts From Cuba Are Assisting In The Training.

Read More »

SOUTHERN FARMERS TRAINED IN PROPER USE OF FUNGICIDES

Fungi Can Be One Of The Pests Impacting Farmers’ Yields. But The Improper Use Of Fungicide, One Of The Ways Of Dealing With This Pest Can Place The Farmer And His Product. Farmers In The South Of The Island Have Been Introduced To The Proper Usage And Application Of Fungicide.

Read More »

WHY DID THE RANGE HOTEL PROJECT BECOME SUCH A FIASCO?

[Press Release] The Saint Lucia Labour Party notes with dismay the statement by the UWP General Secretary, Oswald Augustin. The Labour Party appeals to Mr. Augustin not to treat the people’s business with such mockery. Paying out $33M is a serious matter and cannot be laughed at. The fact is …

Read More »

SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION SUBSIDY PROGRAMME BEGINS AGAIN

[Press Release] The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations wishes to advise the general public of the following, regarding the School Transportation Subsidy Programme for 2018/2019 academic year: Secondary Schools Special Education Centres The school transportation subsidy programme will officially resume on Tuesday 4th September, 2018. The Ministry therefore wishes …

Read More »

CARILEC HOLDS CONFERENCE ON ENERGY INDEPENDENCE AND RESILIENCE

[Press Release] Renewable Energy is one of the most urgent challenges of this century that the world must address. The scientific community is unanimous in telling us that if we do not rapidly switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy there is a danger that global warming will pass a …

Read More »

YPG ‘LIFE’S WORTH LIVING’ MARCH A SUCCESS

[Press Release] On 26th of August 2018, The YPG Saint Lucia took over 500 youths from all over Saint Lucia, mainly aged between 14 – 25 and many adults took the streets of Castries all the way to the Town Hall with one aim in mind: to raise awareness about knife …

Read More »