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IMPORTANCE OF COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE PRACTICES

The united nations has signaled one of its most dire warnings to date. The organisation in its latest report on global warming, warned that the planet may suffer irreversible damage, if it does not change its agricultural practices and consumption.

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CLARKE STREET FIRE ENGULFS SEVERAL BUSINESSES

The business section of upper Clarke street, Vieux Fort was on alert Thursday afternoon, following a fire in the building housing wet and cold enterprises and other businesses. The fire service had to be at the top of its game in order minimize the damage.  

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CSA CALLS OUT LABOUR TRIBUNAL ON ABUSE OF POWER

The civil service association is seeking government intervention in helping the labour tribunal understand its role. The CSA accuses the labour tribunal of abusing its authority by not delivering a ruling on the st. Lucia electricity services limited (LUCELEC) grade structure issue. The grade structure issue is one of two matters …

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The national cultural centre will be the venue for a little folk tale – one of the productions that will be on display at this year’s CARIFESTA in Trinidad.

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TOURISM MINISTER SPEAKING ON FIGURES

Tourism officials are boasting of impressive visitor arrival numbers from St Lucia’s key source markets. According to the minister for tourism, the latest figures when compared to that of one year ago, are up. However, cruise tourism has not enjoyed the same level of growth and there are concerns about …

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Montoute speaks up: Call for local elections, tax reform

Press Release:-  As part of continuing efforts to strengthen the Local Government system in Saint Lucia, the Ministry of Equity, Social Justice, Local Government and Empowerment hosted a three day retreat for Members of Parliament, Local Government Mayors and Chairpersons. The retreat was held at the Bay Gardens Hotel and …

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