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WASCO PRESENTS STUDENTS WITH SCHOLARSHIPS

Continuing in the news of scholarships, WASCO presents an opportunity for students to continue their education.  [Press Release] – The Water and Sewerage Company Inc. WASCO is excited to announce its continued investment in the children of staff, through the company’s annual scholarship program.   This year, over a dozen students, …

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HILAIRE’S RESPONSE TO FEDEE – RANGE CONTROVERSY

Press Release:-  STATEMENT BY HON. ERNEST HILAIRE AT THE SAINT LUCIA LABOUR PARTY PRESS CONFERENCE AUGUST 28 2018 Members of the Media, Last Friday Hon. Dominic Fedee sought to respond to my statement on the Range Fiasco which included a call for Government to provide explanation on the settlement of the dispute …

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18 YEAR OLD KILLED IN BAGATELLE

Glendon Barthelmy, an 18 year old young man has been killed in a stabbing incident that took place at around 12:40 PM (according to a police source) on Tuesday afternoon in Bagatelle. The incident following an altercation with another male.    He was taken to the hospital and was declared …

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REGIONAL COMPANIES JOIN THE FIGHT AGAINST DIABETES

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, St. Lucia – In anticipation of World Diabetes awareness month (November) Bon Santé has partnered with Collins Barbados Limited to provide free Sky Era Glucometers to the general public. Interested persons are asked to come down to Bon Santé on 36 Chisel Street Castries, Wednesday August 29, 2018. Diabetes is …

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FOLK RESEARCH CENTRE INTERIM BOARD APPOINTED

[Press Release] The Msgr. Patrick Anthony Folk Research Centre (FRC) held a membership meeting on Saturday August 25, at the Cultural Development Foundation (CDF) conference room.  The meeting was convened to review FRC’s Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association. The meeting also visited the draft Parastatal Act which is in …

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HIV CARE SUMMIT STARTS OFF IN ST LUCIA

[Press Release] The 15th annual Caribbean Cytometry & Analytical Society’s (CCAS) expert summit, “From Care to Cure – Towards the Elimination of HIV”, launched last evening in St. Lucia. The summit brings together regional and international HIV experts to explore scientific innovations and social interventions that will accelerate progress toward ending …

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DENNERY SEGMENT TOUR WORKSHOP

The Leading Exponents Of The Dennery Segment Genre Are Going Through The Last Minute Preparation Ahead Of Their Six Week Tour Of The United States. The Government Earlier This Month Announced That It Was Sponsoring The Tour In Order To Promote The Indigenous St. Lucian Music. Dennery Segment, Valley Soca …

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MASSY SUPPORTS FURTHERING EDUCATION

Massy Stores Have Been Extending Its Generousity To Students With Scholorships And Other Forms Of Support To Young Learners.   To see our most recent scholarship story, click here.

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NEW ACADEMIC YEAR FOR STUDENTS

The University Of The West Indies Open Campus, Which Offers A Range Of Courses From Bachelors To Doctorial Programmes For Working People, Is All Ready For The New School Year. Both The UWI Open Campus And The Sir Arthur Lewis Community College Have Welcomed Their Batches Of New Students For …

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