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END OF ANIMATION

 Export Saint Lucia in collaboration with St. Lucia Coalition of Service Industries (SLCSI) and Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) hosted an Animation Boot Camp from August 13 to August 17 2018. Animation is a multibillion dollar industry that spreads across many sectors: education, gaming, visual effects, merchandising and television programming. …

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ATLAS GROUP TREE PLANTING EXERCISE

A Group Of Young People From The Community Of Choiseul Are Being Very Proactive In Their Concerns About The Environment. The Members Of The Atlas Group Secured Assistance From The Forestry Department And Other Non-Governmental Organisations In Their Effort To Rehabilitate The Choiseul River Bed.

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WILTON’S YARD HOMICIDE

The Shooting Death Of Prominent Wilton’s Yard Resident Steven “Face” Francis On Sunday Night. Face As He Was Known Was A Community Leader, Someone Who Often Stood Up For Wilton’s Yard Or The Grave Yard. Steven ‘Face’ Francis Made A Desperate Dash For Safety, But Collapsed Just Before Reaching His …

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MARCUS GARVEY CELEBRATION

Rastafarians From Far And Wide Converged On The Southern Town Of Vieux Fort On Friday To Remember One Of Their Prophets – Marcus Garvey. Garvey Was Known The World Over For His Tireless Campaign To Have People Of African Ancestry To Become Business Owners And To Demand Equal Social And …

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PM ON BOARDER CONTROL

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet Has Assured The Civil Servants Whose Departments Are Being Merged That No Jobs Will Be Lost As A Result Of The Formation Of The New Boarder Control Agency. Speaking At Monday’s Pre Cabinet Briefing, His Last Before Heading On Holiday, Prime Minister Chastanet Says The Formation …

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PWA STANDS WITH EMBATTLED WPC

The Police Welfare Association Has Been Emphatic In Its Criticism Of The Minister For National Security Hermangild Francis In His Dispute With A Female Police Officer Who Turned Down His Call While On Duty At The Ferry Terminal. This Prompted Senator Francis To Lodge A Formal Complaint With The Office …

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VLADIMIR LUCIEN ON NAIPAUL PASSING

Award Winning Poet, Vladimir Lucien Says Vs Naipaul’s Contribution To Caribbean Literature Should Not Be Underestimated. Naipaul Who Passed On August 11th At His Home In London, Was The Winner Of The 2001 Nobel Prize For Literature. According To Lucien, Naipaul Who Was Not Constrained By Social Conventions, Has Left …

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CAR THEFTS ON THE RISE IN ST LUCIA

Still On The Police, The Sharp Rise In The Theft Of Vehicles Is Causing Much Distress To The Victims. The St. Lucia Police Force Has Established A Special Unit To Combat That Illicit Activity And Urges Vehicle Owners To Take Steps To Secure Their Property.

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The Matter Between The National Security Minister Hermangild Francis And The Female Police Officer Who Turned Down His Call, Has Attracted The Attention Of Some Former Senior Police Officers. Senator Francis Who Says He Was Only Trying To Assist, Lodged A Formal Complaint Against The Female Police Officer. However, All …

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SLNT YOUTH ENVIRONMENT FORUM CENTERS ON BUILDING RESILIENT COASTLINES

The Week-Long Environmental Forum In The South Of St. Lucia Has Come To An End. The Educational Programme For School Aged Children Was Organised By The National Trust. The Environmental Programme Exposed The Students To The Threats To St. Lucia’s National Environment With Emphasis On Building Coastal Resilience.

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