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PHOTOGRAPHERS CALLED FOR 2018 PHOTOJOURNALISM BIENNIAL SINALOA

[Press Release] The Embassy of the United Mexican States to Saint Lucia wishes to announce the launching of the call: “2018 Photojournalism Biennial Sinaloa” from the Cultural Institute of Sinaloa and the Sinaloa Art Museum, in Culiacán, Mexico. The Photojournalism Biennial Sinaloa is a project conceived with the aim of …

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PRUDENT URGES ST LUCIANS TO ATTEND PROTEST RALLY ON SUNDAY

[Press Release] On June 6th, 2016, the citizens of our country elected a new government, which vowed that, compared to its predecessor, it was better able to ease their economic frustrations, upgrade the national infrastructure to the extent that it rivalled that of other metropolitan nations, provide adequate and high-quality …

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CSA AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS TO SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

[Press Release] The St. Lucia Civil Service Association’s Education and Training Committee has awarded five (5) scholarships to members’ children to pursue studies at the secondary school level, beginning the academic year 2018, as well as ten (10) awards for special assistance valued at $500.00 per child. The scholarship awardees …

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CARICOM STRIVES TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY

The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat Is Hoping That A ‘Results-Based Management System’ Will Be The Answer To Its Longstanding Efficiency Concerns. Officials Are Conducing Sensitization Seminars Across Member States. CARICOM’s Deputy Secretary General Says The System Introduces A More Results-Focused Approach To Programme And Project Management.

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OPPOSITION CONDEMNS GOVERNMENT, LOCKERBIE CONTRACT

The Alleged Multi-Million-Dollar Contract Between The Government Of Saint Lucia And United States- Based Hospitality Procurement Firm ‘The Parker Company’ Will Be “Immediately” Terminated, Should The Saint Lucia Labour Party Regain Office. While Sports Advocates Have Made The Case For Better Playing Facilities, Opposition Spokesman On Sport Dr. Ernest Hilaire …

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SLP RALLIES SUPPORT AHEAD OF PROTEST

The Opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party Is Rallying Its Base And Ramping Up Support, Ahead Of Its September 9th National Protest. Opposition Leader Philip J. Pierre Says The Key Issues, Which Include Inadequate Healthcare And Poor Fiscal Management, Transcend Party Politics.

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