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Vieux Fort Jazz 2016

As part of the 25th edition of the Saint Lucia Jazz and Arts Festival Vieux-Fort hosted: “Jazz A La Chaudiere” this past weekend for the first time. The event was held at the Phillip Marcellin Grounds.

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Jeanine Compton-Antoine Cautiously Upbeat

Independent candidate for Micoud north Jeannine Compton-Antoine convened a press conference on Tuesday, to clear the air on any issues surrounding her contract with the people. She says she wanted to make it known that the contract was the idea of the Micoud North constituents, who are clamouring for true …

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Banana Accompanying Measures Programme

This week, the Ministry of Agriculture held a signing ceremony for the rehabilitation of two Agricultural Feeder Roads in Vieux-Fort and Dennery. The project is part of the Banana Accompanying Measures (BAM) Program and costs over EC $27 million.

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PM Praises CARTAC

Prime Minister and minister for finance Dr. Kenny Anthony has praised the Caribbean regional technical assistance centre (CARTAC) for its role in assisting with reforms to Saint Lucia’s financial management systems. The prime minister was at the time addressing the opening of the centre’s annual steering committee meeting. He said …

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LUCELEC 2016 Staff Appreciation Awards

It was a day of celebration for employees of St. Lucia Electricity Services Limited (LUCELEC)as the company recognized the achievements of staff for end of year 2015. The major awards, which included the announcement of “Employee of the Year”, were part of the annual LUCELEC Staff Appreciation Ceremony which was …

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Laborie Economic Forum Ends Training Program

The Laborie economic & employment forum held a ceremony for its sales and marketing trainees. The participants were trained in sale tactics and will use the newfound skills to promote the forum’s activities, including a Feste Labowie.

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Japan Funds Climate Change Project

Saint Lucia is one of eight Caribbean countries to participate in the climate partnership project funded by the government of japan. The US$15 million project will help countries improve energy security and fund adaptation programs.

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