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UNICOMER VIRTUAL CEREMONY

Unicomer OECS hosted its first annual virtual i-connect staff event this past weekend. The on-line celebration recognized over 150 employees from across the OECS.

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SLTCC GRANTS TWO SCHOLARSHIPS

Despite the challenges of the covid-19 pandemic, the St. Lucia teachers’ credit co-operative this week doled out education scholarships to two of Saint Lucia’s high school academic stand-outs. The recipients of the award are bound for the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College.

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MORE WORK ON CORINTH/RIVIERE ROAD UPGRADE PROJECT

The Corinth/Grand Riviere road rehabilitation project continues with the widening of the Corinth/Marisule intersection. According to communications officer in the ministry of infrastructure, Shannon Lebourne, the project will involve the up-grade of a bus stop along the busy stretch of road.

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FERDINAND URGES CAUTIOUS RESTART OF SCHOOL TERM

Physical school classes resumed on April 19th, despite continued community transmission of Covid-19 and volcanic ash from the La Soufriere volcano eruption in Saint Vincent. The opposition point-man on education, senator Guibion Ferdinand advises that authorities and stake-holders monitor the situation closely and respond accordingly.

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GUY JOSEPH PREDICTS RESOUNDING VICTORY

Physical school classes resumed on April 19th, despite continued community transmission of Covid-19 and volcanic ash from the La Soufriere volcano eruption in Saint Vincent. The opposition point-man on education, senator Guibion Ferdinand advises that authorities and stake-holders monitor the situation closely and respond accordingly.

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HEALTH MINISTER ADDRESSES RECENT MEDICAL INVESTIGATIONS

St. Lucia’s leading medical institutions have been making the headlines of late for all the wrong reasons. From a botch surgery to a suspicious death In-care, there are increasing calls for these matters to be addressed with greater alacrity and transparency.

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BLACKS LIVES MATTER SAINT LUCIA HAILS CHAUVIN VERDICT

The Saint Lucia chapter of “Black Lives Matter”(BLM), is applauding the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. The former Minneapolis police officer was found guilty on all three charges in the may 2020 murder of George Floyd. BLM Saint Lucia says the outcome in the case, although uncommon in terms …

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