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November 18th 2015 Chefs For Development

Chefs from the Caribbean and pacific are coming together, hoping to ensure that more locally grown produce is used in meals for tourists. Called ‘chefs for development’, they say they can play an important role in helping Small-scale farmers to supply food to hotels in the Caribbean and boost food …

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November 18th 2015 New Board For Students’ Council

The national youth council hosted a National Students Council conference on Tuesday at the national cultural centre. The purpose of the conference was primarily to elect a new executive board that will front the needs of the national student body.

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November 18th 2015 2nd Caribbean Agri-Business Forum Day 4

The Caribbean agribusiness association, the ACP-EU technical Center for agricultural and rural cooperation and the inter-American institute for cooperation on agriculture (IICA) convened day one of the two-day Caribbean agribusiness forum in Barbados on Thursday. Alison Kentish spoke to the eastern Caribbean states ambassador to the European Union Dr. Len …

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November 17th 2015 Praises For After School Programme

The community after school programme (CASP) of the ministry of social transformation is set to change the lives of vulnerable children in St. Lucia. Last week, landings hotel came on board as a funding sponsor of the community after school programme.

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November 14th 2015 ‘No Is No’ March Declared A Success

Members of the public joined in a massive anti-abuse march through the streets of Castries on Saturday, calling for an end to rape, sexual abuse and gender-based violence. The awareness walk started at the Marchand playing field and ended at the Derek Walcott square. Organizers say the event is all …

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November 13th 2015 Electronic Voting System

A new E-Voting System has been launched by the members of Bits by Bits and Associates in collaboration with St. Lucia Electoral Department. On November 14th, the new program will be tested for the first time.

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November 13th 2015 Dr. Anthony Pleased With Cop Preparation

Prime minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says he is pleased with Saint Lucia’s report card in the lead up to the Paris climate talks in December. Saint Lucia has lead responsibility for climate change in CARICOM. It’s a major undertaking, as small island states in the Caribbean will make a case …

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