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CHEFS IN SCHOOL 2018 CULINARY COMPETITION 2018

The “chefs in schools” culinary competition was held on 15 June at the Ciceron Secondary School. The winner of this year’s championship will represent Saint Lucia in the Caribbean duelling competition in Barbados this August. 

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PACKED AGENDA FOR 65TH OECS AUTHORITY MEETING

Heads of governments of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) are meeting in Saint Lucia for the 65th meeting of the OECS Authority. The summit which is being held from June 18th to the 19th 2018 at the Habour Club, Gros Islet will cover a number of issues including …

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NHC SEEKS LEGAL ACTION AGAINST LA CLERY CDC RESIDENTS

The spat between the National Housing Corporation (NHC) and the residents of the old CDC La Clery community, has made its way to the courts. NHC chairman Timothy Mangal spoke to HTS News4orce 18 June and confirmed that the organization is seeking legal redress for the actions by residents of …

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Housing Corp sues protesters to recoup $34k loss

[Press release] The National Housing Corporation (NHC) is suing residents of La Clery who protested against the demolition of the La Clery CDC structures earlier this month. This is according to documents of the High Court, filed by the NHC lawyers on June 13, 2018. The NHC is claiming that because …

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SLHTA wants ‘greater role’ in renewable energy development

[Press release] The St. Lucia Hotel & Tourism Association wants to play a greater role in helping St. Lucia meet its renewable energy targets under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Paris Agreement. Saint Lucia is one of more than 130 countries that signed on to the historic climate …

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CDB, PAHO Sign Agreement to Support Mental Health Post-disaster

(Press Release) The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have signed an agreement to enhance capacity for mental health and psycho-social support in disaster management in the Caribbean. “Despite the high vulnerability of the Region to these types of events, too often we have approached recovery …

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