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11,000 STUDENTS MARKED WITH ZERO PASSES – CSEC 2018

[TRINIDADNEWSDAY]  SOME 11,000 pupils across the region who wrote the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Exam (formerly O’levels) last May/June got no passes. So said Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) Registrar Glenroy Cumberbatch at a function for the official release of results in Grenada on Saturday.

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Gov’t to appoint interim Board at SALCC

[Press release] Minister with responsibility for Education Hon. Dr. Gale Rigobert has confirmed receipt of resignation letters from the members Board of the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (SALCC). The Minister of Education has thanked the Board of the College, expressing her gratitude for their service. “I wish to thank all …

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SIGNING OF SAINT LUCIAN FOOTBALLER TO IPSWICH TOWN

Ipswich Town have completed the signing of versatile defender Janoi Donacien from Accrington Stanley. The 24-year-old joins initially on loan due to the fact the Blues are still ironing out a few work permit issues for a player who hails from the Caribbean island of St Lucia. Once that is …

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Gov’t to repay NIC $100 million by Aug. 26

The Finance Ministry led by Senator Dr. Ubaldus Raymond has told the press the XCD $100 million loan from the National Insurance Corporation [NIC] will be repaid by August 26. The government requested the one hundred million-dollar NIC loan in July to cover a potential investor payout for two bonds …

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Saint Lucian youth makes Windies U-15 squad

[Press release] For the fourth straight year, a WINDIES Under 15 squad will go on a two-weeks tour of the UK. This is an ongoing exchange between Cricket West Indies and the England Barmy Army’s Colts. This year, the team from the West Indies has attracted support from Virgin Atlantic. …

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Family seeks help to find missing teen

16-year-old Mosiah George has not been seen since July 30 according to his mother Catherine George. The teen according to his mother has never stayed away from home for such a lengthy period without communicating. Family say he was last sighted in the Millet community. Catherine says she is unaware of …

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Bill Clinton to visit Saint Lucia

[Press release] As part of the Clinton Foundation’s efforts to work with Caribbean islands to empower them to build back better, grow their economies, improve public health, implement renewable energy, and become more resilient, President Bill Clinton will be traveling to Miami, Saint Lucia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands this …

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Fuel Price Adjustments

Fuel Price Adjustments The Public is hereby notified that in keeping with changes in international oil prices and Government’s application of the modified market pass-through petroleum pricing mechanism, the retail price of LPG 20, 22, and 100 lb cylinders have been changed. The retail price of kerosene, gasoline and diesel …

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