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Courts Sponsors U4FRIA 5 2017

Courts St Lucia is sponsoring the upcoming u4ria featuring 5 St Lucia’s very own Soca Crooner – Teddyson John. The fifth event will feature an all- star cast of local and regional headliners at pigeon island on Thursday July 6th 2017. The furniture and appliance chain is providing 18 thousand …

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Flow Upgrades Broadband Network

Telecommunications provider, Flow is nearing completion of overhauling their broadband network on a national scale.   On June 14th, Flow announced the broadband upgrade is expected boost web browsing speeds for consumers. Clarence Griffith, the Network Operations Lead for Flow, explained to the press that the upgrade is in response …

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City mayor warns against improper disposal of fat

The Mayor of Castries has warned food establishments in the city about the improper disposal of fat and the need for installation and maintenance of grease traps. These observations were made while the Mayor, along with officials from his office, did a walk-through of the capital on Monday morning. His …

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EU Ambassadors Dialogue With Pm On Justice System

A delegation of European Union (EU) ambassadors met with Prime Minister Allen Chastanet, as well as justice and national security officials on Tuesday. The EU diplomats received updates on criminal justice matters such as the IMPACS investigation and spoke on health and climate change issues.

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Jacques Restaurant Destroyed By Fire

The owners of a popular fine dining restaurant have seen their establishment razed by fire for the second time. Jacques water-front dining in Rodney Bay went up in flames around 3:00 am on Tuesday June 13th. Seven employees are now out of work and the establishment’s owners say it is …

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Thousands Sit 2017 Common Entrance Exam

Could a relatively new addition to St. Lucia’s common entrance examinations be a possible solution to a major concern with universal secondary education? 2,285 grade six students, hailing from 69 primary schools wrote the annual exam on Tuesday for a place in one of 22 local secondary schools.

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Nemo Holds Ham Held Radio Training

The national emergency management organization (NEMO) is seeking to strengthen its communication structure. The organization invited amateur radio operators to a conference to address the communication flow in the aftermath of disasters. The meeting was held on Tuesday June 13th at Nemo headquarters at Bisee.

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