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PM attends e-Governance conference in Estonia

[Press Release] With the Government’s thrust towards improved e-Governance, a timely conference on the advancements of these efforts begins in Tallin, Estonia today under the theme “Governance for Digital Citizens”. Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, Economic Growth, Job Creation, External Affairs and the Public Service, Honourable Allen Chastanet, is currently …

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ST. JUDE HOSPITAL TO REMAIN AT ORIGINAL SITE

The St. Jude Hospital will remain in Augier Vieux Fort. This was disclosed by Economic Development Minister Guy Joseph during the 28 May pre-cabinet press briefing. Since the stoppage of reconstruction works, the St. Jude Hospital reconstruction has morphed into a ‘repurpose versus relocate’ debate.

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HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER PROMISES HIGH COURT UPDATE

Home Affairs Minister Hermangild Francis says he is waiting on word from the owner of the Nyerah court building, before announcing a date for the resumption of High Court proceedings. Operations at the John Compton Highway located Nyerah court have been suspended since April 16th and members of the public …

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MICOUD NORTH MP SEEKING SEAWEED SOLUTION

As more sargassum seaweed is expected to invade Saint Lucia’s shores in the coming weeks, the MP for Micoud North has implored her constituents to attend the public meetings and consultations seeking solutions to the infestation.

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CASTRIES VENDORS & MAYOR SQUARE OFF, AGAIN!

Castries vendors have once again taken to the media to express yet another gripe against the Castries Constituency Council. This time it is not about booths or trays, but what they claim is an essential accessory to their respective booths.

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DR. RIGOBERT WANTS FORGIVENESS OVER BEANFIELD SEC

Education Minister Dr. Gale Rigobert says she is taking full responsibility for the controversy which erupted over common entrance students who selected the Beanfield Secondary School as their high school of choice. Recently, parents were informed that the Beanfield Secondary will not permit a form one intake for the 2018-2019 …

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Nurses Association conclude Quality Care Improvement Conference

GIS – QUALITY HEALTHCARE HAS BECOME AN INTEGRATED PART OF HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT. The Saint Lucia Nurses Association conducted a two-day Quality Care Improvement Conference under the theme “Nursing: Providing Quality Care for All.” The conference was held during International Nurses Week. This year’s conference focused on quality care improvement. Continuous …

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MIA MOTTLEY IS BARBADOS’ FIRST FEMALE PM

Barbadians have elected Hon. Mia Mottley as their first female Prime Minister. Mottley’s Barbados Labour Party (BLP) thrashed the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), securing all 30 of the country’s seats in the House of Assembly. Alison Kentish takes a look at her historic win – and her surprising connection to …

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DR. ROBERT LEWIS DENIES A LAMBIRDS ‘SCANDAL’

Lambirds academy was no scandal. This is according to Former Education Minister Dr. Robert Lewis in response to what he claims are attacks on his integrity by certain government Ministers. Dr. Lewis was a guest on the 24 May edition of ‘That Makes Me Mad’.

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