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29 complete Farmer Field School program

GIS – PARTICIPANTS UNDERWENT 22 WEEKS OF INTENSIVE TRAINING IN SUBJECT MATTERS RELATING TO ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND AGRIBUSINESS DEVELOPMENT. More farmers are now certified agri-entrepreneurs following training in good agricultural practices. A Farmer Field School graduation exercise was held in the administrative building of the Meat Processing Facility in Vieux Fort, …

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CCC “shocked” by vendor protests

[Press Release]  The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is shocked over the recent turn of events among a small grouping of vendors who staged a protest Tuesday morning, outside the CCC offices. The council has led a bold campaign in recent times to clean up the capital city, making it more …

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WHAT’S GOING ON AT BANANES BAY?

Work is progressing on the Bananes Bay development, but it is not without controversy. Member of Parliament for the area Dr. Ernest Hilaire says the Allen Chastanet Administration has once again failed to include him on any aspect of the project. He is calling for transparency and consultation for residents.

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SLP & UWP SPAR OVER ST. JUDE HOSPITAL COSTS

As the healthcare debate rages on, the research officer in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition has sought to correct government’s senior communications officer Nicole Mc Donald on what she claims is misinformation about the future of the embattled St. Jude Hospital.

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CSA PREZ WORRIED ABOUT POLITICS;MEMBERS’ FUTURE

The new president of the Civil Service Association (CSA) is concerned about the future of members working for statutory corporations. In his first sit-down since taking up the mantle of the union, Cyprian Montrope also told HTS News4orce that members need to remember that they are not working for political …

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Body Holiday Resort lauded for blind hires

[Press Release]  The Month of May is observed as Blindness Awareness Month. The month calls attention to issues affecting blind and visually impaired person, the opportunities available including the various ways in which the society can advocate on behalf of the blind and visually impaired. The St. Lucia Blind Welfare …

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CITY VENDORS STAGE PROTEST

Castries vendors have made good on a promise to protest the removal of their trays and other belongings. They say poor people trying to earn a living are the casualties of Mayor Peterson Francis’ ‘safer streets’ campaign. The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) launched the campaign on Sunday May 13th, as …

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