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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MAKE FURTHER ADJUSTMENTS TO BANKING OPERATIONS

  PERATIONS The Bankers Association of Saint Lucia shares the concerns over the spread of COVID-19 globally and in the region. In the time since the Honourable Prime Minister Allen Chastanet’s announcement of a partial scale down of all non-essential economic and social services under the Heightened Protocol and Social Distancing …

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SAINT LUCIA CLOSES AIRPORTS TO ALL INCOMING TRAVELERS

The Government of Saint Lucia announces the closure of Saint Lucia’s airports to all incoming commercial and private flights effective 11:59pm on Monday 23rd March 2020. All airports will be closed to all incoming passengers until Sunday April 5th 2020. Aircraft facilitating departing passengers repatriating from Saint Lucia will be …

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“Taiwan- Saint Lucia Table Tennis Friendship Cup.”

“Taiwan- Saint Lucia Table Tennis Friendship Cup” highlights the sports and culture exchanges between two countries The 2nd “Taiwan- Saint Lucia Table Tennis Friendship Cup” was kicked off at the Beausejour Indoor Facility on Saturday, 7 March 2020, more than 42 young Saint Lucian talented players participated the tournament. During …

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Press Release- Grenadian Icon Sir Royston Hopkin Passes Away

“Passing of Sir Royston Hopkin, a most unbelievable loss to hotel and tourism sector” – Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart Grenadian icon to be accorded official funeral tomorrow by Desmond Allen, The Jamaica Observer, March 3rd Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, the Caribbean’s leading hotelier has described the passing of Grenadian tourism icon, Sir …

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PM DOUBLES DOWN ON JANINE COMPTON ANTOINE

Prime minister Allen Chastanet is not backing down on his opposition of the appointment of Jeanine Compton-Antoine to a post at the national trust. The conservation group last week responded to a litany of charges levelled against the trust by the prime minister during the hit radio 100 mid-morning show …

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SLU MATERNAL HEALTH FAIR

Expectant mothers and persons hoping to become mothers in the future were given some vital tips at a special health fair held in Gros Islet on the weekend.

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VF BUS DRIVERS SAY THEY ARE BEING TREATED UNFAIRLY BY THE POLICE

The Vieux Fort minibus operators are calling on the police to meet them half way, in their efforts to reduce the tension between the drivers and lawmen. The Vieux Fort minibus operators are considering taking a page from the Gros Islet minibus operators, in exposing their members to conflict resolution …

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DO YOU KNOW THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF SOME HERBS ?

The questions surrounding the effectiveness of herbal remedies, functional foods and dietary supplements in the prevention of and treatment of cancer, was the subject of the 5th annual lady Marilyn Floissac memorial lecture, presented by the University of the West Indies. Thursday’s lecture was delivered by professor of pharmacology Dr. …

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