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RUSSEL’S ROOFTOP’S OPENING EVENT

Songs always seem to sound better when heard with great friends. That may be why Russell Lake, owner of Russell’s Rooftop located in Morne Du Don, had an opening event this past Tuesday, truly worthy of note.  

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INDIA’S HIGH COMMISSIONER VISITS SPARTAN

The Ambassador of India to the Republic of Suriname and high commissioner of India designate to St. Lucia – Mahender Singh Kanyal recently visited the Spartan Health Sciences University. The ambassador presented his credentials to the Prime Minister on February 6th.  

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PAHO CALLS ON CARIBBEAN TO PREPARE FOR POSSIBLE DENGUE OUTBREAKS

The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has called on countries in the Americas to prepare for a timely response to possible outbreaks of Dengue. The disease is endemic in the region and, since its re-introduction in the 1980s, has caused cyclical outbreaks and epidemics every three to five years.  

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SALCC KEEPING UP WITH CHANGING EDUCATIONAL LANDSCAPE

The Illuminations Committee, of the Sir Arthur Lewis College, tasks itself with the dissemination of information made available through recent research. Established in January 2018, this new group’s interests are reflective of the changing educational landscape.  

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OPPOSITION SUPPORTS FLAG COLOUR STANDARDIZATION

The St. Lucia Labor Party is on board with a move to standardize the colors of the national flag. Political leader Philipp J. Pierre weighed in on the debate surrounding the correct colors of the flag at an SLP press conference on Wednesday.  

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OPPOSITION WRITES TO SLASPA AMID HIA PROJECT TRANSPARENCY CONCERNS

Now that government has broken ground on the anticipated re-development of the Hewanorra International Airport, the opposition Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP), has formally written to the Saint Lucia Air And Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA), appealing for commitment that transparency over public tendering associated with the project will not be …

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HTS NEWS4ORCE ON THE GROUND REPORT FROM VENEZUELA

An HTS News4orce team is back on island following a working visit to Venezuela. The visit comes amid unfolding political and economic developments in that country. The journalist and camera operator sought to get a general picture of the political and social conditions there and Stanley Lucien has the first …

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