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EDUCATION MINISTER CALLS OFF SALCC MEETING

The Much Anticipated Meeting Between The Minister For Education And The Teaching Staff Of The College Has Been Called Off. The Indefinite Postponement Of The Meeting, Adds To The Prevailing Sense Of Uncertainty At The College.

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CARICOM SGA IRWIN LAROCQUE SPEAKS ON PASSING OF VS NAIPAUL

[CARICOM]  The Trinidad and Tobago born Nobel Laureate was a prolific author of both fiction and non-fiction works which elicited much critical acclaim and earned him many literary awards. He was acknowledged as a master in the use of language. His unsparing critique of post-colonial societies across the globe was …

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SLP OUTRAGED BY PM’S STATEMENT ON DIALYSIS DEATH

 The Saint Lucia Labour Party is appalled at the response of the Prime Minister to the death of a patient Curtis Marius who died undergoing dialysis at the Owen King EU hospital. In response to questions by the media on the death of Mr. Marius, the Prime Minister said quote …

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2018 BORDER CONTROL THREATENS JOB SECURITY

The Government Of St Lucia Has Unveiled Plans To Tighten St. Lucia’s Boarders. The Ease With Which People Get In And Out Of St. Lucia Is Believed To Be Fueling A Criminal Enterprise In St. Lucia. The Change, To The Management Of St. Lucia’s Boarders Is Sparking Some Serious Concern …

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COP TO CAP HOMICIDE COUNT AT 25

The St. Lucia Police Force Has Outlined Its Ambitious Plan To Keep The Number Of Recorded Homicides This Year To Under 25. In 2017, St. Lucia Registered A Record 60 Homicides. The Police Commissioner Plans To Spare No Effort In Curbing Crime.

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STYROFOAM PHASE OUT TO COMMENSE DECEMBER 1ST

St. Lucia’s Landfills And Lunch Rooms Are Soon To Be Styrofoam Free. That’s According To The Plans Of The Ministry Of The Environment. The Plan Is To Phase Out Styrofoam Products By The End Of The Year With A Complete Ban To Follow.

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FIRST DEATH ROW PENALTY IN 21 YEARS

[BBC] – Nebraska has become the first US state to use the opioid fentanyl to carry out the death penalty. Convicted criminal Carey Dean Moore, 60, who killed two cab drivers in 1979, was executed in the state’s first lethal injection and first execution in 21 years. Amid two lawsuits from …

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CLOSING OF THE IMMIGRATION OFFICE -CBN

On August 17th and 20th, 2018, the Office of the Immigration Department in Castries will be closed in order for Caribbean Bank Note- CBN to undertake installation of new equipment on the passport issuing system. During this time passport applications cannot be processed neither printing of passports. The department deeply apologizes …

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ST LUCIA CIP BLACKLISTS IRAN

St. Lucia’s Citizenship By Investment Programme Has Slapped A Ban On Iranians Gaining St. Lucia’s Passport. The Ban On Iranians Is Justified By The Difficulty In Conducting Thorough Back-Ground Checks On Iranian Applicants.

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ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION SYSTEM TRAINING

St. Lucia Has Taken The Lead Among Caribbean Islands In Setting The Ground Work For Establishing Its National Environmental Information System (NEIS). This System Seeks To Monitor The Health Of The Environment At Several Levels.  

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SOUTH CALYPSO TENTS 20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS

For 20 Years The South Calypso Tent Has Had A Great Impact On The Calypso And Soca Scene In St Lucia. Jeanna Philippa Reports That The Tent Known As A Breeding Ground For Young Performers, Is Celebrating Two Decades Of Contribution To The Local Entertainment Scene.

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