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Caribbean Export Brings Regional Designers to CARIFESTA XIII

PRESS RELEASE:-Bridgetown, BARBADOS, August 10, 2017.  At this year’s CARIFESTA XIII hosted in Barbados, the Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) will be facilitating the participation of designers and artisans from across CARIFORUM within their Design Caribbean and Caribbean Essence export promotion platforms The assistance, in the tune of €50,000 …

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Forestry Officials Say Marijuana Cultivation Damaging to Woodlands

GIS:-Forestry Officials Say Marijuana Cultivation Damaging to Woodlands. Officials at the Forests and Lands Department have cautioned that marijuana cultivation is endangering Saint Lucia’s forest reserves. Research Officer, Karl Augustine, said the impact of the cultivation of marijuana in the island’s forests has multiple negative effects. “The production of marijuana …

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Florida Honeymooners ‘Love’ Saint Lucia

PRESS RELEASE:-SAINT LUCIA (August 10, 2017) – Saint Lucia is being praised highly by a very satisfied visitor who won the opportunity to enjoy the island. Nicole Kreiner won the trip in NBC 6 South Florida’s annual Ultimate Honeymoon Giveaway Sweepstakes in which the Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB) has …

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Morgue Officially Handed Over to St. Jude Hospital

Press Release:-The newly constructed St Jude Hospital morgue has moved one step closer to becoming operational after the building was officially handed over to the Board of Directors of St Jude Hospital by the Ministry of Health on Wednesday August 9, 2017. Minister of Health and Wellness, Senator Hon. Mary …

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Driving Association Alarmed Over Uptick In Road Crashes

Emergency officials and the national association of driving schools are urging party-goers to exercise caution on the roads following mass crowd events. In other words, don’t drink and drive. Their concerns come, amid what has become the norm of motor vehicular crashes following said events.

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Driving Association Pro Calls For Caution

Meanwhile, the public relations officer of the national association of driving schools says drivers can save lives, if they act judiciously. This advice follows a serious motor vehicular collision on the choc highway on Wednesday afternoon.

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SLDB Provides Climate Disaster Resilience Funding

The Saint Lucia Development Bank (SLDB) is hoping that farmers, home-owners and businesses will take advantage of a special lending facility and protect their property from the impacts of climate change. The SLDB is the only financial institution in St. Lucia to have such a facility, which is being funded …

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Cultural Community Honors “Paba”

The local cultural community is paying tribute to cultural icon monsignor Patrick ‘Paba’ Anthony. The roman catholic priest, who celebrated his 70th birthday on august 6th, was recognized for his immense contribution to Saint Lucia’s social life in the areas of religion and culture, with a cultural evening. The highlight …

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PM Dolphin Park Proposal Update

Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says dialogue is the best way forward on the proposed dolphin park. The Saint Lucia national trust and the UWP administration have been at loggerheads since the announcement of the park surfaced.

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Red Caps Donate To Disadvantaged Groups

The Red Caps Association is providing assistance to individuals and groups in need. The Saint Lucia blind welfare association, which is one of the beneficiaries, has vowed to reciprocate by helping the red caps improve their services to the differently abled at the Hewanorra Airport.

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SANDALS CLARIFICATION ON DEVELOPMENTS IN ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

Press Release August 10th, 2017 Montego Bay, Jamaica — Sandals Resorts International has 22 hotels in eight different territories throughout the Caribbean, and in 35 years of doing business with numerous governments; we have always operated at the highest standards and in the most ethical and transparent manner. As an …

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UWP Calls on Joachim Henry to Answer Burning Questions or Resign!

Ministers Account Saga: UWP Calls on Joachim Henry to Answer Burning Questions or Resign! CASTRIES, Saint Lucia –Thursday, August 10, 2017 The United Workers Party remains concerned over the silence of Senator Joachim Henry into the alleged mismanagement of funds of the National Lotteries Authority during the time MP for …

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800k Cruise Ship Passengers Expected from Berth Expansion

Press Release:–The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) is making steady progress with its berth expansion project at Port Castries. This was revealed at a meeting with the Saint Lucia Tourist Board (SLTB) on Monday, August 7 when SLASPA provided an update on the project. SLASPA is constructing …

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