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March 16th 2016 Equine Association Denounce Outlaw Riders

The local equine association wants to engage in dialogue with authorities to draft policy and designate zoning to allow horse riding. The request comes in light of an accident where a horse trampled a 5-year old last Sunday. Reportedly under the advice of the equine association, the implicated rider has …

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March 16th 2016 Waste Water Management Workshop

The ministry of sustainable development is spearheading efforts to roll out a national policy for waste-water management. On Wednesday, experts met to discuss and provide feedback on a draft policy document. Organizers of the one-day meeting say it was important to the move towards a legal and policy framework for …

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March 15th 2016 Social Workers Exhibition

Month-long activities in recognition of the job of social workers continued this week. The events are being spearheaded by the Saint Lucia association of social workers, which held a special exhibition on Tuesday.

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March 14th 2016 Francophonie Launch 2016

The Alliance Francaise has partnered in celebrating Francophonie month this march. A variety of cultural events have been organized throughout the month to celebrate the French language and culture. Winston Springer junior has more.

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March 14th 2016 Vector Awareness Week 2016

The annual observance of vector awareness week has been bumped up to march 2016, as the ministry of health focuses on reducing the transmission of vector borne diseases. The ministry has designated the period march 14th to 19th as vector awareness week, and activities will include a school poster competition …

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March 10th Lions Club Donates To Polyclinic

The lions club of Gros-Islet has made another contribution towards the health services at the Gros-Islet poly-clinic. In March, the club donated a drug delivery device to the facility. The equipment will help patients who have difficulty with breathing.

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