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Golf Group Donates To Diabetes Association

The St Lucia Diabetes and Hypertension Association has received support from a new partner in the fight against diabetes. On Wednesday, a golf team made a donation to the association in an effort to support people living with the non-communicable disease.

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Fishermen’s Feast 2017

In observance of Fisherman’s Feast 2017 on Thursday, the Castries Fisherman’s Co-operative Society honored its members with a church service. The society wants the public to recognize the role that fishers play in feeding the nation.

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Emancipation Day march for peace

GIS:-The Aug. 1 Activity Aims to Promote Non-Violence and Respect for Life. The Archdiocese of Castries in collaboration with the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Saint Lucia have organized a National Day of Prayer and Fasting, and a March for Peace and Non Violence. The objective of the activity is to …

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Vector Awareness activities held in Micoud

GIS:-The Ministry of Health Continues to Stress the Need for Preventative Measures to Combat the Extensive Breeding of Vectors. The Ministry of Health yesterday culminated Vector Awareness Week in the community of Micoud. Dr Sharon Belmar George, Medical Officer in the Ministry of Health, said the activity focused on stemming …

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Stakeholders review draft bill

GIS:-Parastatal Representatives and Legal Drafting Experts Came Together to Discuss the Proposed Bill. A draft Parastatal Bill was presented at a recently held consultation facilitated by the Department of Legal Drafting. The bill explored issues of corporate governance and finance in parastatal entities, along with the function of the Parastatal …

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Government, USAID collaborate

GIS:-The YES Project Brings Stakehoklders Together to Find Solutions to Youth Crime and Recidivism. The United States Agency of International Development (USAID) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Saint Lucia that will govern the implementation of USAID’s Youth Empowerment Service (YES) project in Saint Lucia. …

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Fisher Folk Continue to be Vital to Our Economy

PRESS RELEASE:-Parliamentary Representative for Vieux Fort North Hon. Moses Jn. Baptiste extends congratulations to all fisher folk in Saint Lucia on the observance today June 29th, of another Fisher folk Day or what is commonly known as Fishermen’s Feast. Hon. Jn. Baptiste who is the former Minister for Fisheries between …

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The Babonneau Good Shepherd Church turns 70 on June 29th

PRESS RELEASE This year the Babonneau community will be remembered for something great and inspiring, while creating a legacy for generations to come. Seventy (70) years ago, on 29th June 1947, the cornerstone of the Babonneau Good Shepherd Catholic Church was laid. This year the parish honours and celebrate their …

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Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, Castries Central MP for How Long?

Saint Lucia Minister responsible for External Affairs, Sarah Flood-Beaubrun on June 19th, sat on a special panel during an annual assembly for members of the Organization of American States (OAS) where discussions on various human rights issues topped the agenda.  Minister Flood-Beaubrun expressed to the hemispheric panel, her views on …

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Flow Working To Address Company Complaints

Telecommunications provider, flow says that it is working assiduously to iron out some kinks in service as a result of ongoing upgrades to its network system. A number of customers over the past few weeks have lodged complaints about flow’s broad-band and cable services. Communications specialist at flow Saint Lucia, …

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Former PM Says Guy Joseph Probe Was No Feint

Former Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony says investigations were underway into alleged wrong doing by Castries Southeast MP Guy Joseph, but the elections changed everything. Many critics have accused the former SLP government of conjuring up tales about the long serving MP who has emphatically denied all accusations against him. …

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