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September 4th 2015 Dominica Ambassador’s Rally Call

The O.E.C.S Dominica ambassador is on island championing the message of hope for storm ravaged Dominica. The commencement of a new academic term is one of the thorny issues now confronting the island. Hts Newsforce caught up with the foreign office on the Morne on Friday afternoon.

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September 4th 2015 UWI Open Campus Mexico Embassy Lecture

Saint Lucia’s foreign policy is often wedded to its national interests. Collaboration with one of the island’s key allies was the subject of discussion at the latest UWI open campus organized series of lectures. This time around, the lecture marked the 10th anniversary of the opening of the embassy of …

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September 3rd 2015 Hiv-Testing Training

In September, PAHO organized a training workshop in St. Lucia for health officials who work in TB/HIV programs. The training exercise will ensure health officials in St. Lucia are prepared to provide the necessary care to those with HIV and TB.

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September 3rd 2015 WASCO Battle Plan For Dennery

The water and sewage company WASCO has announced that plans for the Dennery north water re-development project are well underway. According to officials a preparatory study is near completion and contractors will soon be asked to tender proposals for the design and build contract. This project will bring some much …

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September 2nd 2015 Health Officials Advocate Suicide Prevention

Mental health-care professionals are urging saint Lucians to heed the warning signs of depression and suicidal tendencies. Over the past few years, St. Lucia has recorded a spate of suicide cases, prompting authorities to re-double efforts aimed at saving lives. They are imploring citizens who are in distress to seek …

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September 1st 2015 External Affairs Supports Special Needs Test

The ministry of education has collaborated with various teachers to introduce a new achievement test for special needs students in St. Lucia. In august, the educators handed over the test to the ministry. The new test will allow teachers to fully assess and determine children’s instructional needs.

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