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December 7th 2015 Cop Speaks Out On Attack

His peers say he is a hero. SPC Curtley Palmer was the police officer who stood up to his attacker on Monday November 30th 2015. The traffic officer is speaking out after a man attempted to set him alight, while he was on-duty on a busy Castries street.

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December 4th 2015 Kids Insight Helps More In Distress

The Saint Lucia blind welfare association is once again receiving assistance from outreach project – Kids insight. A contingent from the West Virginia university eye institute has been visiting St. Lucia over the past eleven years providing much needed eye care to Saint Lucians with visual impairments.

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December 2nd 2015 Sissons Paints Promotion

During this time of year, many businesses and organizations try to do something for different segments of the community. However, there are some companies where being a strong partner in their community or contributing to Saint Lucian society is an everyday affair.

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December 2nd 2015 Taxi Driver Certification Programme

The government of Saint Lucia is taking steps to improve the level of professionalism and shrewdness of taxi-operators. One of the initiatives is the tourism transportation certification, which was launched by the ministry of tourism on Tuesday. It is intended to re-tool and retain the operators as business savvy ambassadors …

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December 2nd 2015 Boo Hinkson Champions “1.5 To Stay Alive”

Caribbean artists have released a theme song to draw attention to the unique challenges facing small island states. The track will support the efforts of Caribbean delegates at the negotiations at the climate conference cop21 in Paris, France. The lyrics were written by Kendel Hippolyte and music composed and produced …

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November 27th 2015 PANCAP Aids Consultation

The justice for all program initiated by the Pan American Partnership Against Hiv/Aids PANCAP conducted a national consultation in Saint Lucia on Friday. The deliberations were aimed at achieving broad based goals in the fight against the Hiv/Aids epic.

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November 26th 2015 NWU Issues Strike Notice At WASCO

The national workers union has sought to clear the air on the industrial problems at WASCO. On Thursday, the union said it would be meeting with the labor minister and commissioner in a bid to resolve a number of outstanding issues. However, despite attempts at diplomacy, the union says it …

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