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August 18th 2015 Making The Best Out Of The Seaweed Situation

Huge mats of sargassum seaweed are making life a bit difficult for residents, particularly in coastal communities such as Micoud and Praslin. However, scientists and local agriculture officials agree that it is time to make the best out of an uncomfortable situation. Researchers from the University of the West Indies …

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August 18th 2015 Rigobert Welcomes All Challengers

The Micoud north MP gale Rigobert says she is prepared for a fight in the next general elections. Over the weekend, a face announced plans to challenge the incumbent MP at the next poll. While pundits have dismissed the bid as ludicrous given the recent anti-establishment Politician wave, Rigobert is …

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August 17th 2015 RSLPF Numbers To Get A Boost

The royal Saint Lucia police force has selected 42 special police constables who will undergo a strict training regimen to enter the ranks of the department as full-time officers. Although this is the 34th recruitment course, it is uncharted territory for the storied law enforcement agency.

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August 17th NLA Organizes Debate Training Workshop

This weekend, the national lotteries authority hosted its last debate training workshop. The national debate competition is a collaborative effort between the national lotteries authority and the national youth council. This time around, facilitators focused on rebuttals, presentation and delivery and tools essential for an effective debate.

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August 13th 2015 Digicel Provides Over 20 Scholarships to Students

Staff members from Digicel, under the Digicel scholarship programme, were given the opportunity to nominate hard working students from their community who were most deserving of a scholarship. And on Thursday, august 13th Digicel presented over 20 financial scholarships to students for the new school year. The scholarships will assist …

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August 12th Spartan ’s students celebrate

Students at the Spartan university are celebrating the completion of the first vital phase in their course of study. The students and their lecturers commemorated the accomplishment with a gathering at the student campus over the weekend.

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August 12th ICT Hosts First Fair

This week, the ministry of public service organized an information communication technology (ICT) fair. The purpose of the fair is to sensitize the public about current ICT trends, the use of broadband and its associated services.

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August 12th Consumer rights body demands VOIP rights

It has been the long term mantra of the National Consumers Association to make the public aware of their rights as it pertains to the purchase of goods and services in Saint Lucia. While many consumers remain in the dark on their rights, in some unique situations consumers who are …

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