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November 5th 2015 World War 2 Exhibition

An exhibition in honour of brave Saint Lucians who served in the British armed forces during the Second World War, from 1939-1945 is now underway at the blue coral mall. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. St. Lucians volunteered and enlisted in …

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October 28th 2015 Early Warning Flood Device Trials Begin

Some residents in the capital were startled by the blaring sounds of a siren. This was no emergency, but the test of a vital piece of equipment, which disaster officials say, will help save lives. The installation of the flood warning siren systems has prompted the water resource management agency …

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November 3rd 2015 Caribbean-Pacific Agri-Food Forum

The first ever Caribbean/pacific agri-food forum is taking place in Barbados this week. The 5-day meeting brings together policy makers, agriculture experts, private sector entities, financing firms and farmers, to chart the way forward for the regional and pacific agriculture industries.

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November 2nd 2015 GEW Fashion Design Contest

The St. Lucia chamber of commerce is hosting a fashion competition to commemorate global entrepreneurship week, Organizers say the contest will demonstrate St. Lucia’s talent in the potentially lucrative field by using the GEW logo and band of colors

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November 2nd 2015 Vieux Fort Chapter Launched

The national volunteer programme, volunteer saint lucia launched the organization’s vieux fort chapter on sunday. One of the goals of the program within the office of the prime minister is to establish volunteer chapters in communities on the island.

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October 30th 2015 UWI Ebola Lecture

On Thursday October 29th, esteemed son of the soil and distinguished researcher Dr. Earl long delivered a lecture on Ebola. The event was organized by the University Of The West Indies open campus St. Lucia.

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October 30th 2015 Jounen Kweyol At The Dame

On Friday, the dame Pearlette Louisy Primary School opened its gates to members of public to celebrate Jounen Kweyol. The activity was filled with the sounds of folk music and tamboo and the scent of creole food perfumed the assembly hall.

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