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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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October 29th 2015 CPAF Hosts Neo Kweyol Session

The Caribbean performing arts federation, in collaboration with the Alliance Francaise, the vide Boutielle cultural club, lime and Head-Phunk, is hosting a neo kweyol vibes session. The event slated for Friday October 30th will highlight a number of local artistes including Mesach, Yannick James and the Silver Shadow Dance Company.

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October 28th 2015 St. Lucia Hosts Climate Change Ministers

Saint Lucia is hosting CARICOM climate change negotiators, in what is the last major gathering of regional experts before the December climate talks in Paris. The meeting of climate change negotiators was held on Wednesday and precedes a meeting CARICOM ministers responsible for sustainable development.

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October 28th 2015 OMG Relief Concert For Dominica

St. Lucia has responded swiftly to the plight of the citizens of the commonwealth of Dominica-especially those who suffered losses due to the ravages of tropical storm Erika. In November on time music group (OMG) is set to host a relief concert to further assist the people of Dominica. Jamaican …

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October 27th 2015 STDC Hosts Development Conference

The southern tourism development corporation together with its partner the Vinci Construction organized a conference with the business community and various groups this month. The purpose of the convention was to explore the investment possibilities in St. Lucia.

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October 27th 2015 UN Votes On Cuba

In the first United Nations vote on a resolution condemning the U.S embargo against Cuba since the two countries renewed diplomatic ties, the UN voted 191-2 in favour of the condemnation. The only drama was based on how the United States would vote.

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