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TEACHERS TRAINING – LITERACY

The not for profit organisation – “hands across St. Lucia'” has just concluded another training programme for teachers on the use of a literacy resource guide. The organisation partnered with the ministry of education to stage Wednesday’s training session.

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HILAIRE ON SLP PROMOTION

Meanwhile, the newly-elected first deputy leader of the St. Lucia labour party, Dr. Ernest Hilaire says he is ready to serve in that capacity, as the party prepares for the upcoming general elections . At last Saturday’s elections, member for Dennery north Sean Edwards was re-elected to the post of …

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AMBER GUYGER RECIEVES 10 YEARS, MANY UPSET

There has been spontaneous response to the sentencing of Amber Guyger. The judge late Wednesday afternoon sentenced Guyger to ten years in prison for the murder of St. Lucian Botham Jean. Persons outside the Dallas court house were vocal in condemning what they consider to be a very lenient sentence.

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FLIGHT SHAMING

The travel industry is coming under increasing pressure from environmentalists who are on a campaign to have persons reduce on the amount of air travel they undertake.

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KAREN GUYGER SPEAKS

Meanwhile, the mother of Amber Guyger – the former police officer found guilty of the murder of Botham Jean says her daughter was the victim of a broken family and sexual abuse.

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SLTU EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE

Teachers of district three have been exposed to training in physical education. The workshop was facilitated by coach Cuthbert modest of the ministry of youth development and sports. We have the details in this report form the ministry of sports.

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VIRGIN ATLANTIC DEVELOPMENT

Virgin Atlantic has announced plans to increase the number of flights to Barbados. This announcement comes months following its decision to terminate its service to St. Lucia.

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