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CCC WORKING TO IMPROVE VENDING CONDITIONS

The Castries Constituency Council (CCC) is working towards enhancing the quality of food vending in the city. The CCC is directly injecting funds into the operations of some food vendors in order to improve the standard of their operations.  

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EDUCATION OFFICER WEIGHS IN ON STUDENT INDISCIPLINE

The issue of student indiscipline has to be tackled creatively, if it is to be curbed. Young persons are said to be disproportionately represented in criminal activity in Saint Lucia. One education official says that with the correct intervention, some troubled young persons can be made to turn away from …

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SLP WEIGHS IN ON SAINT LUCIA JAZZ 2019

The opposition, St. Lucia Labour Party (SLP) is taking the government to task on its recent acquisition of two tents, costing the tax payers some three million dollars.The purchase of the tents was one of the many issues raised by the SLP at Thursday’s press conference.  

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HOWARD PROFESSOR FOCUSES ON LINK BETWEEN POVERTY AND CRIME

Howard university professor Dr. Edwin Powell has announced his continued campaign with the St. Lucia Police Force to build on his recent work on human rights. The Howard professor is focusing on the issue of poverty and crime and the ways in which police can intervene in such situations.  

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AUPIC PARADISE OPENS NEW RESTAURANT

A locally owned hotel on the South Eastern tip of St. Lucia is planning on building on its growing reputation with its recent expansion. The Aupic Paradise has also added new services to its offering.

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