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Press Release:– The Saint Lucia Blind Welfare Association (SLBWA) will once again reach out to its blind and visually impaired members and their families who are in need of support to cover educational expenses. On Friday September 25th  2020, the association will make cash presentations in the amount of $500.00 to 23 students from 20 families. […]

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By CAGE (PRESS RELEASE) – On September 22, 2020 CAGE “Caribbean Cash” progressives recorded a second Mega Cash Jackpot hit for the month of September. A total of $82,461.38 was won by a lucky player at one of the agent locations, The Corner Shop on Brazil Street in Castries. This jackpot was won twenty days […]

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By Ministry of Infrastructure (PRESS RELEASE) – The Blackstone Road Reconstruction Project in Jacmel moves into the final phase this week with the commencement of paving works on Thursday, September 24. Weather permitting, this job to lay a concrete pavement along six hundred and 667 meters of road, is scheduled to be completed in two […]

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By Ministry of Infrastructure (PRESS RELEASE) – The Department of Labour is urging compliance with the work permit requirements for employment of foreign nationals in Saint Lucia. According section 317 (1) & (2) of the Labour Act, a foreign national shall not engage in any occupation in Saint Lucia unless there is in force in […]

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By Cameron Frew (UNILAD) – Hidden away in the wall of one of Pablo Escobar’s houses, his nephew found a plastic bag of money worth $18 million. The infamous Colombian drug cartel leader died in a police shootout back in 1993. However, his life has been a source of great fascination for filmmakers and journalists […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – The United Nations chief on Thursday implored countries to cooperate in repatriating 300,000 stranded mariners who have been stuck at sea throughout the pandemic, some of whom have not been home in a year or more. Working back-to-back 12-hour shifts, often without weekends, the merchant mariners are buckling under the strain […]

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) – The Childcare and Protection Agency and the Police are investigating the sexual abuse of a six-month-old baby girl. Director of the agency Ann Greene in a statement to observe Child Protection Week, revealed that the baby girl was admitted to the hospital with signs of sexual penetration. Greene lamented that persons […]

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By MURI ASSUNÇÃO (NEW YORK DAILY NEWS) – Police in Vietnam have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms that were washed, dried, repackaged and sold as new, local media reported Thursday. A video by state-owned Vietnam television station VTV shows dozens of bags scattered across the floor of a warehouse in the southern Binh Duong […]

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By CHTA The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is using online roundtable discussions as part of its wider efforts to help accelerate the rebuilding of the Caribbean tourism sector and to ensure the region emerges from Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) stronger than it was before the pandemic brought the lifeblood industry to a virtual […]

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By NCPD (PRESS RELEASE) – The National Council of and for Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) is currently collecting important data and geo-tagging clients around the island via the KoBo Toolbox. This is a free open-source tool for mobile data collection, available to anyone. It allows for the instant virtual mapping of clients on a satellite-generated […]

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