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Jamaica Observer:– Jamaicans from all walks of life filled the streets around the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Kingston yesterday, watching and cheering as the carriage bearing the coffin with the remains of former Prime Minister Edward “Papa Eddie” Seaga made its way slowly to its final resting place at National Heroes’ Park. A […]

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BBC News:– France is braced for a heatwave with temperatures forecast to exceed 40C this week – potentially breaking the record for June. Temperatures are expected to reach 35 degrees or more on Monday, and climb even further until the peak on Thursday and Friday. The north of the country – including Paris – will be […]

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Saint Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet says an impressive amount of work is continuing on the Horse Racing track which forms part of the 1st Phase of the Pearl of the Caribbean development in Vieux Fort. The first phase of the track includes a world class racetrack with turf and dirt courses, quarantine facilities, a […]

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Former Saint Lucia Prime Minister Doctor Kenny Anthony has lamented that the people of his Vieux Fort South constituency are  being made to suffer because of their loyalty to the Saint Lucia Labour Party (SLP). The comments were made in a post on the SLP’s official Facebook page last week. According to Anthony, during his […]

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Press Release:– The University if the West Indies (The UWI) Open Campus has been successful in its bid to the Organisation of American States (OAS) for the Chile OAS Scholarships for CARICOM countries project. The project is for the delivery of training in specific areas of building regional resilience in member states. As a result of […]

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Press Release:- Because of the heavy rains now being experienced in Saint Lucia, Events Saint Lucia, in collaboration with Cultural Development Foundation and Calypso Management Committee, has made the decision to change the venue for today’s Groovy & Power Soca Monarch Prelims from the National Sports complex Carpark to the National Cultural Centre at Barnard […]

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A motorist who violated traffic regulations by executing an illegal steep left turn into Darling Road while driving along Calvary Road, got his vehicle stuck in the gutter as it drove down the Darling Road incline Saturday. In what turned out to be a comedy of errors, a police patrol stopped to assist. Two officers […]

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From all accounts it was another successful Sandals Cup Under 19, with Gros Islet again emerging with the title. The competition ended on a perfect note with an awards ceremony last Saturday at Sandals Halcyon, with a former West Indies player turned cricket commentator being the highlight of the evening.

The post Top Teams and Cricketers Rewarded at Sandals Cup Under 19 Awards appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Last Tuesday’s House of Assembly sitting saw the tabling of the Styrofoam and Plastic Food Service Containers (Prohibition) Bill, which seeks to ban the importation, manufacturing, sale, use and distribution of Styrofoam and plastic food service containers.

The post Government passes Bill banning Styrofoam and Plastic Food Service Containers appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Sitting at the Republic of China’s (Taiwan) Council of Agriculture were journalists from St Kitts and Nevis, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Belize, Nauru, Marshall Islands, Palau, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Eswatini and Saint Lucia—which I was proud to represent. Council members often referred to their country as small, despite that none of the populations of the listed territories comes close to Taiwan’s 23 million.

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