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The St. Lucia Diabetic And Hypertension Association Is Warning Of The Increased Prevalence Of Diabetes Among Children. The Association Is Calling On Parents And Guardians To Do More To Protect Their Children From Those Lifestyle Diseases. November Is Being Observed As World Diabetes Month. Health Experts Are Appealing To Persons To Make The Necessary Lifestyle …
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The St. Lucia Labour Party Has Sounded A Warning To The Government And People Of St. Lucia Regarding The Growing Trend Among Big Businesses, To Merge. On Tuesday The News Of The Sale Of Scotia Bank In 9 Caribbean Islands, Including St. Lucia, Caught Business Leaders And Governments Off Guard. On Wednesday The St. Lucia …
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The Government of Saint Lucia is continuing efforts at strengthening the island’s infrastructure in the face of climate change, it has been announced. The government of Taiwan has provided a US$50 million loan to finance major road rehabilitation works, the Government Information Service (GIS) has reported. The GIS quoted Prime Minister Allen Chastanet as saying […]

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A woman was getting into her vehicle  at the St Augustine campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), when she was snatched Wednesday afternoon, and bundled into a Nissan Tiida, local news reports have said. Trinidad Express Newspaper identified the woman as as Maria Dass-Supersad, the Commercialization Manager at the Office of Institutional Advancement […]

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Jamaica Gleaner:–  The following statement is issued by the vice-chancellor of The University of the West Indies (The UWI), Professor Sir Hilary Beckles. The headline of the story originally published in the Jamaica Gleaner newspaper dated November 25, 2018, and subsequently carried by other regional media outlets addressing the vice-chancellor of the University of Glasgow’s admission that £200 […]

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Opposition leader, Philip J. Pierre has warned that there may be a monopoly situation in banking here. His comments follow the announcement that Canadian-based Bank of Nova Scotia had agreed to sell its operations in nine Caribbean countries to a Trinidad-based financial institution. “What that calls for is, we have to look at monopoly and […]

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Press Release:–   Both regional economies and vulnerable school children across the OECS continue to benefit from the national supported School Feeding Program that not only provides healthy meals to those students that would otherwise go without but is supporting increased productivity. Head of the OECS Commission Health Unit, Dr. Carlene Radix said the School Feeding Programmes currently undertaken […]

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Barbados Nation:-  SOME BARBADIANS are smiling all the way to the bank after receiving close to $25 million in income tax refunds over the last two weeks. They are the first to benefit from Government’s payment of 2017 tax arrears to individual taxpayers that should have been paid since October. Making the announcement yesterday, Minister in […]

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