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Saint Lucia firefighters on Thursday temporarily put aside their fire fighting equipment to engage in a home improvement project on behalf of a needy family in Canaries. More than a dozen members of the Saint Lucia Fire Service (SLFS) were involved. The initiative was part of observances of the organisation’s 45th anniversary on September 14. […]

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The World Health Organization estimates that close to 800,000 people commit suicide annually—one every forty seconds. Data provided by the local Ministry of Health shows that for the years 2010 to 2018 there were 11, 10, 13, 10, 13, 7, 7, 12 and 3 suicides recorded respectively in Saint Lucia. There have already been five recorded this year. On 10 September each year, World Suicide Prevention Day is recognized globally, with activities geared toward raising awareness and prevention. Last year Saint Lucia joined the rest of the world in observing the day with many activities, including the hosting of free screenings for mental health conditions. However, the jury is still out on whether...

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Last Friday the law firm of Anthony & Antoine issued a press release on behalf of the family of 68-year-old Englishman Martin Ellis who was reportedly electrocuted while visiting the John Compton Dam on August 16 with his three young sons.

The post Law firm of former Prime Minister Kenny Anthony to represent family of electrocuted British tourist appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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The Caribbean and wider Latin America have become a focal point of the People’s Republic of China’s (hereafter referred to as China) ambitions as it seeks to diminish the diplomatic power of the Republic of China (hereafter referred to as Taiwan) and its claim to stand apart from Beijing’s unquestioned rule of all Chinese territory.

The post The Two Chinas Heading Into The 2020s appeared first on The St. Lucia STAR.

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Last Sunday, while on a casual drive with friends to Soufriere and Vieux Fort, we travelled along the back of the Morne Road, perchance to recapture the landmarks that were familiar before unplanned development, including rude, rusty, galvanize huts along roadsides, became the order of the day. On approaching the Cul-de-Sac valley I beheld two significant land clearings alongside the main road, each about an acre in extent, which were being back-filled with rocks and quarry waste for some sort of structure, in the name of development.

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Residents within  various communities in Micoud will benefit from gainful employment throughout the duration of drainage works projects in their areas, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced. On his official Facebook page, Chastanet disclosed that tendering is currently underway for drainage works in Micoud, in particular Ti Rocher, Desruisseaux, and Blanchard. “Residents in these communities […]

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(JAMAICA GLEANER) — Peter David Phillips, the 69-year-old incumbent president of the People’s National Party has fought back the challenge of Manchester Central MP Peter Murcott Bunting to retain the post. VOTE COUNT Peter Phillips: 1,427 Peter Bunting: 1,351 Some 2,289 delegates were eligible to vote and early indications are that around 96 per cent ...
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