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(BBC) — If I offered you a superfood that would make you live longer, would you be interested? Naturally it reduces the chances of debilitating heart attacks and strokes as well as life-long diseases such as type-2 diabetes. And it helps keep your weight, blood pressure and cholesterol levels down. I should mention it’s cheap ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — Export Saint Lucia (TEPA) is once again making significant strides in increasing the volume and variety of agricultural products coming from Saint Lucia. In December 2018, a group of local sea moss farmers made history by becoming the first to export sun-dried sea moss from Saint Lucia to the United Kingdom (UK). ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations invites parents and guardians of students attending the Bexon Primary School to a very important and URGENT meeting on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 4:00 p.m. at the school. Parents and guardians are urged to make a special effort to attend, and be on ...

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Two men were hauled before the first district court on January 10 after they were arrested by law enforcement officers on suspicion of money laundering linked to narcotics trafficking. Police seized more than 60 thousand euro and over USD $4000 during the bust on January 7. They remain in police custody.
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For one night in February a group of young men will grace the stage at the National Cultural Centre for the first ever Mr. Independence Youth Development pageant. The event is organized by Gregory Lord Productions and the Culture Ministry. The contestants attended their first media engagement on Thursday.
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Lingering chemical fumes from repair work has prompted the Education Ministry to abandon classes for the first week of the second academic term at the Ciceron Primary School. More than 100 students and some 17 teachers have been impacted by the late start, of what is typically, a disruptive second term. The Saint Lucia Teacher …
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